Friday, July 22, 2011

Little Toot - Dare to Dream - Card!

Hi everyone ... so happy you could pop in for a visit today!!  I have a sweet card today using Kaisercraft's {new} Little Toot Collection -- just a precious set filled with lots of yummy goodies!!

I made this fun pinwheel using some patterned papers from the 6 1/2" paper pack -- cut out two 3" squares, glue them back to back (patterned side facing out) use a pencil to mark your center spot, snip from each pointed corner about 1/3 of the way to the middle, fold every other pointed corner toward the center and fasten all the points in the middle with a decorative brad - easy peesy!!

I adore this blue and white polka dotted paper -- could just about eat it ... so yummy!!!  How adorable is that sweet chipboard sailboat?  One of my favorite summer activities is to head out to the lake we live on and enjoy a nice, relaxing cruise on our boat followed by a picnic lunch on the water ... that's what I DARE TO DREAM about during the warm, sunny summer months!!!

Kaisercraft Materials List:  Little Toot Collection paper - Putt (P688), Bumper (P692); 6 1/2" Paper Pad (PP846); Printed Chipboard (CB130); Clear Stamps - Tags (CS760); Rub Ons - Life (RB903); Pearl Brads - Chocolate (EM935); Pearls - Denium (SB782); Foam Tape (T303).

Other Supplies:  grosgrain ribbon, baker's twine, cardstock, doilie die.

Be sure to visit the Kaisercraft Blog for lots more inspiration from the Design Team Girlies using the Little Toot Collection!

Thanks for peeking in today ... have a wonderful stampy day!



Anonymous said...

What an adorable card! I love the sailboat and the pin wheel :-) Have a good weekend! :-)

Patty O'Malley said...

This card is so adorable! Love the thought of a picnic on the water!

Maggie Lamarre said...

this is so adorable...
I'm inviting you to add your cards to our linking party gallery at

velta said...

Oh my goodness, this could not be any cuter! Love the fact that you added the boat to this creation...Pin wheel...thanks for the instruction...I have always wanted to do this...have a great weekend :)