Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Witch's Hat Halloween Treat Holder

Hi Everyone!
I've got another treat holder for you today!
Check out this adorable witch's hat:
Be sure to watch my Video Below on how to put these together! 
These are so quick and easy, it'll make your head spin! (Hahaha)
Just pinch the top to put in your treats...or more importantly get them out!
So Fun!!!

 Here's one I made with Elegant Eggplant for the belt and 
Silver Glimmer Paper for the buckle

This idea comes from Julie Davidson. Thanks Julie!
 Cut a piece of Basic Black cardstock 4 1/4" X 11. 
 Cut a 1" X 5 1/2" strip of  Basic Black cardstock. 
 Cut a strip of Spooky Night Designer Series Paper 1" X 5 1/2".  
 You will also need a scrap piece of Cajun Craze for the buckle.
For Complete Instructions:


Supplies Used:
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Sunday, September 24, 2017

Halloween Test Tube Treat Holders

Hello Friends!
Today I have this super cute 
Test Tube Treat Holders for Halloween!

Here I've used Labels to Love for the bats and tag, along with Spooky Night DSP.

This one uses the Festive Phrases stamp set and the Spooky Night DSP
The "Treats" are Orange Tic Tacs.

Check out the video:
Link to video if viewing via email: https://youtu.be/XjxavgVwU88


Cardstock Base:  9 1/2" X 3".  Score At: 1 1/8", 4 1/4", 6 1/4", 7 1/2", 8 5/8".
3 DSP Panels:  2 7/8" X 1 1/16"
Use 3/4" circle punch for the holes. On the 8 5/8" section, cut away a little bit so the punch will reach into the next section.  on the 7 1/2" section, line entire piece up on the 3" side, move it over to the 1 1/2" mark, then poke a hole to find the center.  Bring first or top section to overlap the 7 1/2" section, (it will not lay flat) line it up by using the bottom score line, insert circle punch, using the mark made for center, center the punch and punch out both holes.


Supplies Used:

I would like to thank Rachel Tessman for this cute idea!

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Coloring Tips on Whisper White and Very Vanilla Cardstocks

Hi Friends!
I promised a coloring tutorial from the Z Fold Spinner Card
so here it is!
Here is the video:
I apologize that it is upside-down.  I honestly don't know what I did wrong!  I'm a newbie to videos so hang in there with me! :)

Don't miss the video on how to make this 
Cute Z Fold Spinner Card
Complete supply list for the card is HERE
Supplies used for coloring:

Z Fold Spinner Card

Hi Everyone!
Today I have an adorable and super easy fun fold card!
This adorable Z Fold Spinner card is not only super cute, but super easy!
Here is the Video:

Also Don't miss the coloring tutorial that goes along with this video!
Watch it HERE
See the blog post Here


Card Dimensions:

Base: 8 1/2" X 5 1/2",  Score at 4 1/4" and 2 1/8"

Layer 1:  4" X 5 1/4"

DSP (layer 2):  3 3/4" X 5"

Back of card Panel (optional) 4" X 5 1/4"
Supplies Used:
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Have a great day!

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Just Use the Paper!

Hi Everyone!
Today I'd like to share with you how easy and fun it is to create a card when you use the
Spooky Cat Designer Series Paper.

For these 2 cards, I've used elements from the paper as my inspiration!
For the Owl Card, the spooky tree and big moon are a 3" X 3" section of the paper.  So on this one sheet of paper, you get 16 backgrounds!
All I had to do was stamp the owl and sentiment, then color his beak and talons with a Pumpkin Pie marker.  I did use our Black Archival ink pad so I could achieve the crisp, dark image.
For the cat, I punched her out using the new Cat Punch and Spooky Cat stamp set. 
(These are offered  in a bundle: the Spooky Cat stamp set and Cat Punch, which saves you 10% when you buy them together).
 Once again, I've simply cut the jack-o-lanterns,  her hat and scarf from the same pack of DSP.
I've done some dimensional layering on both:
I used a sponge dauber and our White Craft ink around the edges of the cat.  I could have also simply punched the cat out directly from the DSP.  I only punched her from black cardstock because I wanted her facing this way.


Card Base: 5 1/2" X 8 1/4", scored at 4 1/4", and folded in half.

Pumpkin Pie Embossed Layer ( Woodlands Embossing Folder) 4 " X 5 1/4"

Black Layer: 3 1/4" X 3 1/4"

Spooky Night DSP (2): 3" X  3" Cut 1/4" off of each side for the top one.


Card Base:  5 1/2" X 8 1/2", scored at 4 1/4", and folded in half.

DSP Layer:  4 " X 5 1/4"

Black Layer:  3 1/4" X 3 1/4"

Spooky Night DSP:   3" X  3"

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Have a great day!


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