Shopping Our Stash has a wide ranging theme this week. "Rollin' Rollin' Rollin'" is the title. The idea is to use round shapes or something western (you know-- the theme from Rawhide that I've had stuck in my head ever since I read their post). So I did both. I was going to make some bookmarks for my Etsy shop anyway so I came up with two cowboys. The images are old game cards.
Both the round terrier and the hex sign are also from old playing cards that I cut out.
Smiley faces are definitely round. This, too, was cut from a playing card.
Are ovals considered round? If not, ignore this one.
Thanks for stopping by, and thanks to SOS for another fun theme!
Wacky Packages is spoofing a book this week! How about that? I think we've all seen the "Dummies" books out there. The first one was computer related, published in 1991, and had nothing to do with mummies.
This Halloween collection is newer-ish, and might have some of you rolling your eyes. Beanie Babies! I bought some back when they were hot and have added one here and there, and so have quite a few holiday beanies. Here are the Halloween variety.
The spider above on the left and the two below are the smaller size called Halloweenies.
A new theme has been posted at Jingle Belles: Use a "creature" in your design. Every time I put away my Christmas supplies, I end up pulling them out again. Maybe this is it for this year (???). Up first is a simple card I made, using the image from the back of an old (probably 60s) Christmas card.
This one is mostly scrapbook paper elements. The bird repro postcard image has been in my stash so long I don't remember where it came from.
Jingles Belles raised $576 dollars for the Susan G. Koman Foundation with their Pink Christmas extravaganza. Amazing!!