This card was a CASE of one that we did at Nancy Williams house for our Downline Stamping Night on October 20th! Thanks, Nancy for the inspiration for this quick and easy, card.
Stamp Sets: Baroque Motifs, Holidays & Wishes
Cardstock: Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Confetti Cream, Pumpkin Pie
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Close to Cocoa
Accessories: Punches - Wide Oval Punch, Word Window, Large Oval, Sponges (sponge edges of pumpkin pieces with close to cocoa ink).
This 6x6 brag book page was designed from an example on the SU website. I am trying hard to utilize more of the workshop wizard templates they provide for us, and I'm finding them to be a very helpful resource. The photo is one of my sister Angie's kids from Halloween last year. Aren't they CUTE?!!!!!
Stamps: Haunting Wheel, House of Haunts
Paper: Lovely Lilac, Whisper White, Tangerine Tango, Kiwi Kiss
Accessories: 1 3/4 Circle Punch, Tangerine Tango Striped Grosgrain Ribbon
Ink: Lovely Lilac, Basic Black
For our final stamp club project, we made these adorable little diaper fold pouches, inspired by (of course), my dear friend Paola who held a diaper fold pouch swap on splitcoaststampers that I participated in. These little cuties were made from 6x6 paper, but they can be made from any size square sheet of paper to vary the size of the pouch. The bigger the paper...the bigger the pouch! They really are easy to make, and they make wonderful gift holders!!! The adorable little bat is made with the scalloped square punch, and this wonderful idea came from Jill Hilliard on her blog, Jill's Card Creations. She has a fantastic blog that I love to visit regularly!!
Paper:Ghostly Greetings (6x6)
Punches: 1 3/4 Circle Punch, Scalloped Square Punch
Accessories: White Gel Pen
OMG, Lorie! You have just totally inspired me with that pumpkin card - not the pumpkin part, but that baroque scroll on green paper! I'm casing!!!!!
Catherine's got it! I love your FAT FAT FAT pumpkin!
I just looked at it and thought CUTE littel FAT pumpkin! Pumpiekins should be FAT!! LOL!!
Love it all~
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