Thursday, February 14, 2013

Girlz & Boyz Paperweight Block for Grandpa

 Continuing the Red Rubber Designs theme of Once Upon a Child for February, I've made a paperweight block for Grandpa with computer-generated names of the grandchildren on each side.  The stamped images are the featured stamp set Girlz & Boyz.  After completion of the block, I decoupaged the block with matte finish Mod Podge.

Here are pictures of each side of the block.

Wooden block
Copic markers
Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels 11
white cardstock
Mod Podge 
sponge paint brush 

Lady Anne challenges - Anythiing Goes
Through the Craftroom Door - Anything Goes
Vicki's Challenges - Anything Goes

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Avis Anderson said...

Love this block, Paula Kay!!! As always, your coloring is wonderful. xoxo from Avis

Sarah said...

This is so cute! I'll bet Grandpa is very proud to have this on his desk,

Penny said...

This is just adorable! Love the fun papers and images you chose! Love your die cuts and coloring, too! Thank you for sharing this with us at TTCRD. Hope to see you again soon! :^)
Hugs, Penny

Debra Miller said...

Beautiful coloring Paula Kay!

Glittered Paws said...

How creative - and I know Grandpa is going to love it. Love the kidz set and what a great job you did with the coloring and computer generated name.

butterfly said...

Such a clever construction, and all those images are so deliciously coloured - fantastic, Paula Kay!
Alison x

Lady Anne Milnes-Howard said...

What a super creative box you have made, love all the images you have used and coloured so nicely. Thank you for sharing with us at Lady Anne's Challenges. I hope we see you again soon.
Love ~ Lady Anne xx
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Anonymous said...

Oh Paula~This is just fabulous! I love how creative it is. Thanks for joining us for Vickie's Challenge at Lady Anne's. We look forward to having you join us again. Hugs~Patti

Kate Yetter said...

Sorry it has taken me so long to get around. Life gets so busy. This is adorable and very clever. I am very inspired by this project! Love it, Paula-Kay!