Monday, October 18, 2010

{ Fall with Prima and photo update }

It doesn't feel like Fall here in Texas, but I made these Fall creations for Prima's blog using new papers and flowers.

Paisley Road Paper - 841713
Kalanchoe Felt Flower- Mocha - 542481
Autumn Leaves September - 539672
Fairy Flora Journaling sticker -541620
Say it in Pearls Swirl With Lace Cream - 540845
Letter Stickers - 541798

Are you signed up for Prima Newsletter? If you are not you can sign up here .I created this tag set for the October Newsletter. You don't have to use Halloween themed paper to make Halloween projects. Paisley Road had the Halloween colors I wanted to use. I die cut a 1 1/2 inch circle for the moon and I drew the bat by hand. The felt stem added to the Halloween theme. I followed the same design from the tag to the brown sack and I added the orange flower to make it look elegant.

Assam Paisley Road - 841713
Dandiya Paisley Road - 841676
Mondovi Ikat Paisley Road - 841706
Bhangra Paisley Road - 841683
De Vines felt stem - 537005
Say it in Crystals - 541101
Madrigal Blossom Peach Harmony - 540111
Alphabet stickers - 531171
Prima Trim - 541224

We finally feel better around here. I am so tired of being sick.

We went to the library...
We played outside...
We went to the Sate Fair...
We went to the Arboretum...
Race for the Cure...

Now, back to my mess...
....and this! 


  1. Hi Danielle! I am so excited to find your blog! Your creations are so beautifully shabby! It is always fun to find a fellow-shabby girl! :) I'll drop by again to see your lovely projects.


  2. Your cards are fabulous, Daniela! I just love all your awesome details - leave it to you to bend the bats wings up and make him more dimensional.

    CUTE CUTE CUTE photos of your adorable little guy too! xo

  3. lovely card Danielle, great to hear you guys feeling better :)

  4. Beautiful fall card and such a cute Halloween tag. :)

  5. Love your fall card, that big flower is gorgeous! And love all the photos - your little man is as cute as ever! And you look gorgeous in your Race for the Cure shirt too - yay to you for doing that!! I'm walking the one here in Austin in a couple weeks. :-)


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