Thursday, September 30, 2010

Halloween Greetings

Hello Stampers,

Have you picked out your costume? One of my nephews told me that he's going to be something spooky and we he was asked if that meant he was going to be a ghost he said ''no, I'm going to be something spooky". I thought it was cute.

Well, before I start my little blitz of Christmas cards I thought that I should post my little Halloween card that I made. I just adore this stamp set. It's a lot of fun to colour with. I hope to do more Halloween projects with it before October 31st.

I hope you like, and thanks for having a look.

Stamp Set: Greeting Card Kids
Paper: Rich Razzleberry, Basic Black, Old Olive, Wicked Fun DSP
Ink: Black Stazon, Rich Razzleberry, Basic Black, Old Olive, Tangerine Tango markers, Black Striped Ribbon

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

The Gift

Hello Friends,

I told ya I'd be back....did you believe me? This is the project with did just on Friday. I love stamping on candles and it's a great gift that you could give to someone at any holiday or occassion. As you can see if the picture with all projects we made for this gift pack that it all co-ordinates together. Another thing you could do is stamp on some tissue paper and put that in the gift bag to cover the gift. I'm pretty sure that Friends 24-7 is my favourite stamp set and it's funny because on Saturday when I was at the Hamilton reginals I was asked what my favourite stamp set was and I drew a blank but I use this one a lot and find it to be so versatile. Anyway, I hope you like and please share your comments.

Stamp Set: Friends 24-7
Ink: Rich Razzleberry
Accessories: White tissue paper, heating tool, Striped ribbon,

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

I'm blogging baby!

Good evening Friends,
I truly am sorry that it's been a month since my last post. I have been working hard on projects and have my picutres ready for further posts. This was Augusts project for my club. It's a decorated gift bag to go along with with card and gift tag that I posted last month. I had seen different roses out of paper from different blogs and tried to find the easiest one to do in a class. This is the one that I decided to show my club girls how to make. All you need is the ornament punch, sticky strip and a stylus. The ornament punch is used for the petals, and to make it look more like a rose I sponged around all the edges. You have to punch out 18 petals to make one rose. It's pretty quick to put together once you have all the petals punched out. Let me know what you think, the girls enjoyed the project.
Next post will be the gift that goes inside the bag. Thanks for stopping by!
Stamp Set: Friends 24-7
Paper: Rich Razzleberry, Early Espresso, Pink Pirouette
Ink: Riding Hood Red, Pink Pirouette
Accessories: White gift bag, Pretty in Pink Satin Ribbon, Ornament Punch, Vintage Wallpaper Texturized Plate