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Here’s last month’s Paper Pumpkin. I made some just how they recommended, but I also added some of my own designs. You can change them up! If anyoe is interested in this kit, I do have an extra one that is full and unopened! Please email me and I can get this out to you! It’s $28 and that includes shipping. If you are local, and want to pick it up, it’s $22.
One thing I LOVE about the Stampin’ Up catalogs is the cards and projects that are showcased there! I get so inspired by their concept artists! Take this card, for example. I just switched up the idea in the catalog (shown below) and turned it into a card. Once again, the Trick or Tweet stamp set is one of my favorites!
NOTE TO SELF: BUFFALO CHECK STAMP IS A MUST HAVE IN YOUR STAMP STASH THIS YEAR!!!!!!!!! I’M SERIOUS!
Winding down my Cozy Craft Retreat projects….. this one is our new thinlit dies, Takeout Treats. I paired this with Trick or Tweet stamp set! There is a cute little spider charm, also available from our holiday Stampin’ Up catalog! (see link on my sidebar to the right!) I tied the bow with muslin fabric. The gals enjoyed this little treat project!
I was inspired by Jacquelyn Williams on the cruise with her cute little Frankenstein treat box, here’s my version!
I still have more retreat photos for you, but taking a quick break from them to post a Halloween project or two! SOON it will be Oct. and I need to post Halloween ideas before it’s too late!
My favorite stamp set for the Halloween season was Trick or Tweet. The cutest little animals are in this set!
If you know me well, you know I have a fetish for candy corn – not necessarily to EAT them (although they are YUMMY with peanuts), but the decorate and use the color scheme with! Seems every year some how I incorporate the 3 candy corn colors in a card. Here’s this year’s version!
The little sign is hard to see, here’s a better version of the laminated sign I made. THANKS Jennie Portonova for sending this cartoon to me! She knows I get a kick out of candy corn things!
Here are some projects to get you in the Halloween mood! There are some really cute stamp sets in the holiday catalog! Click on the link on my right sidebar to view catalog!
If you want to get in on the Halloween treat projects in this month’s My Paper Pumpkin, be sure to subscribe by Monday, Sept. 10th! It’s so fun to give out little treats this time of year, why not make them Stampin’ Up style and DARLING! You can subscribe HERE (please be sure and add my name as your demonstrator!)
Here’s a preview of the November All Star Tutorial Bundle Holiday Edition 3 that will be on sale tomorrow! There are 12 darling projects with all the instructions and photos to help you recreate these for your holiday loved ones! Check back tomorrow for the live link! There are 3 ways you can get this tutorial!
1. FREE with a $50 order in November (local class OR online order!) Please use Hostess Code on my right side bar if your order is under $150.
2. Purchase the November PDF for $15
3. Join my team and receive the bundle these Tutorial Bundles FREE EVERY MONTH for being a team member! Click HERE to join!
Tomorrow you can order STAMPIN’ BLENDS! Your coloring will never be the same!!!
Here’s a photo from pumpkin carving last night – HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
Here’s a Halloween card, I didn’t have to do much because of this beautiful Designer Series Paper! The tree and moon are already printed on the paper!
I added an extra branch die cut from the Seasonal Layers Thinlit Dies to give a 3-D effect. Don’t forget, when you use photopolymer stamps, you need to use a Stampin’ Pierce Mat underneath the cardstock to get a better stamped image! It needs that little extra “cush-layer” that photopolymer stamps don’t have!
Here’s another card using the Spooky Cat bundle! It’s not too late to get this stamp set, punch and paper!
The Basic Black and Very Vanilla cardstock both have been embossed with the Pinewood Planks embossing folder.
Larger square is 1 3/4″ x 1 3/4″
Smaller square is 1 5/8″ x 1 5/8″
Cat eyes are black rhinestone jewels
This is a great layout to use for any season! I love how it showcases the Designer Series Paper!
Recipe at the end of post.
I love baking with my grandkids. Here’s Stella and I making some spider cookies! They are just peanut butter cookies with Reeses peanut butter cups in the middle! Because the cookie is hot out of the oven, it will melt it a bit and it will look smooth. They were so much fun!
We also made a skeleton out of Qtips! Thanks, Pinterest, for the idea!
Here’s a treat for Halloween! This was designed by fellow weSTAMPER, Jennie Portonova for our team meeting last month! Super simple to make, just stamp, cut out, and use an Xacto knife to make some slits! ENJOY!
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