Friday, August 24, 2012

Whooooo Hello You're a Hoot Thanks!

(SUPPLIES  papers:  Echo Park 6x6 "Hello Summer",
"So Happy Together", and My Mind's Eye Fly a Kite "Soar" Fly paper;
EAD "Owl Friends" stickerz (owls and sentiments);
Fiskars cloud punches;
SU white gel pen and chocolate chip marker)

 Do you have an abundance of certain themes in your stash?  When I first started stamping I collected lots of stamps of pears, leaves, flowers, and dragonflies.  Now I also like cute birds, specifically owls.
(SUPPLIES  papers:  Echo Park 6x6 "Hello Summer",
 My Mind's Eye Fly a Kite "Spring" Stars, 
October Afternoon "The Thrift Shop";
EAD "Owl Friends" stickerz (owls);
My Mind's Eye Lush 2 Buttons Orange;
The Twinery "Cappuccino" twine;
My Pink Stamper "Punny-licious" sentiments;
Spellbinder's Nestabilities scalloped circle die;
SU  chocolate chip marker and 1 3/4" circle punch)

I have been hoarding a sheet of EAD "Owl Friends" stickerz because these owls are so darn cute!  But every week I see my blog friend, Amy T. and more recently sweet Rose use their EAD products to create lovely cards.

Truthfully, I have tried to make cards from this sticker sheet quite a few times, but then a card does not evolve.  I have had a pile of papers I chose to coordinate with the stickers on my floor for a couple of weeks.  After I saw Rose's recent post using EAD, I made up my mind to create something with my EAD owls.  I am so glad I did!  These cards turned out super cute (can I say that?)  I want to give them to my daughter's resource teacher for a back-to-school teacher gift for the first day of school.  He is fabulous; he was my daughter's teacher when she was in 2nd grade and she will have him again for fifth grade.  I am so happy for her!  She has a strong team of teachers this year.  Yay :)

Happy Friday!


Anonymous said...

Too totally adorable for words!

snappy scrappy said...

These are so cute...I actually find it hard to use weird is that? Lee-Ann :)

Linda said...

OH your cards are a hoot! Really wonderful! Thanks for sharing your ides.

Kard Queen said...

Your cards are adorable,and I love the way you used the twine. This sets off your card. Great job!

Court said...

These are SOOO cute!!! Don't forget to link them up to EAD Designs for the monthly giveaway! :) Darling cards!

Rose said...

pat yourself on the back for me for using these stickerz (at last lol) girlfriend!!! way to ROCK the EAD goodness :) these are all super duper CUTE!!!!
your daughters teacher is sure to love them :)

happy friday!!! have a great weekend :)

Arlene said...

Super cute cards! I do the same, I hoard stuff cause they are too cute to cut or use...trying to break out of that habit. Have a great weekend.

Sherrie K. said...

Aaaw, these are so cute June!!
Sherrie K

Missy said...

Oh, my word these are just toooo cute!! I love the papers you used on them, the coulds and the grass--and the owls are all just adorable!! I have SO many owl images on carts yet you know I haven't cut a single one?!?! Grandparents day maybe??!?!?!?!

~amy~ said...

woot woot! I love how they turned out!!!! I'm so glad that you used them....seriously CUTE

Linda R said...

So adorable. Those little Owls make me smile..


Angi said...

Love those little owls!!!!

Tammy E. said...

Cute, cute, cute! And yes, I have an overabundance of lots of things. I just don't know where to start! LOL.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

EEEEEEEEEEEEKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!! I just loveeeeeeeeeeeee these!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE those owls!!!! Some of my faves!!!!

Julie M said...

These are fab, June! Fun, bright colours against the white. Love the owls too - I have some owl stamps, must resurrect them!

Julie xxx

Lisa said...

These are all fabulous!! The owls are so stinkin' adorable!! What fun cards :)

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bonnie said...

I love owls cards are just adorable! ;) Hugs x

Denise Price said...

Your owl cards turned out great. They will make a perfect teacher gift...the whole "wise old owl" thing. :)

Thank you, June, for your kind comments about my OUAS layout (both times)! I did as you suggested, and shared it on the MME Facebook page. Thanks for your support, I appreciate it.