LIbrary Pockets

 The congratulations is from Mama Elephant and the elephant is from Hero Arts ( as it's matching die) the Library Pocket die is from Sizzix and the Scalloped mat I lined some of these library cards with is from the Waffle Flower set called lacy layers dies. the mat under the congratulations is a PTI double ended banner and that very long tag comes with the Library pocket along with the hole reinforcer piece.
 This one the happy birthday is Hero Arts and the bird is from Judi Kins. that bird was colored with pencils real quick. The straight edge stitched rectangle dies are from Our Daily Bread Designs and or MFT. ( both of them were on the table when these pockets were going together.)

 I think this thank you is Hero Arts. the problem with unmounting your stamps is... haha they end up being just a piece of rubber.

 The best wishes ( I have to look up) the Happy 29th again I think is AI but, will check. The lacy layer diecut under the 29th birthday is from one of the Newer ODBD sets. the felt flowers were a gift to me a few years ago from a lady playing along inside wish rak. and the lace under that is vintage.

 I have to check on that from me to you, ( I have them from both SU & Unity) so, its one or the other. the Welcome little one is from Avery Elle.

 The Congratulations is from Mama Elephant and the elephant is from Hero Arts. The plaid paper on this one is really old from maybe K & Co. ( it's not marked on the back side of it)

This version the sentiment is from Two Paper Diva's cut with a MFT jumbo fishtail die and the gingham printed paper is from Pebbles.


Kia said...

They are all fabulous Stacy - love all the variation in papers - wonderful.

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Stacy! I LOVE these library pockets and the amazing variety of cards you've made! They are beautiful! I too love the different DP you've used along with the embellishments and sentiments! What a great idea. Just checked out this die, and it's pricey. Love it though! Beautifully done - each one! Hugs, sweet friend!

JD/ Jill said...

These are all so cute and so nicely done!