Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy Halloween!


Happy Halloween ~ I hope you have a great day
filled with lots of sweets!
Supplies from i{heart}papers:
Copic Markers ~ C1, G40, YG13, YG06, YR16, YR18, R85, Y17, E25, E31
Sparkly Fluff ~
Our Craft Lounge (Brown Sugar)

Saturday, October 30, 2010

BOO to YOU!



I love paper piecing & thought this ghost from the Little Boogas set would be cute done that way. 
Hope you've got your little goblins costumes done.  I just need to put the finishing touches on today for my son's penguin costume.  I just made the tummy, beak and shoe covers out of felt ~ we'll see how it turns out. I didn't want to spend $30 on a costume ~ so $2.17 in felt & 30 minutes with the sewing machine sounded good to me!

Supplies from i{heart}papers:
Stamps ~ Our Craft Lounge (Little Boogas)
Pattern Paper ~ Cosmo Cricket (
Joy Ride)
Ink ~ Palette
Copic Markers ~ YR18, YR16

Friday, October 29, 2010

OCL Sketch Challenge #37



Welcome to Friday and my OCL Sketch Challenge card.   You can find the original sketch on the OCL Blog ~ Hope you can play along

Supplies from i{heart}papers:

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Old Time Birthday Fun!



Today's project features some wonderful images from Lizzie Anne Designs set called Vintage Birthday.  I also used the polka-dot background image from the October Monthly Mix called Sweet & Spooky.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Clean & Simple Mix

Today's project features images from the new Lizzie Anne Monthly Mix for November called The Key to Happiness.  It's a super clean & simple card (CAS) which is just my style.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Spooky Halloween Fun!

Here are a few fun projects with the Spooky Tags set by Our Craft Lounge.  I also used the Vintage Swirls set which is a perfect compliment for this set ~ isn't it great!

More Halloween tricks and treats coming up this week ~ stay tuned!

Monday, October 25, 2010

Reindeer Food for Rudolph...


 My project for today is a cute little packet of reindeer food that I made for store samples in September.  I just love how it turned out.  I used the Reindeer Games set by Our Craft Lounge.

Inside the little packet it's just oatmeal and some Chunky Red Crafty Sparkles from Our Craft Lounge.


ETA: The measurements of the card ~ 9" x 4".  Score at 2 1/2" & 6".  The inside verse (from the Reindeer Games set) is stamped on the inside of the Nestabilities Polka Dot Frame.

Supplies: 
Stamps ~ Our Craft Lounge (Reindeer Games (reindeer and inside verse), Reindeer Kisses - star)
Ink ~ Palette, Copic Markers (E25, E33, R29, YG95)
Sparkly Fluff ~ Our Craft Lounge (Brown Sugar, Rockstar Red, Sugar)
Nestabilities ~ Circle, Big Scallop Circle
Crafty Sparkles ~ Chunky Red
Edger Punch ~ EK Success

Sunday, October 24, 2010

A few Challenge Cards

 For my projects today, I played along on a few challenges ~ The Play Date Cafe Challenge & the Unity Hip Hop Sketch Challenge #30.   This week I discovered this challenge site called The Play Date Cafe.  They have a weekly color challenge and they also put a photo on their site as an inspiration piece.  This week colors were yellow, pink and orange ~ yummy!  I will be going back to play again on these challenges.

For my first card I used a soft yellow and orange.  I tried to get the pink in there, but I just wasn't happy with it, so I took it out.  But I do think the super sparkly butterfly image from Unity's Super Sweet set turned out cute!  I also added the Distressed Dots background stamp to the card base and to the die cut butterflies.


For my second card, I also used this week's Unity Hip Hop Sketch Challenge #30 & the colors from the Play Date Cafe Challenge.   I managed to get the pink and yellow in this card, but the orange just didn't work it's way in.


Supplies from i{heart}papers:

Butterfly Card:
Stamps ~ Unity (Super Sweet, Distressed Dots)
Ink ~ Palette (Sunflower, Orangerie)
Gems ~ Zva (Orange Crystals)
Nestabilities ~ Circle, Big Scallop Circle
Copic Marker ~ YR18 (used to color white ribbon)

Cup of Happy:
Stamps ~ Unity (Hodge Podge of Happiness)
Ink ~ Palette (Noir)
Copic Markers ~ Y21, R81, R83, R85
Gems ~ Hero Arts

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Ahhhh....

