Monday, September 27, 2010

My Pink Designer - Spooky Puns projects!

Hi everyone!  I had sooooo much fun playing with the new My Pink Stamper 'Spooky Puns' stamp set!!!!
These are the cards I came up with!  I love these stamps!!

Spooktacular card:
I used the mini monsters cartridge to cut Frankenstein out at 3 inches.  The face was stamped using Peachy Keen's monster mash assortment. I stamped the sentiment right onto the orange ribbon and used Glossy Accents on the spider, and on Frankensteins hair, shoes, and tie.


Here are some closeups so you can see how I pop-dotted these.



Have a 'Boo-tiful day! card:
I used the Paper Doll Dress Ups cartridge to cut out the ghost and the tree.  The ghost was cut at 4 inches and I used my Gypsy's hide contour feature so the face lines wouldn't cut (so I could use the peachy keen face stamp!)  I also used my Gypsy to make the tree a little narrower.  (2.86 Width x 3.90 Height) I covered my Ghost with Glossy Accents!


Here are some close-ups:



Trick-or-Treat Monster card:
I cut this monster at 3 inches and the Trick-or-Treat bag at 4 inches from the Paper Doll Dress ups cartridge.  I used my gypsy to do the hide contour on both cuts so that I would just get the outline.  I also cut a paper doll body out at 3 inches in green.  Then I cut the arms off and positioned as shown in the picture below.  The face stamp is from Peachy Keen.

Don't you love all of the fun sayings on the Spooky Puns set?!?!?!?!

I used the Glossy Accents to go over the stamped sentiments and to cover the whole "EEEEEK!" sentiment.  



I used white core cardstock and sanded the edges of each piece.  For the green striped pattern on the bottom, I took sanded green strips of paper and adhered them to the black cardstock. Then I used my white gel pen to make the faux stitching.


Click HERE to see a video showing how to use the hide contour feature on the Gypsy and how to do the faces of the monsters with Peachy Keen stamps.  

If you would like to buy just one or two of the smaller items in My Craft Store, email me for cheaper shipping!!  :-)
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Be sure to check out all of the other wonderful projects the Design Team came up with using the Spooky Puns Stamp set!

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Thanks!

Just wanted to take a minute to thank all of you for following my blog and especially for all of the sweet comments you make!! You make me smile! Check back tomorrow for 3 new cards!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Peachy Keen challenge #37 and EAD challenge- Counting my blessings

I am really loving my Peachy Keen face stamps!  Here is my take on the challenge Peachy Keen is having along with a couple of other challenges:


The pilgrim girl and the leafs are cut from the Paper Doll Dress Ups cartridge. The Stamped sentiment is from My Pink Stamper and the face is from Peachy Keen's Everyday Character face parts set. The patterned paper is from Crate Paper and I distressed the edges with a paper edge distresser. Everything was inked with Walnut Ranger Distress ink

Here are some close ups:


Tuesday, September 21, 2010

My Pink Stamper Design Team Project!

I wanted to make some cards from the mini monsters cartridge that were NOT Halloween.  Soooo,  here is what I came up with:


'Sorry I froggot':  (Mini Monsters, My Pink Stamper 'More Punny licious', Glossy accents, cardstock, twine)


I used the card feature on the mini monsters cartridge and cut it at 5 1/2 inches.


"Hugs to you":  (Mini Monsters cartridge, My Pink Stamper (Everyday life) stamps,Peachy Keen Monster Mash face stamp, patterned cardstock (Crate paper), cardstock, ribbon from my stash, corner rounder, glossy accents, white gel pen)


The card is 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches.  I cut the cute monster out at 3 1/2 inches. Scroll down to see a video showing how I did the face on this cute monster!



'Happy Bird-day':  Mini Monsters cartridge, My Pink Stamper stamps (Tweetie Hoo Puns), white gel pen, cardstock, black twine and ink.



