Well the weekend wasn't a total wash - in between naps I was able to get a few projects finished up.
This week over at BBTB2 we were challenged by our fellow design team member Sandi to use the little elephant cut from the everyday paper dolls cartridge found on page 75. I have to admit I struggled with this one - this little guy does not have a shadow feature! I decided to use my design studio to take off all of the little markings - you can do this by right clicking on each of the "detail markings" and selecting hide contour.
I kept it pretty simple after that - no layering - nothing - just decided to use the basic shadow cut to join 2 elephants together and play off of the word "tons". Isn't this paper and chipboard the cutest ever - it's from Crate Paper.
Anyway, here's my take - you need to head on over to the BBTB2 blog to check out the others - my fellow design team sisters are so much better with whimisical then me - trust me you will be inspired!
The Vintage Boy line was a lot of fun too! Gavin just had his birthday and he had a "buzz" party - this paper is perfect for invites, thank you notes and favors. It also is perfect for scrappin' the party itself.