I started with March of the Toys Designer Paper from the Carta Bella Toy Box Collection and then created my own Toy Box Parade. I started with a few pieces of Building Block Washi Tape to help ground the parade (remember you can click on the pictures to see a larger view).
Next I went through my entire brad stash and pulled out any that I thought would be found in a Toy Box.
I added a winter sled (one of the new Fall Brads), a fun little convertible car (doing a wheelie for my brother), a motorcycle, cartoon fish, a stuffed giraffe, a fun Monster, a Toy Army Man ... and of course some building blocks.
I finished with a dump truck (one of our favorite toys because we could play in the dirt and rocks), another wheelie car, a stuffed lion and round brads for some bouncing balls.
I had so much fun creating my card, there will likely be more toy-themed designs in my future.
- Building Block Washi Tape
- Building Block Brads
- Winter Sled Brads (New in the store)
- Army Men Brads
- Fun Fish Brads
- Monster Brads
- Car Brads
- Baby Animal Brads
- Motorcycle Brads
- Truck Brads
- 8mm Summer Brad Mix
Did you know we have a Pinterest Board to showcase Eyelet Outlet Design Team Creations?
You can visit me in blogland at Ingenious Inkling,
and you can find Lauren & I making holiday cards
all year long at Jingle Belles
Stephanie, I love these cards you make with a Christmas song as a jumping off point. Such a clever idea and you have used so many adorable EO brads here. Just so cute!ReplyDelete
oh my gosh, i looooooove this!ReplyDelete