I was up on the My Mind's Eye Blog the other day with my Pinspired Product. I was inspired by an amazing layout (see the MME Blog for more details) and came up with this card. I used the Cut & Paste Charm collection. The hole panel is one I created for my Silhouette, I placed the bits of paper down behind the holes, lifted up the hole panel, stitched over the circles then mounted the panel on foam tape. I then added one of the awesome coordinating stickers and cut the word 'be' with my Silhouette.
I was up on the SRM Stickers Blog the other day with these little halloween treat bags and I thought I would share them here too. I used some of the Glassine Bags and decorated them with the Thirty One collection by Pebbles, along with some twine and the We've Got Your Border - Halloween stickers. I created the little panels by themselves first (doing all the stitching and such) then adhered them to the front of the bags. The size of these are perfect for a few little treats or for holding a gift card.
I cut the spider with my Silhouette
The bats are from a Martha Stewart punch, and are just layered over some punched circles and then stitched.
I have 3 cards up on the Hampton Arts Blog today and this cupcake style card is one of them. I used the Jinger Adams All Occasion Card Kit which made putting this together very easy! To see the rest of the cards, please hop on over to the Hampton Arts Blog.
I played with some new My Mind's Eye the Happy Haunting collection to create this fun card with a not so cute spider on it ;) I used my Chic & Scary Cricut cartridge to cut the web and the spider. The web border punch is by Martha Stewart. I have used the 3 Dimensional stickers, the 6 X 6 pad and the brads to create this card.
I am playing along with this skerch from Seize the Sketch:
I am very excited to share that I submitted my first few cards to Scrapbook & Cards Today and was lucky to get this sweet little spider card picked up for publication! I created it with the Tricks & Treats collection by Pebbles along with some May Arts net ribbon and jute twine and a flashcard from Pretty Little Studio. I cut the web and spider with my Silhouette. I love the tulle bow on her head.
I pulled out the colors, fall, and was inspired by the scattering of the berries and thus I chose the polka dot paper. I used the Reflections Fall collection by Echo Park along with some burlap ribbon by May Arts.
I didn't have a lot of photos from last week so I just did a page and a half rather than 2 full pages, and I am ok with that ;) Some weeks are like that and I am not going to stress myself out about it. I also kept this week pretty simple as far as embellishments and such. I used my Photo Freedom Volume 2 by Echo Park - which of course makes this very easy to do. I have also used some Technique Tuesday stamp sets.
And the back side of the half page. Not an exciting week, but then again... we live a pretty simple life - especially with just the three of us and 2 cats in the house now.