Friday, October 18, 2013

My Little Pumpkin!

When I saw Jen's card for CASology's PUMPKIN prompt, I knew I wanted to use the same sentiment - and then when I went to her blog & realized OMG I HAVE THE SAME SET I was super excited & got right on it. No clue what else I wanted to do, but I had that whole 1.5 inch piece of the card figured out. Cute paper to the rescue!


Supplies: papers from Cosmo Cricket; sentiment from PTI; Mowed Lawn distress ink; cream twine

LOOK AT THOSE PUNKIN FACES!
AND THE MICE!

I kept flipping past this pattern because I couldn't bear to cover up any of the cuteness. Solution: don't cover it up, silly! Because I distressed the edges, the twine had some 'tooth' to grab on to so it doesn't slip. 

xoxo,
Jessi

10 comments:

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

I was thinking exactly that Look at those faces and the mice! You did exactly the right thing here - let the adorable dp do all the work! Thanks so much for joining us at CASology this week!

Lindsey said...

Yes, the mice! I love the mice! And the pumpkins and the perfect sentiment.

lostinpaper said...

I didn't see the mice until I read your post, eeeek what a fun card!

~amy~ said...

a-dorable!!

Chris D. said...

Look at those cute pumpkins! And the mice! And that sentiment! Your card rocks Jessi!

Jen W. said...

I love how you managed to take such a busy piece of paper and use it in such a CAS way. The distressed edges and twine are the perfect additions! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

Tracey McNeely said...

Jesse this isi super cute and good for you for sharing both sides. Thank you so much for joining us this week at CASology!

Rosemary said...

too cute for sure!! thanks so much for playing along with CASology!

Barb said...

love this. the twine is wrapped perfectly...and i love that you didn't cover up that sweet paper...i'd have hoarded it so you're 10000% better than me ;)

Nance E Salkeld said...

Awww! Yes, too cute to cover! Love your solution! Very CAS yet such a punch, especially with the distressed orange behind the DP!