I love getting together with members of my American Ink downline to stamp, swap card ideas, share stamping tips and tricks, eat and chat. It's always a good day when we're together! It's already been almost 2 weeks since our last demo meeting, so I'm a bit late with these swaps, but I wanted to share.
Above, Frankie CASE'd a punch art bird card (who doesn't love punch art?) with 1-3/8" and 1-1/4" and 1" circle punches, and the Bird Builder punch.
Ginette's Melon Mambo card used the Fancy Fan embossing folder, butterflies and rhinestones.
Mary Ann used the Label Thinlit to create an adorable Halloween card inside and out in Pumpkin Pie and Basic Black.
The ghosts are simply upside down owls from the Owl Builder Punch!
Now for my share today, I have this eerily cool Halloween spool doll my friend Kim made me. The wooden spool has black ribbon on it, with a little African pod that looks like a tiny pumpkin. How cute is that? Kim went all out on the distressed tulle (with a heat gun) and black glitter on the detailed wings behind the torso. The front and back are stamped! One more homemade Halloween decoration to add to my collection. I love it!