Monday, October 27, 2008

I wanted to share my finished word "BOO" with everyone! I think it turned out just too cute. I showed it off at regionals and everyone loved it! It is really very simple to make too! I used the 8" paper mache letters from Hobby Lobby. The DSP is Ghostly Greetings and the stamp set I used was Eat, Drink and Be Scary from the Holiday Mini.

So, speaking of regionals, I had a awesome time. I got to meet Shelli, the co-founder of Stampin' Up! and had my pic taken with her. I met all the Beaumont ladies! They are just awesome. I got to visit with and ask plenty of questions of the fabulous Janet Stockman! I won door prizes. I saw and made so many cool cards and projects! It was just a great time. I do wish Ethel was with me though, that would have made it even better! But I am now less than a month away from flying to see her and her wonderful family! I do miss them all so!

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Ronald McDonald House

Here are some of the Halloween cards I have been working on today the Ronald McDonald House charities. I've only got ten done in all right now and I am hoping to get some more designs done tomorrow. I just love Halloween, not all the scary gross parts of it, but my church does a Harvest Festival every year and I just love to take the girls to it. Everything is fun and silly and gooey and I always see people I haven't seen in a while! So, needless to say, I really enjoyed making these cards today and thinkng about our upcoming festival!

If you live anywhere near me, please join us at the Fall Harvest Festival at Crossroads Baptist Church located on the corner of Tezel & Guilbeau Rd. - 8300 Tezel to be exact, from 6:30 till 8:30 on Friday October 31st! It's totally FREE and totally FUN!!! I'll be the huntress in camo!!!

Check back tomrrow for some more Boo-tiful creations!!!

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Okay, so I know I said I would post something else tomorrow, but I have time now, so..............
The first one I came up with several weeks ago when i was making Ethel's birthday card. The bottom one I came up with for my stamp club last month. It was the first spinner card I have ever made. It was a lot of fun.

So, now I'm sitting here listening to my Zune (as loud as I can possibly stand it in order to drown out my kiddos voices!) and thinking up some new ideas with some of my new sets! So you should most definately keep checking back!!! I feel the need to alter something as well...............hmmmmmm....................

Stamp Club Cards

Here are the two cards we did at our Stamp Club this last weekend. The first card features the Season of Friendship set from the Holiday Mini catalogue. It really is a very versatile set that can be used year round! The second card was made by using the Big Shot that is also featured in the Holiday mini and is going to become a permanent item as well I believe. I LOVE my Big Shot. I used the Sizzlits Die Pumpkin #4 and Pumpkin faces found on the last page of the mini. I also got to use my Square Scallop punch for the first time! The greeting is from Eat, Drink & Be Scary also in the mini.

I hope you enjoy these! Check back tomorrow as I will be posting two more cards I have created recently!

Until then,
Happy Stamping!

Saturday, October 18, 2008

So, I know it's been FOREVER since I posted something new. But I have done a few things here and there and this is one of them!
This is the large Spooky Spider from our Decor Elements line. It also come in Mediun and Small. I used a canvas I had picked up at a garage sale for 50 cents and painted it pumpkin orange. I then applied the Spooky Spider and finished it off with a black feather boa around the edges!
Let me know what you think...............