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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Halloween Hello, Evergreen, & Label Love make & takes

Halloween Hello by Frankie White
Spending the weekend stamping with friends is a wonderful way to spend time. I adore Halloween! I know it's not a big card-sending holiday, but it's so much fun to make them - especially with this Halloween Hello set. Frankie's card uses Witches' Brew designer paper, the ultrafine orange glitter and Witches' Brew Designer Washi Tape in the Holiday Catalog, and burlap ribbon that was cut in half and then frayed. Those are glitter brads too.

Evergreen by Heather Williams
This card makes great use of paper scraps. On the right, there are smallish rectangles from the Seasons of Style designer series paper stack (page 22 in Holiday Catalog, $6.95 and Item 132181). It's a great way to get a variety of card-sized patterns for crafting.

Label Love by Mary Ann Huntington
This card is so simple and striking in person. It feels classy. The strips are from the Modern Medley dsp pack, with a bow of 1/8" Basic Black taffeta and a sentiment from Label Love punched with the Artisan Label punch.
I have more make and takes I'll take photos of tomorrow to share with you.
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My niece and I visited a local garage sale recently and found lots of cool tins. I thought I'd share a few with you today. I love the look of these. They'll hold anything too! If you'd like to see more of our vintage finds, please feel free to "Like" us on Facebook -


MiamiKel said...

I love cracker jacks!! They remain my fave treat still :) super find!

What a beautiful trio of cards!!

Donna Heber said...

Wonderful projects by your friends Terry! Wish you could come over and stamp with me :-) Your vintage tins are cute and will hold lots of embellishments!