Hey everyone. I’m mixing it up today and sharing not a craft project but some Halloween food my sister and I made for my daughters’ Halloween parties. Yeah, that wasn’t a typo…I hold 2 separate parties. I know. I’m crazy but we hold one on Friday night with a sleepover for my youngest daughter and one on Saturday night with a sleepover for my oldest daughter. Each party has about 10 girls. This was the 6th year we’ve done this. The girls had a blast. We played Minute to Win it games, made slippers, watched movies, and of course ate gross looking but yummy food. Happy Halloween !
Meatloaf Mice on a bed of Maggots
Hi everyone. Hope you all had a wonderful Labor Day. It rained all day for us. All the rain allowed me to spend some much need time cleaning my house and crafting in my craft room. I was up for another challenge, so I decided to do another Peachy Keen challenge – this time it was for the Let’s Face it Friday challenge. Our challenge was to create a school related project to give to a teacher. I was dying to use my new Webster’s papers so I decided to do a vintage notebook and flower pencil. This is my first project with Websters Pages paper and I must confess, I love, love, love their papers!! They even had some vintage school themed papers in my 6×6 kit….woot! I used my favorite PK stamps — the Everyday Faces. Cannot go wrong with that set! Check out my video to see all the products used in this project as well as how to create the flower pencil. Enjoy!
I apologize for the quality of the following pictures. It rained all day (actually for the past several days) and I couldn’t get outside to take pictures in the sunlight.
Hi everyone! School is back in session — can you believe it! Where did the summer go??? Well it’s official, I no longer have any children in elementary school. My youngest started Junior High last week. She absolutely loves Junior High. Wow, she is so grown up now. Even though school has just started, I wanted to share with you a card I made for graduation. I used the cowgirl boot on the Old West cartridge and welded it on my Gypsy. I inked everything up with Walnut distressed ink from Tim Holtz. The boot image on the inside of the card came from the internet and I colored it with my Copics. I loooooove my Copics and have quickly become addicted to them! I’m entering this card in Crafty Sprouts shape card challenge. Wish me luck!
I have another Michaels and Joann haul for you. Got some great deals and am so excited that I finally have a Copic collection!! Enjoy.
How neat is this card!!! It was very easy to make and it is a Cricut’less card. I just followed Stamp with Tami’s YouTube video. I didn’t have the exact stamping and ink supplies she had so I just used what was in my stash. For the ink, I used my ColorBox inks and for the palm trees, I found a clip art image on the internet and printed it onto a plain piece of white cardstock. I wish I had some black small buttons to put on the card, but I didn’t. I’ll have to run to the craft store and pick up some. Super cute and super easy! Enjoy!
I’m so excited to share my very first mini album with you. I’ve been wanting to do one for a while and finally got up enough nerve to to do one after watching a ton of them on YouTube. I’m soooo addicted to making these now!! I cannot wait to make my next one. I’m already gathering a new stash of embellishments for it. Hope you enjoy my video.
Hi everyone! Hope you all are having a great 4th of July weekend. The weather here has been really nice so far. I hope the weather is good tomorrow too as I want to go to the barn with my girls to ride our horses. In the meantime, I have the fifth and final installment to my Imagine More Cards series. I’ve created a gift bag to put all the cards from this series into. I hope you have enjoyed it. Please leave comments.