Thursday, October 29, 2009

Sweet Happy Halloween


This Halloween display is perfect to put on a mantle or your desk.

Paper: Fiskars Photo Memories card stock, Bazzill cardstock, cardboard
Stamps: K&Co., Studio G, $1 stamp
Embellishments: machine stitching, buttons, twine

Sweet Treats



These cute treat containers are made with:

Paper: Fiskars Photo Memories card stock, CTMH patterned paper, misc. patterned paper
Stamps: K&Co., The Paper Company and $1 stamp
Embellishments: CTMH button, CTMH spirls, CTMH Sassy Strands, ribbon,
Colored Pencils

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Sweet BOO! Card



This card was fun to create. The ghost is hand cut by me and the oval paper was distressed. Purple Glitter stickers by GCD Studios. Paper: Wausau, Recollections.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Sweet Card and a Decorative Sign

Trick or Treat!! I made this sign with my new GCD Purple Glitter stickers.

Bazzill cardstock, cardboard, $1 stamp, The Paper Company stamp, Basic Grey stamp, handmade bats, CTMH purple patterned paper, and ribbon.




This modern style card has my new GCD Studios Majestic Purples Rub-Ons.
Bazzill cardstock, white Recollections paper, brad and frosted tag.



Recycled: used an old greeting card as a base

Look What I Won!!

Thanks to GCD Studios!!! I am a fan/follower on their blog. Their product is so great and of great quality, love it. I've made several cards with this collection. I will be sharing now and some later. Magestic Purples, Enjoy!!




Saturday, October 17, 2009

HAPPY SWEETEST DAY

When: Third Saturday in October

Now here is a day dedicated just for your sweetie. It exists as an opportunity for you to recognize that sweet and special someone. It doesn’t matter who that person is, or what their relation to you. They just have to be "sweet" in order to get a little recognition.

Herbert Birch Kingston, a Cleveland, Ohio philanthropist and candy company employee started Sweetest Day. He wanted to bring happiness to orphans, shut-ins and under-privileged. His intent was to show these people that they were not forgotten. In 1922, he started this holiday by giving candy and small gifts. He often used movie stars to distribute the gifts.

The popularity of this holiday quickly spread. Today, is celebrated with loved ones and friends. However, we encourage you to follow the intent of the original holiday, and find ways to give candy and small gifts to those in need.

I got this from the Holiday Insight site.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Sweet Birthday Card

This Happy Birthday card represents sweet growth; the tree, the apples. I love the color combo, the browns, pink and aqua blue. I recycled a ugly store bought card that I would never use and just covered the front and back. Also, used a piece of cardboard from some packaging. Stamped the tree and sentiment on it. Enjoy!!






Paper: Carolyn Gavin Greenhouse, white cardstock, recycled cardboard and greeting card
Stamps: CTMH Annotations - Happy Birthday, Studio G - tree
Other: ribbon