Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Halloween Printer's Tray Decor

Howdy All!
I thought I would share with you today one of my Halloween decor items before the holiday is gone.
 This tray took me several hours to complete, but was well worth the time.

 I got the tray from one of the big box craft stores. All of the stamp sets used are current Stampin' Up! sets.
 I use the Howlstooth & Scaringbones Designer Series Paper found in the Holiday catalog.
 I found some cute corked vials to add a bit of 3-D interest, aren't they cute?
The only retired SU! products used were some ribbons and the diecut letters!
I hope you enjoy checking out this spooky, fun project!!

Thanks a bunch for stoppin' by!
See you again soon!


Thursday, October 18, 2012

3-D Swaps for St. George Event

Howdy All!
I am enjoying my time with my grandson while my son and daughter-in-law are working on their booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center. I was so excited when my son, Drew, told me that he had to come to Las Vegas for a trade show for his company and he was bringing his wife and my 17 month old grandson! We have been having so much fun playing together!

I have for you today the last of my swaps for the St. George Event put on by Jill Olsen. These are my 3-D swaps. I hand dipped and decorated some pretzel twists and made this cute little holder from the Scallop Envelope Die.

 I decorated some for Halloween ...
and some for Christmas.
They really were lots of fun to make and everyone loved them! And the pretzels turned out yummy! Just ask my husband, he was eating them faster than I could dip them!
Next I want to try dipping some full -sized pretzel rods! I have seen so many awesome samples on Pinterest that I can't wait to try!

Thanks a bunch for stoppin' by!
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Monday, October 1, 2012

August Scrapbook Club Pages 3 & 4

Howdy All!
So, for today I have the 3rd and 4th pages from my August Scrapbook Club. The title for this layout is "Natural Beauty" and it is loaded with beautiful flowers!
My color inspiration came from the Twitterpated designer series paper and I used the Blossom Party die, Floral Frames Framelits, and the Floral Fusion Sizzlits to create all of the flowers.
 The leaves were made using the Little Leaves Sizzlits and the Blossom Petals builder punch.

 Here are a couple of pic of all the flowers assembled and ready to go for my scrapbookers to add to their pages.
 Well, that's it for now.
Thanks a bunch for stoppin' by and I hope to see you again soon!