here and of course at the store. It's full of fun little characters and images from your favorite childhood stories and fairy tales. When I first saw the collection, I immediately thought of library trips and reading stories with my young daughter. We love to read together and while not everything we read is a "fairy tale", this paper just speaks to the special kind of imagination that is discovered only through reading books. When I started going through my photos I found these two sweet pics of our girl "reading" (she's 3 here and not yet reading on her own) Peter Rabbit to her stuffed Peter Rabbit toy.
I just love the little story characters featured on the paper, and couldn't help fussy cutting around the wolf so that he could hang a paw over the storytime die cut title.
This trio of cards was featured over at the We R Memory Keepers blog recently and you can find my instructions there to recreate your very own set with this adorable collection of papers and embellishments. All I added was a few bits of twine and buttons to complete these cards.
Lastly, I created a cute wall or door hanger. I started with a chipboard star covered in the orange patterned paper from the collection and one of the large die cuts attached to the back. A ribbon hanging down features some of the little storybooks cut from the paper and another die cut at the bottom. On the star I folded a strip of paper to mimic a ribbon and adhered the die cut letters. Now it's all ready to hang up whenever we need a little storytime break!