Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Introducing Ava and Deacon

Well actually, I only have Deacon! But both Ava and Deacon are released today at BUGABOO.


As you can see, I've used my PTI stamps once again to create the background. I've used a sentiment set called 'Around and About Sentiments' to create this for the Passion for Papertrey challenge. Just goes to show that you don't just have to use images and patterns to create a great background. I like the simple feel of it and the striking black and red colour combo.


So, you can head on over to the SHOP to get them now or maybe head on over to CATCH THE BUG for more inspiration from the rest of the Design Team.

16 comments:

cardcrazy said...

This is adorable, love the background you have done as well! I thought it was dp until I read more!

Berenice R. said...

Super cute card! Thanks for sharing :)

Min said...

Paul - this turned out just terrific! Love the way you did the background paper!
Hugs & Happy Days!
~Min

Rae Anne said...

Just for me? Aww, you're so sweet! :D MWAH!

Jenny said...

Paul...I love how you created the background! Very creative idea!

Aimes said...

Oooh I have Around and About sentiments too, Paul! Thanks for reminding me that it can make a fab background!
And thanks for joining us again on A Passion for Papertrey!
Hugs,
Aimes
x

coldwaters2 said...

This is totally fabulous Paul love that image and the papers.
Hugs
Lorraine x

Lesley said...

Love the background!

Joy said...

love the background on this!

Squirrel x said...

Fabulous Paul! Love the black and red combo, the image is so sweet and your background is amazing. Simply brilliant. Hugs, Sxx

Catherine said...

I love your card and its clean look... Hugs from Catherine

Jodie Mackrell said...

This is adorable Paul! love the background!!

Lola said...

The background is actually stamped? Awesome!

Melissa S. said...

Paul this is wonderful. I love the colors and the background. Great job.

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

WOW....that looks like DP - very cool!! And love the colors on this!

Jan Hunnicutt said...

Great idea! I love the way you've made the background paper with PTI stamps, perfect!