Friday, September 28, 2012

How About Some More News?

Can I share a bit more news with you?  I have been selected to be part of the Paper Loft Design Team!  If you are not familiar with this company, they are a paper company.  Who doesn't like paper? ; ) Many of their lines are nature inspired with a touch of whimsy.  So to honor the "theme" of their new line, Huckleberry Pond, I broke out the Campin' Critters cartridge to create this lil' back pack. It's perfect for holding a gift card! 
I used a JustRite stamp from the Going Places Vintage Labels set to stamp the word Dad.  I just added a bit of twine, and a Maya Road button to finish it off.  There isn't one drop of glitter on this baby! ; )
Be sure to pop on over to the Paper Loft blog to meet the other designers and see their fabby projects!

I am shopping with my son this weekend......for a shirt, tie, and new pants for his homecoming dance next Saturday.  The poor kid must have grown about 2 inches since last fall.  He is nearing 6 foot 1 now.  Yep.  Tall. Just like his dad. 
So you know this "Mammarazzi" will be taking a zillion photos next weekend!  : )
Have a great day and a great weekend!

11 comments:

Laurel said...

This is so cute, now I need that cartridge!

Laurel said...

Oh and congrats to you!

snappy scrappy said...

That is so fab...I've always wondered what that cut looked like! Lee-Ann :)

Margie H said...

First of all, CONGRATS on the DT gig <3 Second, how exciting for Kyle - have fun at Homecoming!! He's 6'1"?! OMGOSH!!! They grow like weeds, right? LOL!! Oh and that backpack!! How stikin' cute is that?! LOVE!!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Congrats!!!! I loveeeeee your project!!!

Jingle said...

Congratulations! This is SO fun!

Liz S. said...

What a cute project!

Regina said...

The back pack is great. Congratulations on being part of the design team. Your Kyle sounds like my grandson Kyle. He is also over 6 ft and very thin. Can't wait to see some pictures.

Tracey Sabella said...

Huge congrats!! They are so blessed to have your talent on their team!! They have some amazing paper!! This project is gorgeous!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

Missy said...

"mammarazzi"--love it! Congrats on your new DT position! Your little backpack is just darling, pefect for manly treat!!

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