My 2 oldest children dont go Trick or Treating anymore, so I thought I would still give them some candy. I found these candy filled test tube/beakers at Walmart and jazzed them up a bit with some cute tags. Like my last Halloween post, I used the 2" JustRite stamp for the wording. The spider is from a Cuttlebug die.
I wanted to make the spider look hairy-scary so I used black glitter to make him look sparkly!
I wanted to make a card that wasn't my usual style and I thought these Spellbinders "Nested Birds" would be great for that. I had a hard time getting a good photo where you could see the detail in the embossing. The background is Cuttlebugs "Leafy Branch" and the bird was embossed with "Devine Swirl". I used some gold cardstock, gold brads, and gold ribbon for an accent. The tag at the bottom rolled to give a little dimension.
There isn't much out there in the scrapbooking world for Thanksgiving, but fallish leaves are always a good choice. I used the Cuttlebug maple leaf to cut & emboss. Then tied some hemp string around them.
Tyler and I had a few people we wanted to make treat bags for this Halloween. I love the "Boo to You" Cuttlebug folder because its so easy just to punch out the circles.
The 2" JustRite stamper worked perfectly for the outer saying. This set has different saying starters so I just had to personalize it with Ty's name. We stamped & filled some cello bags with candy and tied them shut with matching ribbon. Too cute!!
I finally finished up the place cards I was working on for my aunt. She always has the nicest table setting at Thanksgiving so I wanted to make her some pretty place cards. I needed to make about 17, now I just need to put the names in and they will be complete. I was going to use rub-ons but I think I will just print them out on the computer and punch them out... much easier! The stamp set I used was Autumn Foliage by Inkadinkado.
I love these new Nested Poinsettias from Spellbinders. I think they make the prettiest Christmas flowers. Its hard to tell, but the middle flower layer is popped up along with the Merry Christmas tag. The background has embossed poinsettias, contact me if you are looking for this folder. For an added accent I put 3 red dew drops in the center.
Lots of single and mixed colors of Flower Soft have arrived! This product is wonderful for adding dimension to your cards or layouts. If you have never worked with Flower Soft before, watch this YouTube video to see how its used:
Get a jump on your Christmas cards this year by attending our Christmas Cardmaking Class!
In this workshop you will be making 8 different Holiday cards with envelopes. All cards will include stamping, Cuttlebug, and lots of embellishments! Card making will be set up in stations so you can work at your own pace.
SUPPLIES NEEDED: You will need adhesive, pop dots, scissors
PLACE: We will be having the class at the Erie Humane Society in the back meeting room. We are asking that everyone please bring the animals a donation. Such as: cat/dog food (unexpired),Kitten food, Puppy food, bleach, paper towels, garbage bags, poly-fill fiber for handmade dog beds.
COST: Class fee is $12 and will need to be paid in advance to hold your reservation. Hope to see you there!
Love those Stickles... so much easier than glitter!