Peace, Love & Rock -n- Roll!

18 Mar
How is that for a title?

How is that for a theme?

I have no idea why I came up with this, it just happened.

Jean Claude and Philippe Pea happily volunteered to be my models today.

Let’s go in order, shall we?

PEACE – Veggie Style


Pretty creative huh? What the world needs more of is Peas, right?

 

These guys are certainly 2 groovy little dudes!

 

LOVE – Veggie Style


I decided to do this one based on the news of Japan.
I thought about it today when I did not get some good news,
I had really hoped/wished for.
Then I felt bad, being so selfish when Japan is in such a crisis.

 

All I can do is keep them in my thoughts and prayers and that is just what I will keep on doing.


 

ROCK & ROLL – Veggie Style


 

This is just a fun card! I thought that it was a good finish.

 

Those Peas are such good sports!

 

Hopefully you can see that having a set like these, you really can make anything you can dream up!
On a personal note by me, that FABULOUS paper  for my WORLD PEAS card is from Memories Emporium on ETSY.

My World Peas card is dedicated to Groovy Deb and the gals over there, miss you all and luv you all!

My Love card is dedicated to Michelle from My Analog Life, and her and I both know why 😦

My Rock and Roll card is dedicated to the Paper Issues team, because of our 1st Blog Hop…we are going to ROCK the WORLD…
…hey, it  could happen!

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6 Responses to “Peace, Love & Rock -n- Roll!”

  1. cg March 18, 2011 at 4:19 am #

    Gorgeous!

  2. Tina Connolly March 18, 2011 at 5:43 am #

    Such cute, fun cards! Thanks for your lovely comments at Artful Crafts blog. I love the bunny paper from Graphic 45 too, it’s soooo cute!

  3. Bree March 18, 2011 at 5:44 am #

    these are super cute and the colors are awesome

  4. Michelle H. March 18, 2011 at 5:59 am #

    Love those cards! They are super clever and resonant. I have to keep current events in my life in perspective because current events internationally are very very serious. These cards are fantastic because they keep that in mind without getting bogged down in negativity.

  5. Silvana March 18, 2011 at 8:10 pm #

    Very cute cards!! and those peas are awesome, thanks for dedicating a card to the IIG girls =)

  6. Sandy Ang March 19, 2011 at 8:29 am #

    Your peas and cards made me smile. I feel the same way – guilty about my petty worries when there are such big problems over in Japan.

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