Caravans, Jessie Willcox, Incredible Girls & Victorian Bookmarks

Showing  you how you can create amazing creations working with adorable ilustrations from vintage children books,,,,,,,,,,,,.First of all I am showing the cute and so unnusual caravan by Ira Roberts:


Holiday Home


Stunning and all over so cute, cute Caravan by Ira Roberts.


Most of you will probably be familiar with the gorgeous images o fNicecrane Designs. I was invited by Ignacio to join the Design Team, but unfortunately I was unable to (due to other DTs and my job). And then Ignacio kindly allowed me to become a 'permanent guest designer', meaning that I can put up something whenever I like or have time. I came across this lovely 'caravan' on the internet and wouldn't mind having it in our backyard! But I thought a miniature version would look cute, too, so I made a smaller version with new papers from Action:


Some previous works with this pack






Enjoy my Vintage Summer Pack
A Child Garden of Verses I - Click Image to Close


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I am falling in love with the following sentiment used by Lori Hairston , to create a really so sweet card, working with my  " These Incredible Little Girls " .With these soft pastel tones,,,,it is a delcious to watch.....

Today is a Gift


Oh my, I am so hot and I don't mean in a good way! It's about 100 degrees today and of course, I HAD to have my hot tea this afternoon and on top of that I AM a woman of a certain age. What does that really mean anyway? Just that we are OLD? Anyway, I am focusing on the sentiment for this card. Today is a gift - it is, it really is...


Love this sentiment - I used to have it above my classroom door. It's on the inside of the card. For some reason, this sweet little girl heading down the stairs to start her day made me think of it. She is from Nicecrane Designs. Colored her with Copics and popped her off the scene.


She is from the set called These Incredible Little Girls. You may remember I used another image from that set in a wildflower seed paper project here. And here is a look at the entire set:

These Incredible Little Girls - Click Image to Close


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Amazing Victorian Bookmarks:

Brenda has another little share using ore of Igancio's images as he asked me a few days ago if I could cerate a collection of bookmarks their amazing victorian picts.


Victorian Bookmarks by Brenda


I made these using images from the Victorian Young Ladies, Harrison Fisher and Ladies Hats sheets, such beautiful quality and clarity and for someone like me who can't colour in for toffee absolutely perfect. You can find them here or follow the thumbnail links below.

Victorian Young Ladies CS II - Click Image to Close



Vintage Women' s Hat CS - Click Image to Close


Harrison Fisher Ladies - Click Image to Close


Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you enjoy creating new cards
with these inspirational ones,,,,,woww,wowww


5 comments:

Redanne September 1, 2013 at 6:34 PM  

More fantastic designs by the Design Team Ignacio - that caravan is a beautiful creation - love the real one too. Hugs, Anne x

KarinsArtScrap September 1, 2013 at 7:23 PM  

Yess this is gorgeous I know Ira made special and gorgeous creations.

greetings karin

Buttons September 1, 2013 at 9:39 PM  

More fantastic work from the team. Love that caravan! Thanks for sharing these Ignacio. Hugs, Jenny x

lynnesbowsandbelles September 1, 2013 at 11:16 PM  

So wonderful to see my lovely friend Ira's stunning creation here, which I first saw at her personal Blog. It still amazes me when I view this outstanding creation, her imagination is remarkable.
Wishes
Lynne

Gail September 2, 2013 at 6:06 PM  

That is great!

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