Saturday, October 31, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
I used the same digi stamp I used the other day from: http://lostinpaperscraps.blogspot.com/
I just love this Frankenstein image. Colored with Prismacolor markers. I cut him out using Scallopped Circle Nesties, embossing the purple layer. A little purple and black ribbon to top it off (or bottom it off in this case- haha)
Monday, October 26, 2009
Another challenge from: http://theresmagicintheair.blogspot.com/
Nina gave us another great digi - and it is very Fall inspired. I used my square scalloped nesties mounted on some sparkle paper I got for free at Archivers last year. (sorry the picture is not very straight)
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Maddox made this card - he used the Cuttlebug Spiderweb embossing folder. We made the spider with a large scallop circle punch and photo corner punch (complete with gold fangs). I used the MS spiderweb border punch - at Maddox's direction, and he put some bug stickers on the web for the spider to eat.
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
This week's challenge involves using the digi "Harvest Geese" (perfect for the season) and using pop dots to make an element 3-D to "pop" I colored the image twice and I opted to pop dot the whole fence, the 2 pumpkins in the forefront, and as Nina mentioned in her blog ;) the goose on the right. I used my newly purchased Nestabilities to cut out the image, used a Cuttlebug embossing folder on the background, and as finishing touches a strip of ribbon (purchased last year at Target in the dollar bins) and 2 leaves (punched using a Fiskars squeeze punch).
Thursday, October 15, 2009
MMSC23. I made a card for Cooper for Boss's Day (Friday October 16th) He likes John Deere tractors, so I thought putting an image of one on his card would personalize it for him.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Nina offered a fabulous digi stamp - isn't he cute!
Besides using the digi stamp the challenge also required using a 3-D coloring element.
I opted for Stickles on the pumpkin in the Ghost's hand and on the grass at his feet. I tried something a little different and put some raffia behind it (like hay). Enjoy!
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Here are some pictures, we just finished carving the pumpkins - so I'll share those later tonight.
Friday, October 9, 2009
Who doesn't love to shop - especially with free money - check it out (and the blog, lots of people post their creations there - lots of inspiration)
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Spider is from Doodlecharms - Maddox helped me to Stickle the eyes red. The web is a Cuttlebug embossing folder
Three spiders - Doodlecharms (using the border feature) MS drippy goo punch, also some spider ribbon
Dog is from Paper Pups, MS spiderweb corner punch, paper is Debbie Mumm Harvest & Holiday
Paper is Debbie Mumm Harvest & Holiday, cauldron is Doodlecharms, the witch legs are an SCAL download - I think I got them off the Craft Edge forum - but I am not positive on that one
MS Star border punch on the top & bottom, a flying with clip art, on Debbie Mumm Harvest & Holiday paper, with a little sheer yellow ribbon
3 Pumpkins sitting on a gate: 3 pumpkins made with a Fiskars Squeeze Punch - hand drawn expressions, little googly eyes, the gate was created with DS (using George) the moon & stars are from Paper Pups.
3 more little pumpkins sitting on a gate: also punched using a Fiskars Squeeze Punch, hand drawn smiles and googly eyes, stars from Paper Pups, Stickled the full moon, added a strip of ribbon.
Leaves are from the Punch Bunch paper punch. I scraplifted this card idea from a card I saw at Stamp Scrap & More in Libertyville - very nice LSS, paper is a scrap left over from last year - purchased at Archivers
Paper is from the Dollar bins at Target, used MS loop border punch. Cornucopias digi stamp colored with Prismacolor markers
More leaves from the Punch Bunch punch, paper is again from the Target dollar bins
Leaf is from a Fiskars squeeze punch - all the rest is from scraps (pattern paper bought last year at Archivers) ribbon purchased last year at Target (in the dollar bins)
The spider is from Doodlecharms - I Stickled his legs with Black Diamond Stickles. The bottom orange piece was embossed with my Cuttlebug and the Pumpkin Harvest embossing folder. A strip of candy corn ribbon offers a finishing touch.
So hello internet and blog world!