Happy Halloween in about a month! (I have to put some brain power into what my daugther is gonna be for Halloween. Her and Daddy like to dress up in a cute combo. Last year they were a monkey and a banana. Any ideas??)
My favorite thing about this card is the Spider Web embossing folder! I am so excited to use this on almost all of my Halloween projects!! On this card we used a little Whisper White Craft Ink, but there are other ways of making this web pop out and you will see those soon!
This project had a few cute ideas and tips to go along with it:
#1 - The leaves were made by punched a Scalloped Oval and then running it through the crimper. Put a little fold in the middle and you have a cute leaf!
#2 - The creator of this project, Diana Ball-Seitz, cut the 1-1/4" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon in half so that it was skinnier. I love this idea! It gave a little fray to the ribbon that is totally cute!!!
The Pumpkin Pie piece comes off and can be used as a magnetic bookmark! WOW! Just be sure to write about the gift in your card when you send it!!
Wouldn't this be a fun card for a gift of books??!!
And this color combo just pops and I like it: Poppy Parade (In Color), Pumpkin Pie, Always Artichoke, and Crumb Cake!
Card #4 was made using the A Cute Christmas Stamp Set (WM #120825 $25.95, CM #121133 $18.95). You will also get to use some of the Candy Cane Christmas DSP (#120809 $11.95).
The cost of this class is $20 and does not include envelopes. If you would like envelopes you will need to send in your request when you email me to reserve your spot for the class. Price for 20 envelopes will be $3.25.
It will take you approximately 2 hours to comeplete these cards. Please bring your own adhesive, scissors, and bone folder to the class.
If you would like to complete more than 10 cards please let me know how many sets you would like. Cards are only available in sets of 20.
Email me today to reserve your spot in the class: firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservation Deadline is September 30th at 9pm.
Colors included in this line: Baja Breeze, Garden Green, Blushing Bride, and Real Red.
The Glass Glitter was applied by using a Two-Way Glue Pen to draw a circle and then sprinkling it on top. It works GREAT!
Hope you enjoyed my layout. Head on over to Sketchy Thursdays every Thursday to get a new scrapbook layout sketch. It's fun to play along!
And here is my layout...
As I was getting ready for my crop a few weeks ago, I threw all of these patterned papers together and wasn't very excited about it. But as I started to work with them and the sketch, I started to LOVE it!!!
I love Polka Dot paper! (Side Note: Brooke is into calling every circular object a ball. Dots on i's, the Pepsi logo, polka dot patterns, the center of flowers. It's kinda cute!)
Journaling still needs to be added to this page. Do you ever feel like you need a WHOLE day to just journal on pages that you haven't yet?! I do! But I have to really be in the mood to journal, don't you?! Good think I have a blog and all of my journaling is already written down here for this page!
This month we focusing on Stampin Up's buttons!! These fun and whimsical buttons are a sweet 3-D accent for tags, cards, and scrapbook pages. Available in many of Stampin' Up!'s exclusive colors. This month you will have the opportunity to be part of a "Button Share"! Where you can get a sampling of 112 buttons for only $18.00! If you were to purchase all 7 types of buttons I am offering, you would spend over $60! This is an awesome discount!
There are a few different options so read on to find out more about the shares and see the attached pictures to look at the buttons. You can also view these buttons on page 186 of your Idea Book & Catalog and page 17 of the Holiday Mini.
Option #1: Designer Color Collection Button Share
Stampin Up has 4 sets of buttons in the 4 color collections – Regals, Neutrals, Brights and Subtles (*see below to view all colors in each button collection) . Each package contains 72 buttons, 4 each of 3 styles in 6 different colors.
Button styles are: Large Marbled, Double Circle, and Small Flower.
I will order all four packages of buttons and divide them up in 4 sets. You will receive one button each of the 3 styles in all the colors. The cost is $12 for 72 buttons.
Option #2: Big Designer Holiday Mini Button Share
Stampin Up has 2 sets of BIG buttons in the Holiday Mini: Deck the Halls and Candy Cane (**See below to view all colors in each button set.) Each package contains 48 buttons, 4 each of 3 styles in 4 different colors.
Button styles are: Four-Hole 1" diam., Two-Hole 1" diam., and 3/4" diam.
I will order both packages of buttons and divide them up in 4 sets. You will receive one button each of the 3 styles in all the colors. The cost is $6 for 24 buttons.
Email (email@example.com) me to place your button order by Friday, September 10th @ noon. I will then place the orde for the buttons and pass them out when they come in and are sorted!
Keep in mind that you can order more than one set of each button share if you would like. Every time you order both option #1 and #2, you will receive FREE Bitty Buttons! Example: Two of #1 and Two of #2 would equal $36 and 32 FREE Bitty Buttons!!
$3 for shipping the buttons to you.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
*Colors availabe in Option #1: Designer Color Collection Button Share:
Brights - Real Red, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight, Old Olive, Tempting Turquoise, Rich
Subtles - Pretty in Pink, So Saffron, Certainly Celery, Rose Red, Marina Mist, Perfect
Regals - Cherry Cobbler, Cajan Craze, More Mustard, Garden Green, Night of Navy,
Neutrals - Early Espresso, Basic Black, Whisper White, Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla,
**Colors available in Option #2: Big Designer Holiday Mini Button Share:
Deck the Halls - Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla, Always Artichoke, Crumb Cake
Candy Cane - Garden Green, Baja Breeze, Blushing Bride, Real Red
***Bitty Buttons are all Clear.
Kathy created this card. She used patterned paper that she took from her 6x6 Sale-a-Bration stack! The leaves she stamped came from the Falling Leaves stamp set! I love this new set...it is perfect for fall and Thanksgiving themed projects!!
If you want to play along just add a link to your project in the comments section! I would love to see what you come up with!
Most posts to come! (And don't forget to read below...I'm posting a lot in these next few days which means multiple posts per day!)
And here is her card! Isn't it super cute?! She used the new hostess stamp set: Birthday Bakery and the Priceless stamp set. The sentiment says, "If you are what you eat, eat something cute!" I love it!
Natasha used the middle card on this page as her inspiration.
She used the Falling Leaves stamp set and created a fall themed card! I just love it and it even included one of my very favorite buttons! If you would like to play along just add the link to your card below. More posts below!
So for the clothespins I was going to use for the game I thought I should decorate them. This way people couldn't just grab a clothespin from the bowl on the table when they lost theirs in the game. See, I was thinking ahead!
So I used hot glue and added brown, blue, and green ribbons to them. I LOVE them! I hope I get to host another baby shower for a baby boy soon!!
Of course I added some bling to this card too. And we have black bling for Halloween! I chose to cut apart my flourish and use all of the jewels seperately. It's so easy to cut them apart with scissors or an exacto knife.
And I just had to add some black satin ribbon to this card. What else would you expect??!