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Monday, September 20, 2010

Mojo Monday 157: Just For You!

When I first looked at the sketch I didn't really care for it, mostly because I didn't think I would be able to pull if off. My upline and I decided to work together by chatting online (a norm for us). Well I'll get to it and quit making you wait. Here it is:

My plan was to use up old retired stuff, but unfortunately that only worked on the dsp part.

Materials Used:
Cardstock: Whisper White, Real Red, and Pumpkin Pie
DSP: Washington Apple (retired)
Stamp Set: Sock Monkey
Ink: Stamp Write Markers and Real Red ink pad
Punch: Doubled Dotted Border Punch
Embellishments: Bold Bright buttons, Whisper White 5/8 ribbon, Pearls, Dazzling Diamonds glitter.

Thanks for stopping by.

PPA60: Halloween Inspiration Challenge

I was in the mood for a challenge and really like the challenge on Paper Pals Arts, and I seen that there was little time left to submit so I got busy. I used wild wasabi cardstock for the base, than realized I really wanted Old Olive, but it still works. I tried to be artistic and draw my very own broom.

Materials used:
Cardstock: Wild Wasabi, Basic Black, Whisper White
Stamp Sets: Sock Monkey, Wicked Cool
Ink: Basic Black, stampin write markers Rich Razzleberry, crumb cake, Sahara Sand
Embellishments: Pearls and White 5/8 ribbon.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Spooky Pumpkin Patch Scrapbook Page

Tonight I set down to get to work on some card ideas, but shortly after starting I changed my mind and decided to do my very first scrapbook page. Since Halloween is right around the corner it was easy to head that route.

First I need to thank my husband for holding it up for the photoshoot.

Materials Used:
Cardstock: Textured Basic Black, Whisper White, Pumkin Pie
DSP: Woodland Walk
Stamp Set: Wicked Cool
Punches: Large and Extra Large Oval Punches, Owl Punch

I used the large oval punch and punched 3 pieces a piece to make the pumpkins. Unfortunately I did not have any googly eyes so I had to draw the eyes on.


Thursday, September 9, 2010


Whats more scarier than the witch on wizard of oz? Hmmmm...she's pretty freaking frightening. Here is a quick halloween fix that takes only minutes to pull together.

I have the actual card laying on Pumpkin Pie cardstock and now that I see it posted wish I would of done black instead.

Materials Used:
Cardstock: Whisper White, Basic Black and Pumpkin Pie
Punch Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border
Embellishments: Dazzlin Diamonds Stampin glitter
Glue: Two way and Snail
Stamps: Wicked Cool

FTL 107 Clean & Simple:

I got so in to stamping tonight that I started to forget that I was following a sketch,so I quickly pulled it together with trying to use what I had already started cutting and punching. One of my children came in and started talking to me (they are suppose to be sleeping) as I went to stamp my first image. I totally screwed it up not once but twice. I decided to see how it would look if I just kinda went with the screwup. I don't know what do you think?

Material used:
Cardstock: Whisper white, basic black
Stamp sets: Punch Potpourri (Level 1 Hostess) and Favorite Thoughts (summer mini)
Ink: Real Red and Basic Black
Punches: Border Dotted Scallop Ribbon

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Trick or Treat

I am working hard to get some swaps and dtp's done and also a couple projects for the workshop on the 11th, unfortunately the creative edge is not with me tonight. Here is what I have to share although they will not be making for the list of the three above.

Materials Used
Cardstock Pumpkin Pie and Basic Black
DSP Wicked Cool
Basic Black Grosgrain 1/4
Wicked Cool Clear Mount Stamps
Extra and Large Oval punches
Basic Black Ink
Owl Punch

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

A share from another blogger and stamper!

I have been a very busy girl of late, specially with sick kids now that the weather is cooling down. I have not sat down and stamped in over a week I believe, very sad huh! Well I was browsing blogs and saw this and had to share, I hope you enjoy and leave a comment for the wonderful stamper who did such an awesome job!Her name is Jackie and you can go to her blog by clicking here.