Wow ~ what a busy week on my blog!  Today it's short and sweet ~ just gonna share a quick little project from Lizzie Anne Designs using the Vintage Birthday set.

Have a great weekend!

Friday, October 22, 2010

OCL Sketch Challenge #36



It's Friday ~ YIPPPEEEEE!  And it time for the new OCL sketch!  Here is the sketch & you can see the inspiration piece over on the OCL Blog.  I love this one because it came from a scrapbook page but you could also do a card.  Don't be intimidated if you don't scrapbook, JUST TRY IT! 

So for my project today, I decided to continue with my Yellowstone pictures.  That's the great part about using 3-ring binders for your albums, you can easily slide in a layout or forgotten items.  Even though I already have these photos in my album, I do love including enlargements on full sized layouts. 

I used several different stamp sets by Our Craft Lounge on this layout.  For the background & photo corner images, I used the new Vintage Traveler set; for the dotted detail on my pattern paper, I used Fancy Fringe; and for my title and journaling lines, I used The Journey stamp set. 


So are you unsure on how to incorporate stamps into your scrapbook pages?  The stamped images shouldn't really be the main focus of your page.  Notice the round piece on the above sketch.  On my original piece, it was a stamped & colored item.  But for my new page, I used a photo rather than a big stamped image.  All of the stamping on the page is very subtle and used tone on tone (except for the title).   If I hadn't used some stamps on this page, it would have been a bit boring.  However, I didn't need a big in-your-face stamped image; it simply would have distracted the reader from the gorgeous photo.

Soooooooooooo..... I had this post almost completely written yesterday and decided that I really wanted to make a card for the sketch as well ~ just to show you it could really be done.   I am pretty happy with the final result of this one!

I used the same stamp sets by Our Craft Lounge on this layout ~ Vintage Traveler , Fancy Fringe and The Journey as well as the same pattern paper from Little Yellow Bicycle.

So are you inspired to give this one a try?  When you do, make sure you leave your link over on the OCL Blog so you have a chance to win a free set!

Thursday, October 21, 2010

IHP Birthday Bash - Gift Card Challenge

It's the final day of the i{heart}papers 2nd Birthday Bash! If you missed the posts from earlier this week, you will want to check them out so you don’t miss a thing. It’s not too late to play along so go back to Tuesday’s post and start there.  You’ll want to be sure you participate in the scavenger hunt/blog hop to earn your 20% off coupon (and see some really amazing projects from 25 incredible designers!).

Today’s challenge is a gift card holder challenge. Deb Felts is hosting it and has some links for templates and ideas on her blog.  She also has a Mr. Linky for you to leave your project on to be entered into the drawing for today (please post your direct link).   When you upload your project to SCS, be sure to tag your uploads with IHPBB10GC.  Winners for each day will be randomly drawn from the day's challenge entries, and everyone who plays along, either with the challenges and/or the scavenger hunt will be eligible for the grand prize drawing that will close the festivities tomorrow!

ALL orders placed during the Bash (Oct 19-21) will receive a free goodie bag of surprise merchandise. The more you spend, the bigger your goodie bag!

Also, there will be random drawings for additional prizes from our PaperCraft Planet group members, our mailing list (sign up on the right side of the homepage) and our fans on Facebook. If you are on all three, then you’ve got triple the chances to win!

So my gift card holder today is a simple little pocket card that measures 3 1/4" x 4 1/4".  I used some pretty paper & matching embellishments called Alphabet Soup from My Minds Eye (girl pattern) to highlight the project.
 Just pull on the button & the gift card is attached!

Supply List from i{heart}papers:
Pattern Paper ~ My Minds Eye (Alphabet Soup - Girl Pattern)
Stamps ~ Unity (Polka-Dot Background); Our Craft Lounge (Sentiment from Tweet Thang); Hero Arts (butterfly and bird on background of insert from Mi Casa stamp set)
Ink ~ Palette
Gems ~ Hero Arts
Ribbon ~ May Arts (white & then colored with Copic Marker)
Copic Marker ~ BG72

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Lizzie Anne Design Team Challenge

Today I'm excited to share my Design Team Challenge projects with you for Lizzie Anne Designs.  Our challenge this month was to use a Christmas set & not only do a card but also a matching gift package.  I love doing 3D items, so this was super fun!  I used the Holiday Lane Stamp set which is filled with some adorable images for a beautiful Christmas village.  I used some sweet paper from Basic Grey called Eskimo Kisses & it coordinates perfectly with this set!  The idea for my card came from a card I saw by Debbie Olsen in the Paper Crafts Holiday Cards & More issue.
 My little box only stands 3 1/2" tall, but it is perfect for a party favor filled with some sweet treats!   Or another fun idea might be take them around the neighborhood and pass them out while singing Christmas carols. The possibilities are endless!

