Sunday, October 14, 2018

Cauldron Bubble Toil and Trouble Set

While many of you have likely seen this on my newsletter, I never blogged this little witch. I love this set, so I couldn't skip posting.  I added the wand from the black foil paper, and a spider trinket as well.  I made 13 of this card for a swap and each was as fun as the first, so I clearly I really like this set!

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Friday, October 12, 2018

Tiny TakeOut Box for Inky Friends Handmade Holidays Blog Hop

Welcome back to the Inky Friends!  You've likely arrived from Mary's Center Stage Stamping blog on which she focused on the Merry Christmas to All Framelits.  If you'd like to see a list of all links, clicke here: My Inky Friends

For this Handmade Holidays Hop, I chose to highlight the Takeout Thinlits dies.  They are adorable with a window and filled with colorful treats and would also be fantastic as a little gift box for jewelry.

First, I chose to use a particularly fall-ish piece of the Tea Room Specialty Designer Series Paper with Crushed Curry Cardstock. I liked the organic look of the Braided Linen Trim for a tie around with the Harvest Blessings sentiment from the Country Home Set. This could be perfect for a treat for the person cooking the majority of your Thanksgiving meal.

Next, I have a variety of Christmas Take Out Boxes. Some have a window cut through so you can see the sweet mints inside, and the All is Bright Designer Series paper makes a cute "closed" box for concealing a gift.  I used some leftover greenery from the Detailed Poinsettia thinlits dies to further embellish the tag. The Celebrate the Season sentiment is from the Mistletoe Season Stamp Set on page 95 of the Annual Catalog.

Now it is time to continue to Cindy's Heart's Delights blog for some pretties made with the Cauldron Bubble set!

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Thursday, October 11, 2018

Craft Show Creations 2018 Join me at Quail Springs United Methodist Church!

Come and See me this Saturday at the Quail Springs United Methodist Church Craft Show!

14617 N Pennsylvania Ave
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma73134 

I'll be there from 9-3 on October 13th, 2018 and I hope to see old friends and make new friends!

I have stocking stuffers and Holiday-themed decor and treats as well as cards!

The Post It Desk Calendars are a cute small gift! I have 12 of these with a decent amount of variety. (I was most recently inspired for this design by Shari Lackey.)

These Candy Bar Snowmen were by Twila Davis most recently. She used a felt scarf, but I used ribbon.  I tweaked several Santa Suit Candy Bar designs into this one.

These tags were inspired by Jan Brown.  I thought they were adorable, and Real Red is really the best as far as matching a variety of wrapping papers.  They have long ribbons which are perfect for looping around a bicycle handle, but work well when wrapped around your packaging ribbon too! (Nugget shown for inspiration.)

I love a pop-up box card!

Little Elf Lists seemed like a fun idea since we have this elf set this year!

I created these frames.
These gift wallets were from a tutorial on Splitcoaststampers.

My friend, Paula Wright designed the bones of these hand sanitizer holders.

I designed these lollipop holders which are similar to the hand sanitizer holders, but modified for fit. The scalloped tag topper punch is SO useful, obviously!  Perfect for your special trick or treat-ers!

At only $15, you can hang a different frame in your home with each season!  I love this little witch!

There are more creations which I haven't had time to photograph, and you know things are always better in person, so stop by on your way to your day's festivities!

Monday, October 1, 2018

Rooted in Nature Stampin Up! Fall Leaves Card

This card was a lot of fun to make with the Copper Foil Sheets and the Copper Shimmer Paint. The Tin Tile Textured Impressions Embossing Folder made a fun texture for the card.  Copper Thread and Sequins from the Metallic Sequins Assortment add nice details.  I used Wink of Stella on the stamped leaves to match the shine of the copper.  I hope you like this card, and I hope my class attendees enjoy playing with all the leaves for this card...They certainly don't have to be arranged as I arranged them. There are several possibilities.

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