Friday, May 20, 2011

Tigger and Ducky

Happy Friday!

It's time for another Flaunt It Fridays challenge and this week we are flaunting the Tigger and Ducky cut from Pooh Font cartridge. Oh My! I must say that this is one of the cutest cuts! Instead of making a card, I decided that this would make a cute plaque to put in a baby's room or toddler's room.

Psst... Lauren from 40:31 Creations is coming out with a few new stamp sets and this is a little sneak peak of one of the new sets. Don't you just love this sentiment! No date for the release yet but we wanted to get you a little excited. Here's a close up so you can see it a little better:

Here are the details:
Thin peice of wood cut 9" x 4"
Brown acrylic paint
Mod Podge
Patterened Cardstock ~ My Mind's Eye, Where the Heart is and Echo Park, Life is Good
Ranger Glossy Accents ~ used on the water
Ranger Distress Ink ~ Tea Dye
White Gelly Roll Pen

Go over and check to out how the rest of the Flaunt It Fridays design team flaunted this cut. We would love for you to play along.

For this month's Grand Prize we are giving away a $20 gift certificate to SCRAP BUCK sponsored by SCRAP BUCK. They are an awesome company. They have great deals and free shipping when you spend $20!


.adri. said...

This is ADORABLE! I have a question though... how did you make the holes of the wood for the ribbon??? Did it come that way already? And do you have any tips for using mod podge???

If it's not too much trouble, would you be so kind of emailing me at with the info? I would LOVE to recreate something like this!

Thanks a million!


Houses Built of Cards said...

This is ADORABLE!!!!! I loved this cut when I got this cartridge, and have still never used it! Might be time to get busy with that! Thanks for sharing!!!

BugBites said...

oh my---this is just adorable. I love it!!

Glora said...

This is perfect. It would look just right in my toddlers Winnie the Pooh room. So cute!!!! I love it! Hugs- Glora

Georgiana said...

I sure do like that you made a plaque instead of a card. This will look perfect in someone's nursery.

Kate said...

This is so sweet! I always forget that there are little animals on Pooh Font (even though I purchased it for Eeyore!). Tigger looks adorable looking at the little duck. Great job! What a super sentiment, too!