Now don't forget to visit all the other designers blogs to see more wonderful Christmas inspiration!  You can see a complete list on the LAD Blog!

IHP Birthday Bash Sketch Challenge!

Welcome to Day #2 of the i{heart}papers 2nd Birthday Bash! If you missed yesterday’s post, you will want to check it out & participate in the scavenger hunt/blog hop to earn your 20% off coupon (and see some really amazing projects from 25 incredible designers!). 

Today’s challenge is a sketch challenge that you can find over on the Kate's Blog. Be sure to play along by Friday, October 22nd (3:00 am EST) and post your direct link in the post in Mr. Linky and tag your uploads with IHPBB10S.  Tomorrow Deb will be hosting another challenge for you.

Winners for each day will be randomly drawn from the day's challenge entries, and everyone who plays along, either with the challenges and/or the scavenger hunt will be eligible for the grand prize drawing that will close the festivities on Friday.

ALL orders placed during the Bash (Oct 19-21) will receive a free goodie bag of surprise merchandise. The more you spend, the bigger your goodie bag!

Also, there will be random drawings for additional prizes from our PaperCraft Planet group members, our mailing list (sign up on the right side of the homepage) and our fans on Facebook. If you are on all three, then you’ve got triple the chances to win!

My sketch challenge card is an easel card that features two coordinating stamp sets by Our Craft Lounge ~ Tweet Thang and Tweet Trees along with this wonderful paper by Cosmo Cricket called Togetherness.  I used some white ribbon and colored it with my Copic Markers so it would match and added some Rockstar Red Sparkly Fluff on the birds cheeks.

And here is the card propped open showing the cute sentiment!  The card base is a standard size 4 1/4" x 11" and is scored at 5 1/2" & 2" for the folds.  You'll want to make sure you put something inside the card like brads or trim to hold the easel in place when it is open.


Supply List from i{heart}papers:

Stamps ~ Our Craft Lounge  (Tweet Thang and Tweet Trees)
Pattern Paper ~  Cosmo Cricket Togetherness.
Ink ~ Palette (Burnt Umber); Copic Markers (YR23, BG72, BG11, E25, R27, YR31)
Ribbon ~ May Arts (white, colored with YR23 Copic Marker)
Nestabilities ~ Classic Ovals, Big Scallop Ovals
Sparkly Fluff ~ Our Craft Lounge (Rockstar Red)

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

IHP Birthday Bash!

Hello and welcome to the i {heart} papers 2nd Birthday Bash blog hop and scavenger hunt!  You should have arrived here from Kazan's Blog.  If you're jumping into the middle (or if you're lost!) be sure to start at Kate's Blog.  You don't want to miss a thing!

Today we’re celebrating two great years at IHP!  We have some fabulous guest designers playing along with our talented design team members who will bring you some fantastic birthday paper-crafting inspiration!  Our design team and guests are revealing their creations for this month's design team challenge--to design the "Perfect Pair"--a birthday card and coordinating gift, tag or other presentation item.  

The DT Challenge!

We would love if you would join us in making a Perfect Pair of your own (upload to your blog or an online gallery with the keyword IHPBB10).  Be sure to post your link on Kate’s blog so we can see your project and enter your name in our challenge prize drawings.

Your Challenge Fun!

In addition to today's design team challenge, we have more fun tomorrow and on Thursday too!  But don't worry - you won't have to hop every day!  Tomorrow, Kate will be hosting a sketch challenge on her blog, and then Deb has another challenge for you on Thursday. Winners for each day will be randomly drawn from each day's entries, and everyone who plays along, either with the challenges and/or the scavenger hunt (more on that below) will be eligible for the grand prize drawing that will close the festivities on Friday.

The Scavenger Hunt!

