Well it appears to be that time of year again, and even though Halloween is still over a month away I'm starting to get ready for it. When I became a Stampin Up Demonstrator I started making things for the kids classes at Halloween, Christmas and Valentine's Day. This is something that they look forward to every year. And now that I have a 2nd daughter starting high school this year, she is still requesting I make something for her closest friends. It makes me happy to be able to do this with my kids.
This year Stamping Up is selling the Ghoulish Googlies Designer Kits (126914) for a great price of only $9.95. In these kits you'll find most of what you need to make this cute Halloween treat. You can also select the bundle with the stamp set (129853 clear & 129852 wood). You'll need the ink of course and your adhesives. And any additional cardstock you may want to add to your project. Here's what I came up with. I'd love to hear what you think.
Tuesday, 18 September 2012
Monday, 17 September 2012
There's nothing better than having the day off when you can find a little time for yourself. For me that's finding some time to either make some cards or do some scrapbooking. Today it turned into a couple of cards. Be sure to come back tomorrow to take a peak at my second card. My first card was done using the Snowmuch fun Stamp set and Greetings of the Season stamp set and the candlelight Christmas DSP. I did some water coloring on this card and used some dimensionals to make it pop a bit. I'd love to hear what you think.
Sunday, 16 September 2012
I've been doing a ot of Christmas cards lately and decided it was time to change things up a bit. So today I decided to use the Friendship Preserves stamp set along with the Orchard Harvest DSP. I just love the colors in this DSP and thought it would go great for this card. One can always use a thank you card. I'd love to here your comments.