Monday, September 27, 2010

Halloween Workshop

Fall is  my favorite time of year and one of the things I love about it (besides the beautiful Montana weather) is Halloween.  My intent was actually to do a little more but I was sick for the last week with a horrible cold so I didn't get as much done as I wanted and the creativity has to be credited to Annette Green--a fellow consultant who is extremely talented!!  Below is a picture of all the projects --  3 cards, a candy bar treat holder and a  coffin.  The template for the coffin was from Martha Stewart's downloads.  Even if you are not a fan of Martha Stewart, her video is a hoot!

Colors used for the projects was Indian Corn Blue, Goldrush and Black CS and Inks.

Recipe:  The Boo Crew Stamp Set various other stamp sets for random stamped area; Sunset Exclusive Ink (EI) pad and marker; Moonlight White Brilliance pad (for polkadots); Black waxy flax; black polka dot organza ribbon.
Recipe:  Spellbound Stamp Set; Pewter brads; black ribbon; sizzix top note die.

Recipe:  Captured Moments and Beware Stamp Sets; Vellum for punched out ghost; wooden ghost charm; pewter brads; Cuttlebug Embossing Folder; White Daisy Pigment (EI) ink and clear embossing powder; Pearl Opaques; black gingham ribbon; staples.

Recipe:  Spellbound and Party Animal stamp sets; colonial white and Grey Flannel papers; cranberry and sunset EI; retired CTMH cloud stencil; Martha Stewart Fence punch; Licorice Opaques; Liquid Glass

I just LOVE this little party animal guy!  Isn't he the cutest?

Recipe:  Thriller and Beware Stamp Sets, Hooligans Paper Pack; Brilliance Cosmic Copper Ink; Liquid Glass; Sparkles; twine

Now "Gramma" is off to help the granddaughters make their own Halloween creations!

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