Submitting your challenge projects is not the only way to win!
  Tucked into the text of today's blog posts we've provided clues to an easy scavenger hunt (most have to do with our favorite products and tools or hobbies and interests we have) and we invite you to play as you hop.   When you find the answer, click the link to visit the store and collect "evidence" that is listed on that particular product’s page.  When you are finished, email your complete list, in blog hop order, to Kate .  You can take your time and stretch the hop over the three days of our Birthday Bash celebration...it's not a race, but like any other sale, the earlier you shop, the better the selection!  Deadline to submit your scavenger hunt entry is Friday morning (10/22) at 3:00 am EST.

By participating in the scavenger hunt you'll receive an exclusive, one time use 20% off coupon code to use when you shop at i {heart} papers.  (This will be emailed to you after the Bash when entries are checked.)  You will also be entered for your chance to win the grand prize $50 gift certificate drawing on Friday. 
ALL orders placed during the Bash (Oct 19-21) will receive a free goodie bag of surprise merchandise.  The more you spend, the bigger your goodie bag!Also, there will be random drawings for additional prizes from our PaperCraft Planet group members, our mailing list (sign up on the right side of the homepage) and our fans on Facebook.  If you are on all three, then you’ve got triple the chances to win!

My Perfect Pair Birthday Project!
So now ~ at last ~ I am going to share my PERFECT PAIR for the Birthday Challenge!  It's a Cupcake in a Jar with a matching card & I'm super excited about it!  I used the fun Mint Motif stamps ~ Very Square for the patterns on the punched cupcake.  I stamped them with my favorite Palette Ink Pads.  These ink pads are great because they work with Copic Markers and they have beautiful colors to choose from.

And here is another view of my yummy Red Velvet Cupcake in a Jar! 
I found the idea on a fun party planning site called My Dream Party ~ so fun!


Supply List from i{heart}papers!
Stamps ~ Mint Motif (Very Square, Very Square Sentiments)
Pattern Paper & Border ~ My Minds Eye (Alphabet Soup Boy)
Ink {MY FAVORITE ~HINT HINT} ~ Palette ~ Water Lily Green, L'Amore Red, Burnt Umber.
Copic Markers ~ BG18, R27
Nestabilities ~ Circle, Big Scallop Circle (Large), Labels
Ribbon ~ White (Colored with my Copic Markers)
Embossing Folder ~ Quickuts (Small Dots)
Baker's Twine ~ Jillibean Soup
Gems ~ Hero Arts (Colored with my Copic Markers)


Your next stop on the hop is Kimber’s Blog.   
There's a list of all of the participating designers on  
Kate's blog just in case you get lost along the way!

Happy Birthday to i{heart}papers!


Monday, October 18, 2010

Snowman Wishes...

Happy Monday ~ I've been wanting to share this super cute project for weeks now, but I always seem to have something else that needs to go up.  Anyway, this adorable Tall Snowman single is from Lizzie Anne Designs and it's one of my favorite images this fall.   By the way ~ Lizzie Anne is currently having a sale on their Christmas images 20% off.

ETA: The pattern paper is the new Christmas collection from My Minds Eye called I Believe!

Sunday, October 17, 2010

EEEK!

Some spooky treats using the OCL sets On the Fence and Spooky Tags.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

OCL Sketch Challenge #35 - A little Late!

The weekly OCL sketch challenge came out yesterday, but I had something going up already, so decided to wait until today to show you my project.  I used the Be Jolly set along with some pretty paper from Fancy Pants.

Don't forget to post your project on the OCL Blog for a chance to win a free set!

Friday, October 15, 2010

LAD Mix It Up HOP!

Woohooo ~ It's the 15th ~ I love the 15th ~ Woohooo!  Yes it is once again time to show you the new Monthly Mix for November called The Key to Happiness.  I just adore this teapot image and the outline that goes with it.  I got out my handy-dandy Stamp-a-ma-jig to line it up & it worked beautifully.  You remember that tool way back in the drawer that you NEVER pull out ~ well pull it out because these stamps MUST be used together!  I also used the sketch from this week for the layout of my card.


Make sure you stop over at the Lizzie Anne Blog to see who all is playing along today for the Monthly Mix Hop!

