Guess what...I'm playing in a challenge (finally!!) 'just because'...and what a fabulous sense of joy in doing so! Although, I am rather rusty. Need to get back into 'branching out'. Working on it.
The Paper Players Challenge #408~Lunch Box Love Notes is such a wonderful idea for this time of year and made even more compelling as my niece and nephew headed back to school this week. How could Aunty c 'not' make some little somethings for them (again *grin*)
My designs were also inspired by Freshly Made Sketches Challenge #353 (adapted: my sentiments aren't on separate strips/banners)
I have ideas for more notes on the smaller-and-square side...how about you?
Thank you for dropping by!
What a great little collection - the fingerprint ones are fun! Your niece and nephew will I'm sure love to receive each and every one of them. Thanks for playing along with my lunch box love notes challenge over at The Paper Players this week!
Awww, Aunty C is so sweet! Your niece and nephew are truly lucky little people to be loved so thoroughly! These note cards are adorable. The fingerprint critters sure do make me smile. I can see them attempting the poses by the Ninjas, too. :) Thanks so much for sharing.
These are ALL adorable! What lucky kids to receive these in their lunchboxes! I love the little Ninjas especially! Thanks for sharing these at the Players this week!
These really are so sweet and I am so glad you got to enjoy a challenge just for fun xx
These are so cute with happy, positive sentiments for the lunch box! I'm sure the kids will love them! I'm just smitten with those fingerprint images and may just have to go shopping LOL! Thanks for playing along over at The Paper Players this week!
These little cards are so sweet! I love those little images and those fantastic sentiments! The kids are going to love them! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!
Wow these ar so cute! Adorable designs! Glad you joined us at FMS!
Oh my word, so cute!!
Hope all is well, my friend! Hugs
Great way to use that paper, Carol, because they accent the darling little images so well. The kids will love them.
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