Brownies at School, Adorable Readers & Merry Party New Releases

OMG,,,,,,,,,,are your kids at school? You know, you know,,,,,,and me too....

IT IS TIME TO BACK TO SCHOOL

So I have designed some new funny and adorable sheets,to create some vintage and all over so different back to school creations,,,,,,.You can`t miss my "Brownies at School" New Digi Sheet.... I assume you all like reading and these little kids must learn to read as soon as possible.

BRINGING TO LIFE THE FAMOUS
BROWNIES BY PALMER COX



The Brownies is a series of publications by Canadian illustrator and author Palmer Cox, based on names and elements from Celtic mythology and traditional highland Scottish stories told to Cox by his grandmother. Illustrations with verse aimed at children, The Brownies was published in magazines and books during the late 19th century and early 20th century. The Brownie characters became famous in their day, and at the peak of their popularity were a pioneering name brand within merchandising.



First of all I am showing the work by Lisa Minckler with my 

Hi there!
School started here last week, but the excitement of sending them out the door still reverberated through the house, so when Ignacio asked me if I'd like to use some precious images from his Brownies At School sheet...I couldn't wait.

Here's the entire set together that include a faux school book and 3 tags that fit inside the book.

Below left is a closeup of the Explore tag as they study the map. To the right you'll see the entire sheet that is available at Nicecrane Designs titled The Brownies at School.



The Brownies at School DSL - Click Image to Close


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Do you love Reading??,,,,,so I am showing you an amazing Door Hanger by  Elena  working with my "Vintage Adorable Readers DSL" to place in your special room  to enjoy without any disturb.......(woww,woww,woww)


I am falling in love with her color combo and my little digi girl, horayyy for Elena


Colored with Copics:
Skin: E00, E02, E21
Dress: Y26, Y17, Y15, Y13, Y11; C3, C1, C0
Socks: C3, C1, C0
Book and Shoes: E40
Floor: E50, E51, E53, E31, E35, E33 


Detailed View (Close up)

Danielle was pariticpating in my sposored challenge,,,working with the same sheet :Hello again dear friends and followers! Time for another challenge at Addicted to Stamps and More! (ATS&M) - CAS #59. Our challenge this week is once again sponsored by the wonderful and generous owner of Nicecrane Designs. We are continuing our August Challenges with a Twist so that means if you choose to use a Nicecrane Designs image then you can make any style card (or project) you wish (it doesn't have to be CAS). I chose to stick with CAS and use one of the newest digital images from the set called Reading Children (thanks so much Ignacio) - take a look:


Isn't she just so sweet? I was immediately drawn to this image because as a girl I always had my nose in a book (still do when I'm not crafting) and my own sweet daughter is the same way (LOVE that!). One of my favorite books was Little Women, and I loved all the Nancy Drew mysteries. Now I love the Janet Evanovich series that starts with "One for the Money" (I have ready every one of them so far) and books by Mary Higgins Clark - oh and of course some romance novels when I'm in the mood :o). Lately though my nose is usually under the People magazine that has fallen on my face (to muffle my snoring) as I've tried to read in bed. 
Vintage Adorable Readers - Click Image to Close

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WHAT ABOUT A VINTAGE NOTEBOOK (GIFT) ?

Wenche also from my DT was working with my "Incredible Agnes Richardson" Digi Sheet.
It also can be seen  at  scrapping.no . A cute little gift for yourself or a friend; garnish a spiral notebook. I folded the cover of cardboard and decorated with patterned paper, roses, pearls, dieuts from Spellbinders, printed text and stamp printing from Short and Happy. motif I've used on the front is from Nice Crane Designs .Incredible Agnes Richardson



Stunning Vintage Notebook by Wenche Jensen



Detailed Views

Incredible Agnes Richardson - Click Image to Close


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PETS, PETS, PETS,,,,AND MORE PETS,,,,OF COURSE

Ike from Ike`s World was participating in a challenge whcih I am sponsoring,,,,,,,her eis her work:
I decided to go in for a little colour challenge over at ADDICTED TO STAMPS as it was rather an unusual combination.................



The sponsor this time is NICECRANE DESIGNS and I actually have just one of their stamps - called "Merry Party #7".


I coloured one of the little guys with Copics and the other one with lead pencils to match the colour scheme :-)

YOU CAN`T MISS MY 
MERRY PARTY SINGLE DIGI STAMPS



Thanks a million to all DT members and also to anyone who join
at Addicted to Stamps and More


6 comments:

KarinsArtScrap August 26, 2013 at 7:02 PM  

what great figures and tags.

greetings karin

misteejay August 26, 2013 at 9:20 PM  

Wow, what a super collection of lovely creations.

That little note book is just adorable.

Toni xx

Buttons August 26, 2013 at 10:39 PM  

Fantastic projects here Ignacio. I am totally in love with Lisa's book project and what a diverse range of stamps you have! Hugs, Jenny x

Redanne August 26, 2013 at 11:12 PM  

Such beautiful work by the team!

Ira Huberts August 27, 2013 at 12:16 PM  

How very beautiful! Being such an ardent reader myself, it goes without saying that the reading girl definitely is my favourite! Hugs, Ira x
Ira’s Crea Corner

Ira Huberts August 27, 2013 at 12:16 PM  

How very beautiful! Being such an ardent reader myself, it goes without saying that the reading girl definitely is my favourite! Hugs, Ira x
Ira’s Crea Corner

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