Thursday, October 14, 2010

#1 Teacher

Our parent/teacher conferences are coming up in a few weeks and I know our teachers are feeling a little stressed out right now.  It will be several long days and maybe some unhappy parents.  So now might be a great time to send a little note of encouragement to your child's teacher for doing a great job!  I used this adorable school house image from the Sweet & Spooky Monthly Mix for October from Lizzie Anne Designs.  For the sentiment I used the School Days Set along with the Sketched Sentiments Set (Retired).

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Scrapping Again...

 Well I finished a project and IT FEELS GREAT!   We love to travel and whenever I get home from a vacation, I always take the time to organize, edit and print my photos.  Then I slide the photos into divided page protectors until I have a chance to scrapbook them.  I feel like if that part gets done, then we can at least look at the albums and enjoy the memories, even if the pages aren't finished. 

Well last week I needed a break from working on cards and decided it was time to pick up one of my trip albums and work on it.  I have been purchasing lots of different travel & camping scrapbooking supplies and had them in a box ready to go.  I decided to use the travel papers & embellishments from Little Yellow Bicycle and some camping papers from Bo Bunny ~ super cute and so easy to coordinate all of your pages.  I usually buy a few sheets of each of my favorite pattern papers, go through and pick out several colors of coordinating cardstock and then buy several coordinating items like sticker borders, sticker words, and chipboard embellishments. 

 
Below are the divided page protectors from We R Memory Keepers that I use ~ they come in several different layouts that fit all sizes of pictures, brochures and journalling blocks.   I always type up my journalling because it helps me remember more details, I can include more information and it just looks nicer.
I love adding the word stickers from the Little Yellow Bicycle travel line ~ they are the perfect touch.
If your picture doesn't fit correctly into the slot available, I usually either edit it in my photo software and change the direction, or I crop off any unnecessary background & make it fit.


Just make sure your pages and embellishments are pretty flat ~ otherwise they won't slide into the pockets.


Using stamps on your pages is perfect for this type of project.  Not only do they make great backgrounds, but you can use them throughout the pages of your album to coordinate your pages and keep things simple.


When your embellishments don't really match one of the events in your pictures, just pick out something that coordinates and go with it.  I didn't really want to use the travel papers with my zoo pictures, so I dug into my stash of goodies and found something that looked great with the rest of my album.


So those are just a few of the many pages I completed.  There are about 90 pages all together ~ some have more detail on them and some are all uncropped photos that were just slid into the pockets.  That's the beauty of these albums. 

I still have several more trip albums organized and ready to go ~ New York City (2007), Las Vegas (2007), Mexican Rivera Cruise (2005), New England Cruise (2008), and a Southern Caribbean Cruise from earlier this year.  The photos all sit in albums similar to this and are ready to go ~ now to find the time.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Pleated Ribbon Flower


Happy Tuesday ~ at least I hope it is for all of us!  I've been a bit down lately wondering if it's time to make some changes {creatively speaking}.  I saw a great card on Facebook yesterday by Susan Opel & it inspired me to try a technique I've been wanting to do ~ and I hoped it might get my juices flowing.

Anyway, I love all the ribbon and fabric flowers I've seen out there & thought this pleated ribbon from Maya Roads would work great for the technique ~ and it does! 

So how do you do it?  Here ya go ~ I simply started with a 2" cardstock circle and added a sheet of Scor-tape to it.  Then I started around the outside of the circle adding the pleated ribbon.  It works so well because it already has the breaks in the ribbon & turns beautifully.  Just keep wrapping the ribbon around toward the center and cut the ribbon.  Finish with a brad to hide the edge of the ribbon ~ Easy Peasy!

Supplies from i{heart}papers: Pattern Paper ~ Crate Paper (Restoration); Sentiment ~ Unity December Store Kit of the Month; Ink ~ Palette; Trim ~ Maya Road; Pleated Ribbon ~ Maya Road; Embossing Folder ~ Quickuts; Epoxy Brad ~ Basic Grey.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Ohhhh....SCARY!

Time for some scary fun since Halloween is fast approaching.  Are you ready?  I don't know about you, but I don't even have pumpkins yet!  I did manage to get my fall wreath on my front door, but that's about it.  Here's a cute and super easy decoration to stick some fun treats inside.  I used the Mummy X-ing set from Our Craft Lounge.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Halloween Candy Sticks!

Here are some quick and easy little treats for your little gobblins using the Spooky Tags & On the Fence sets from Our Craft Lounge .

Saturday, October 9, 2010

More Merry...

