Thursday, October 23, 2008

Ready for Halloween

Dave jokingly thinks that this is true. Or does he?
Want some candy little boy? . . . . .

I put this vinyl on the front door of my apartment.
Too funny!

Halloween Card

This is the Halloween card that I made this year to send to friends and family. All of the stamps are from retired Stampin' Up sets. But I love them still.
The spider web is embossed in clear.

All Stampin' Up unless otherwise stated
Stamps: Bitty Boos, Web wishes, Bitty Boos Too
Ink: Black craft ink
Paper: Ghostly Greetings DSP, Black, Lovely Lilac, WW, Green Galore
Misc: scallop edge punch, Scallop square punch, 1" round punch, 1 ¼ round punch, Pumpkin pie ribbon, clear embossing

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Need to make something

I have been restraining myself from making anything. I have decided to get my craft room organized before I start any new projects. I will be finished soon. Which is good because I need to make my Christmas card designs for my annual Christmas card "Stamp-A-Stack". I saw another blogger who has a "Christmas card banquet". I guess it could be described as a "buffet" of cards. So keep watching. I have the ideas in my head, I will get them finalized soon!

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Sallie's workshop Sept 30th

Sallie hosted a workshop last night. It was a lot of fun.
Thanks Sallie!
Here is a picture of one table of ladies working diligently on their make and takes.
This cute little guy belongs to Cynthia (Sallie's sister)
He has the cutest curls!
He likes that banister....

St George Get-Together Swaps

My friend Patty wanted me to load this swap on my blog for future reference. So here he is Patty.
He is so cute. The lady that made him was staying in the same motel that I was. She was down in the lobby putting them together the night before.

Kandi, one of the women that were at my table (photo in previous post), made this sock monkey treat. The little banana candy is the cutest!

More swaps A close up of 2 of them.I ran out of swaps and took some pictures of some others. Lot's of good stuff.