Hello, and welcome to October Kit Cat Sunday! This was my month to host the Kit Cat Challenge Club! Boy, did I ever have fun shopping and planning the kit for this! I've always wanted to do an altered frame, but had never tried it until now. I managed to challenge myself, and I hope the rest of the Cats were challenged too! I sent out kits which included a wooden frame, assorted DP, stamped images from Peachy Keen Stamps, a glue stick, a nail file (yep!), and a few assorted embellishments that the girls could choose to use, or not. The sky is the limit with our projects, as long as the main subject, or theme is followed through. I've seen one other Kit Cat Creation today, done by Jeanette and I see that Michelle has hers uploaded now. Be sure to check out the links below to all of the awesome Kit Cat projects. What a wonderful treat!!!
I chose this great striped paper from Bo Bunny, and I used lots of Tim Holtz distressing ink in Vintage Photo for the edges, and I actually used it as stain on the back of the wooden frame. The images were all colored with my SU inks and aquapainter. I made some grass to sit the jack-0' lantern on, found an old button in my stash for the star, and finished off with this great SU ribbon of which I frayed the edges. The BOO... and EEK! are glitter stickers. All in all, this was really a very simple project that did indeed make me think outside of the box. What a great gift this would make for someone special!! I really do have Halloween photos to use, but they weren't handy, and this little picture of Tanner and Gracee fit perfectly. Good heavens!! Is he cheesing it up, or what? They are so funny. That is actually a picture of them modeling the duds they wore for Tyler's wedding. They were so cute!!!
Please be sure to check out what the rest of the Crafty Kit Cats have been up to:
Thank you so much for stopping by today! It's a beautiful Fall day outside, and I hope your day is beautiful too! Enjoy, and happy stampin'!