Saturday, October 1, 2016

Placecard cuties

     Wow!  The first day of October already.  That means all the fall and winter holidays are creeping up on us fast.  If you have parties in your plans I have a super cute way to dress up your table.
     Art Impressions has just released two sets of place card die sets.  The first one, Cat and Owl, lets you create the two cuties above and the other, Christmas, makes the two frosties below.  I didn't use all the dies in either set and trust me you are NOT restricted in ANY way from making tons of different kinds of characters from the dies.  Just mix and make your own.  You can find lots of examples of what you can make right here on AI's Pinterest boards.

Here are the two die sets.
 Cat & Owl Placecard Set Christmas Placecard Set
Happy October!
Be blessed!

Supplies Cat and Owl:
Paper--Bazzill, Recollections
Ink--Sakura white gel pen
Tools--Art Impressions "Cat and Owl Placecard Set"

Supplies Christmas:
Paper--Bazzill, Recollections
Tools--Art Impressions "Christmas Placecard set


  1. Lovely posts for this week, sorry to have missed them in real time, where do the weeks go? Fabulous colouring of these cute images as always and I love these fun new dies too. How great they would look on a party table.

  2. Omgosh, adorable! What fun these would be for any table gathering! <3

  3. Oh, Tracy, THESE are absolutely adorable! Wow, I could see these using for lots of events and parties. What fun! Love each one - hugs!

  4. So cute! Bet a person could use these in so many ways. Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Geri

  5. These are adorable Tracy!! Beautiful made and they are such a gooed idea! hugs, Marlies

  6. Oh, these are adorable! Perfect for your table!

  7. These are fabulous, Tracy, and so festive to boot! Too fun!

  8. Hi Tracy! Just catching up after a lovely holiday ... Such fun cards these are and I love the manger scene in one of your previous posts!

  9. Gorgeous ! Cuteness overload x


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