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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Halloween Treats

Happy Wednesday Peeps!!!

So sorry for the long silence here on the ol blog,
 I have still been busy crafting, working and taking care of baby.  

I have been making some display samples and some swaps, I will show those to you early next month.

I do have some Halloween treats to share with you tho.

I have been making these a few at a time to hand out to my co-workers.

The above ones hold a chocolate kiss candy. They are so much fun to make and use the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set with matching punch.

The Dracula is colored in with markers.

The Mummy has an added sparkly bow tie and the Skeleton has a sparkly heart!

Next up is something that was popular last Halloween and I got all the items to make them and then just did not have the chance to do it. 
So I pulled it all out this year along with some retired Halloween DSP. I love them, so fun!!!

Witch hats are made with a tree punch and a couple of circle punches or circle dies. 
The bow is of course made with the bow builder punch. 
Then a small clothespin is glued inside to make it a clip.
I did spray paint my clothespins black so they blend in better and are less noticeable. 

Here they are clipped on some treats, 
so cute how it looks like the pumpkin on the package is wearing the witch hat!

Yummy Russell Stover chocolates.

And some Reese's Peanut Butter Pumpkins:

These are slid inside a small cello bag and folded over with the hat clipped on.

So I hope you enjoyed seeing my Halloween treats today.

Also sharing a pic of  baby Audrey:

Hard to believe she is 6 months old already!

Mom and Dad took her pics for this month at a local Pumpkin patch.

Thanks so much for stopping by today! 


Monday, October 10, 2016

Happy Halloween Kitty

Happy Monday Peeps!!!

Yesterday I got a chance after work to sit down at my stamping table and I wanted to make a Halloween kitty.
I had saw this done using the fox punch and had to give it a try.
Isn't it cute?

I used the sketch at Freshly Made Sketches but was to late to link it up over there. Anyway that was my starting point for this card

I also was trying to use the challenge this week at The Paper Players

But......I added some yellow so not sure if I should link it there either.

All the DSP is from the Halloween Night pack. I love that paper and that I could have my kitty sitting on a little brick wall.

I also decorated the inside of my card:

I love Halloween!!

Thanks for stopping by today!


Saturday, October 8, 2016

Have some Spooky Fun

Happy Saturday Peeps!!!

Popping in here quickly with a card I made using the oh so fun Halloween Scene Framelits, I love these dies. I have not had as much time to play with them as I would like. I have been creating, just some things I can't share just yet.

Don't you love the big ol glittery moon? I die cut it out using the Pumpkin Pie glimmer paper. 

Of course the DSP is from the Halloween Night Specialty pack.

The sentiment is from the Spooky Fun stamp set.

Fun card to make! Thanks for stopping by today.


Friday, September 30, 2016

Halloween Nuggets

Happy Friday Peeps!!!

Today I am sharing a few little Halloween Treats

These are a CASE of my sweet friend Wendy at WeeBeeStampin4Fun.

She is the queen of treat making in my eyes. She makes the cutest ones.

I am always inspired by what she makes and when I saw her nugget holders I decided to makes some of my own.

I love the little halloween images in this set, the Cookie Cutter Halloween. Here is used the Mummy and the Skeleton.

I added bows and hearts cut with the Pumpkin Pie glimmer paper.
 The sentiment is from Spooky Fun stamp set and the DSP is all from the Halloween Night Specialty pack. I added a cute little bat that is die cut using the Spooky Scene edgelits.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!


Saturday, September 24, 2016


Hello Peeps!!!

Popping in here to share a card I made using the sketch this week at 

I used the Thoughtful Bunches thinlits along with some pretty fall colors to create my card.

I die cut flowers using Cajun Craze, Cherry Cobbler and Crushed Curry,. The leaf is die cut with Old Olive card stock.

The base of my card is thick Whisper White and then a layer of cherry Cobbler and then more Whisper White.

I used a small strip of  Basic black for my sentiment panel.

I heat embossed the Hello from the Flourish Phrases stamp set.

I used a few Candy Dots in the flower centers to finish it up.

Thanks for stopping by!


Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Paper Players...........You're in My Thoughts

Happy Wedesday Peeps!!!

Today I am sharing a card I made for a dear friend using the challenge this week at The Paper Players.

I wanted to make a card for a friend who is going through a difficult time and I knew I wanted to make a sunflower using the Stampin Up Thoughtful Branches set. I took a look at the challenge over at the Paper Players and saw it would be perfect for my card.

I guess a sunflower is not the kind of fall treat that you eat (unless you count the seeds) but it is a Fall treat none the less.

The base of my card is Crumb Cake cardstock.
Then I used Crushed Curry and Early Espresso cardstock for the next layers.
I stamped the leaf image from the set on the Espresso cardstock using Espresso ink.

The sunflower is made with Crushed Curry ink and cardstock. 
The center is Early Espresso and the stem and leaves are Old Olive cardstock

The sentiment comes from the same set and is tamped with Early Espresso ink.

I finished up with a few candy dots.

Thanks for stopping by today!


Monday, September 19, 2016

Creative Challenge....Halloween Treats

Happy Monday Peeps!!!

It has been a long time since I did a creative challenge with my friend Wendy at WeeBeeStampin4Fun
But she issued a challenge to me last week to make a Halloween treat using these mini coffee cups. She had made the cutest little Christmas one and we was chatting and she showed it to me and I thought it was so adorable and I told her I had a bunch of those cups and that I thought it would be cute made with a Halloween theme. 
So she issued her challenge and I happily accepted.

I frankly had been dreaming about making a Halloween flower with the Pumpkin Pie Glimmer paper every since I first saw it. I knew I wanted to use black along with it. I had some of the Black Glimmer paper from last year so I pulled it out to use. 
The only issue with the glimmer paper is that it is hard to glue, I ended up using my glue gun to make this flower.

I used a sentiment from the Spooky Fun set. I thought it was perfect for my "boo"tiful flower.

My next one is very much inspired by a sample in the mini catalog.

 This one I used the Spooky Fun set along with the Halloween Scenes Edgelits Dies.
I love the tree and fence in these dies.

The DSP is from the Halloween Night Specialty pack. 

Here is a side view so you can see the little cup in the treat holder.

I used some of the Halloween Night bakers twine and Halloween Enamel dots on my treat holder too. 

Be sure and head over to Wendy's Blog and see her amazing creation.

Thanks for stopping by today!