Sunday, October 24, 2010

Trick or tweet

I can't remember where I saw this idea, so I apologize for not giving credit. I cut the chick from Stretch You Imagination and the bats and witch's hat are SCAL. The best part about this card is DH helped put it together, I love when he helps me craft. Thanks Angel!

Saturday, October 23, 2010

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Another Halloween card

Sorry about the blurry pix. 3 white stamped skulls embossed, and then DANGER stamped in platinum and embossed. SImple card - but should have big impact, I think Maddox will like it.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Halloween card

This may be my favorite Halloween card. I totally scrap lifted it from a woman's design at Paper Source, but she told me how to make it so I think it's okay. I used SCAL to cut "grass" for the hair and the MS drippy goo punch for eyebrows. The eyes are metal-rimmed paper key tags (such a smart idea), the teeth were typed then a semicircle cut for the mouth. Hope Maddox likes Frankenstein

Iron-on vinyl t's

l-o-v-i-n-g heat vinyl right now. Maddox is in Scouts and has shirts, but with Rileigh, Jeff & I volunteering we thought we should look like we belong. The white T was made for Rileigh. Then I ordered some t's for the 4 of us (only took pix of 3 t's) The kids love them, and I like when we all match - so win, win

Halloween Invite

Lots of MS punches here - the leaf border punch and drippy goo on the orange. A MS punch with the bats and "EEK" on the left. I stamped a white ghost to finish the front.
On the back I used the MS spiderweb border punch on the top and mice and gravestones on the bottom. A Fiskars squeeze punch for the ghosts and EK Success spider on some black glittery punch. I stamped a jack-o-lantern and "beware" for a little hint of spooky.
The kids loved them, and they will be great to scrap.

So sorry

I'm sorry blog world - it has been too long. I actually hae been crafting, just not sharing.
I promise to remedy that tonight - I have the kids' Halloween party invites and some Halloween cards I finished.
Also Boy Scout shirts - lil' dude is a Tiger Scout, and since his sister isn't in Brownies this year Jeff & I did not want her to feel excluded, expecially since she goes with to lots of the activities, and she is a super popcorn seller. I cut out "Scouting Sister" in heat-vinyl and applied it to a shirt. She loved it! So I followed up with t-shirts for Jeff & I.
I have even been working on some LO's, so I will will try to share a lot over the next couple of days.