Thursday, October 30, 2014

JAS Halloween

This week I'm combining DT challenges, so here is my Halloween project for Just A Scrappin' & Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog-

I wasn't real happy with the tray insert I made last year, so this year I decided to make a Halloween scene. I just love how it turned out!

Here's a list of what I did-
  1. Background is a purplely blue glitter paper-Colorbok (Big Lots).
  2. Hand cut ground from black glitter paper, attached to background.
  3. Cut circle (5") from deep yellow cardstock from Plantin Schoolbook for moon.
  4. From Monster Bash, cut Haunted House (5"), tree (5"), black cat (1 1/4"), crow (1") out of black cardstock.
  5. From Happy Haunting, cut ghost (3") from white cardstock.
  6. Cut bats from Spellbinders Bat die out of black scraps.
Normally I would use my ATG gun or a tape runner, but I glued anything that went onto the glitter paper (Beacon 3 in 1).

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Monday, October 27, 2014

Kitty Bee October Spotlight

In looking for a Halloween image, I just fell in love with this cow image! This is the pumpkin cow from  the Kitty Bee Design Etsy store!

I colored this with my new Prismacolor pencils-oh my, what a difference from what I was using! The paper is from Best Creations, and was a real bargain at 20 for $1!  The stamp is from Unity Stamps set called "Halloween Chatter". The purple button is from my stash, and the embossing folder I used on the orange cardstock is Cuttlebug's Halloween Skeleton Scrolls. 

Thanks for joining me today!

Friday, October 24, 2014

Kitty Bee Halloween Challenge

The new challenge at Kitty Bee Designs is Halloween. The winner of this challenge will receive 3 images of the winner’s choice from Dilly Beans Digi Stamps!

And the prize is winners choice of 3 images! Here is my project-

This is Wilma I. Ball! She's so colorful (Spectrum Noir Markers) that I chose black and white papers by Best Creations to show her off! The sentiment is from Unity Stamp Company's "Halloween Chatter", and the orange cardstock is from Michaels.

Please check out the other Design Team members fantastic projects, and enter out challenge at Kitty Bee Designs!

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Just A Scrappin' Embossing Powders challenge

 The Just A Scrappin' Embossing Powders challenge is this week, and here is my project-

Here is a list of ingredients-
  1. Dark teal cardstock embossed with Cuttlebug Victorian embossing Folder, matted with black cardstock.
  2. Teal Ribbon-Offray
  3. Light teal cardstock stamped with Paper Smooches rose using Versamark ink and white embossing powder, colored with Spectrum Noir teal marker, Tim Holtz Olive Green Distress  marker.
  4. Sentiment Mounted on black cardstock, pop dotted, and Queen & Co. black pearls.
Check out the other Design Team members here!

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Just A Scrappin' Going Geometric Challenge

This week the Design Team was challenged with using Geometric Shapes, and here is my project-

The base is Coordination's Kraft paper. The pink Hexagons were made with paper from my scrap stash, and punched with Creative Memories Hexagon punch. The sentiment is from Unity Stamps with Versafine black ink. The inside sentiment reads "Cancer doesn't know who its dealing with". Great card for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

I'm also enter this at:
 DL Art Breast Cancer Awareness Challenge 
Unity Stamp Co Friend with Flair Challenge

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Thursday, October 2, 2014

JAS Challenge Die Cut Inlay

This week at Just A Scrappin', we are challenged to do a die cut inlay-and here is my project-

I don't have any steel word dies (yet), so I used my Cricut Artiste cartridge to cut the "thanks" out of two coordinating papers. I had no problem inserting the cuts into the opposite papers! So here's a list of ingredients I used to make these cards-
  1. Coordination Brights (chevron purple), DJ Inkers (white dots), Creative Memories lavender cardstock.
  2. Artiste flowers.
  3. American Crafts sheer lavender ribbon.
I'm debating on adding an olivey green leaves to both cards, so I may cut one and see how it looks.

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