I used the card feature for this card:


Here is a video showing how I did the 'Hugs to You' Monster face with face stamps, a white gel pen, and glossy accents:



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Be sure to check out the other Design Team projects over at My Pink Stamper.  They are fabulous!!

Friday, September 17, 2010

Peachy Keen Friday Challenge - Halloween Treat box

Hey everyone!  I just bought a bunch of Peachy Keen face stamps and I am having a blast!   They are sooooo cute!  So, I thought I would join in the face challenge at Peachy Keen today. I used the Monster Mash face assortment, My Pink Stamper Stamps (Spooky Puns), and the Mini Monsters Cricut cartridge.  The monster is cut at 3.5 inches.


Here is a close up:


Here is a video showing how I did the face on the monster!



Supplies I used:


Here is a photo tutorial showing how I made this box/basket:

Cut a 6x6 piece of cardstock and score at 2 inches and at 4 inches.  Turn and score at 2 and 4 inches again.


Cut as shown in picture below:

fold on score lines:


Fold center up and bring both sides up to meet in a point:



Cut a 1/2 " by 10" strip of cardstock for handle.  Staple or attach with a brad:


For the hot pink ruffled edge, cute crepe paper (the kind you use to decorate for a party) in half lengthwise with decorative edge scissors.  Then I ran a strip of glue with my glue runner all along the inside top edge and then gathered the crepe paper as I went, fastening it to the glue strip.



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Have a great weekend!!

Friday, September 10, 2010

Best 'Witches' to you! - shape card

Good morning! I was soooo excited to get the My Pink Stamper "Spooky Puns" stamps in the mail this week, that I had to make this card!  I also used the Mini Monsters Cartridge, my Halloween Stickles set, Glossy accents, ribbon, and my white gel pen. This card was super easy to make!  Scroll down to see a video tutorial!




Here are some close up shots:




Here is the video showing how I made this card:



Have a great day!!

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Winner!! - Halloween Stickles & Lower price on kits!

Thanks for all of your very helpful (and sweet) comments!  The winner is . . . . . . . . . . .

Congratualtions Glora!!!

Email me with your address and I will get that right out to you!

I have lowered the price on my scrapbook kits!!!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Exciting News! - My new craft store - humble though it may be :-)

Hi everyone!  Many of you have asked me where I buy some of the great products that I use in my projects.  I thought it would be fun to have a 'Blog Store' that includes some of my favorite products!  Soooooo, today is the grand opening!  I have 2 scrapbook kits available and some other fun things.  Scroll down to watch videos showing my first 2 kits and the products I have in stock right now!

To celebrate, I am giving away a Stickles Halloween set!

Just leave a comment and contact info on any of today's posts. Be sure to let me know what you think of my new 'blog store' including products you would like me to stock in the future!

Grand opening video:



I am excited to be able to show you how I use each of the products that I carry in my store in fun new projects!  I try to keep my prices in line with other online stores and my local craft stores. Because I use Paypal, your financial info is safe and secure (I don't even see it!)  All credit card transactions take place on Paypals website.  :-) 

Click here to visit My Craft Store! (or you can just click on the tabs at the top of my blog!) 

Kit #1 - Cute as a Bug!

If this kit looks familiar, it is because I posted pictures a couple of months ago.  :-)

This kit comes with cardstock, ribbon, Crystal Stickles (0.5 oz), the cute ruffle borders and all of the cute die-cut bugs already finished.  All you have to do is matte your photos with the cardstock in the kit and glue everything in place!  How easy is that?!?!








Watch this video to see what comes in this kit!:



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Kit #2 - Animal Train

I love this kit and I hope that you do to!  It would be perfect for a day at the zoo, at the park, or just enjoying a sunny day outside.  :-)

This kit comes with Cardstock, Jute twine, Ranger distress ink (walnut), Pop-it foam squares, and all of the cute die-cut animals and train cars already finished.  I have even done some stamping for you! All you have to do is matte your photos and assemble the pages!  How easy is that?!?!?! ($25.00 plus shipping).





Watch this video to see what is in this kit!:



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