Here's a super quick Chrismtas card using the new October single from Lizzie Anne Designs called Vintage Merry Christmas.

Friday, October 8, 2010

OCL Sketch Challenge #34

I'm back with today's weekly OCL sketch challenge.  Today I used Merry Moose & a sentiment from the No Peeking set.  I also added some Brown Sugar & Coffee Bean Brown Sparkly Fluff to the cute little guy.  Make sure you add your link to the OCL Blog for a chance to win.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Today It's 3 Years at Lizzie Anne!

Hello Peeps!  I was searching for something on my blog the other day and came across the announcement I made 3 years ago today that I was joining the Lizzie Anne Designs Team.  What a wonderful day that was to be part of such a fantastic group ~ and I still feel that way today.  I just love the Lizzie Anne owners, the Designers, and of course, the wonderful products.   A special thanks to Tricia & Meridith for these last 3 years and I look forward to many more with you ~ {{{{hugs}}}}!

For my project for today, I used the typewriter and sentiment from the Sweet & Spooky Monthly Mix along with the Alphabet single ~ what a perfect match!  It's a super clean and simple card, but I really like how it turned out!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Sending Love in the Mail...

Here's a sweet little card I'm going to send to a friend later this week.  I used a few fun sets from Unity Stamp Company called Hodgepodge of Happiness and Quiet Essence for the background.


Supplies from i{heart}papers: Stamps ~ Unity Stamp Co (Hodgepodge of Happiness, Quiet Essence); Pattern Paper ~ Crate Paper (Restoration Collection); Ink ~ Palette; Copic Markers (RV34, RV21, YG25, C1); Nesties; Spica Glitter Pen - Blossom.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

More Halloween Fun!

Here's a fun card I made using the October Monthly Mix from Lizzie Anne Designs called Sweet & Spooky.  I also added in the witch hat from the Little People set. This fun pattern paper is by Little Yellow Bicycle.

It's a fun day at Lizzie Anne because we have two new designers joining us on the team.  For all the fun details, visit the LAD Blog.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Trick or Rice Krispy TREAT

My kids got these cute Halloween Rice Krispy Treats this weekend from their uncle, so of course I had to make a card and take a picture with them before they could eat them!  On the card, I used the new Lizzie Anne Designs Monthly Mix ~ Sweet & Spooky.  After I embossed the orange cardstock, I used one of the word stamps in the set and stamped them on the raised edge ~ got that idea from the October Paper Crafts issue.  Pretty cool huh?

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Sunday's Book Review

Hey Peeps ~ I know you've come here expecting a card or papercrafting project, but I've been doing a lot of reading lately & thought that every now and then I'd throw in some recommended reading.  I have been the library director of our chruch library for the past 10 years & have bought A LOT of materials for our shelves.  Now just so you know, our library is not a shelf of books in the hallway that collects dust ~ we have over 7,000 pieces in our beautiful facility & I am so blessed to be part of this wonderful ministry. 




So my very first recommendation is the book I just finished last night called While We're Far Apart by Lynn Austin.   It's a wonderful story that takes place during WWII that shows the many similarities between the Jewish and Christian faiths.  There are several main characters in this book and it's very interesting to watch them grow up and grow in their faith.   I highly recommend this book (as well as any other book by Lynn Austin). 
OK ~ I'm off to start a new book.  Happy reading!

Saturday, October 2, 2010

World Card Making Day!

Happy WCMD!  I hope you find some time to stamp or paper craft today!  As for me, I paper craft all week, so I'll probably take the day off to spend time with my family.  However, I do have a card to show you today from Lizzie Anne Designs using the new Sweek & Spooky Monthly Mix for October.   I also used the new yummy Autumn Mix Digital Paper Pack ~ which is FABULOUS!!!!  My blog is part of the WCMD Blog Tour ~ you can find the links HERE.

 


I also want to mention that Lizzie Anne Designs is offering FREE WORLD WIDE SHIPPING for World Card Making Day - today only!

No minimum purchase required. If you live in the US or Canada, use the code WCMD in the coupon code area on checkout. If you live in another international country, email us your order and we will send you bill via Pay Pal that includes free shipping! 

Lizzie Anne is also offering FREE WORLD WIDE SHIPPING on the Sweet & Spooky (October Monthly Mix set) for any NEW member who signs up for the club today! Sign Up HERE... registration must be on October 2nd to qualify.

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