It’s time for a little girl talk.
Did you ever make a telephone out of paper cups or tin cans and string, when you were little and then see if you could really talk through them? I did. They really work! Of course, unlike in my new Crudoodle, the string has to be kept tight for the sound waves to carry from tin can to tin can.
This week’s Free Crudoodle Digital Stamp is a charming reminder of a simpler time, when cell phones didn’t exist and we were in wonder of how things like telephones magically worked.
This week’s Free Crudoodle Digital Stamp is Girl Talk.
|Girl Talk, Free Crudoodle Digital Stamp by Tori Beveridge
To save Girl Talk to your computer, click on the preview above to open the full size image. Right click on the picture, and save to your computer.
I’d love to see what you make with this week’s Crudoodle. Feel free to send me a link to your creation, or leave a link in the comments. I will feature them.
Be sure to follow this blog, for more Crudoodles.
All Crudoodles are copyright to Tori Beveridge.
All freebie Crudoodles are for personal use, in your own personal creations ONLY.
You may not make commercial products with Crudoodles and sell them. This includes for example, products on Zazzle and similar stores and clear and rubber stamps.
Crudoodles are not to be included in CDs for sale or in stamp swaps.
It is not necessary to give credit, but if you do that would be nice.
Please do not share the file with others. You may link back to this blog. You may pin this blog.
You may not claim Crudoodles images to be your own.
That's cute! Thank you!
today kids still play like this? I loved that game 🙂
Thank you so much!
How fun!!! Brings back memories!
Thanks for sharing, and yes, brings back memories for me too. Life was so much simpler then..
Thanks for sharing these cuties!!
What a cute image, I hadn't thought of that in years. Thank you.
Thank you so much for such a cute digi!!!
Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies (please, notice the new url for my blog), under the Page 12 post on Jul. 25, 2012. Thanks again.
Thank you! I really appreciate it.
You're so welcome Chris.
Glad you like it!
You're welcome Suzanne.
You're welcome 🙂
I'm happy you enjoyed it.
You're welcome Stephenie 🙂
Good question Ardilla. I don't know. Maybe we should share the game with them. 🙂
Really sweet. Thanks so much!