I got these two designs for the cover of my cards from two different people off Splitcoast. I can't take credit for the front of my card. What I did add to it was the bottle cap necklaces that I did in a class with a few of the neighborhood kids.
I thought with the test tube filled with candy corn, the card and necklace would make a cute gift pack for someone.
I used the retired SU set Twick or Tweet. This is such a cute set for kids.
By the way, I used My Digital Studio to create this little collage. Just think what you could do with your pictures and this digital program. I'm lovin' it!
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How cute is this calendar for a teacher or a gift to someone special. We'll be making a coordinating gift box to go with this calendar. How beautiful. This project was done using the easel card technique. I just made my dimensions bigger. This class is on November 23, 2009, just in time for the holidays. You can pick your time of 10 a.m. or 7 p.m. Also let me know what color you would like to make your project in: Ruby Red, Mellow Moss, or Night of Navy.
Here's the pretty gift box you'll be making for your calendar.
Here's all the cards you'll be making. All you do is insert each month as you go. We'll be stamping each month with all different sets, some retired, some not. There's also a few techniques thrown in there, too.
Lastly, what are you going to do once the year is through with this beautiful card? Well, at the end of December you'll be turning that card over and adding a special picture. You then can leave it on your desk. How cool is that? Love it.
Did you notice, too, on the card is a poem about the four seasons by Tammy White, just to keep in the spirit for the year.
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I'm attending a party today at one of my friends and thought I would make her something to thank her for having me. With Halloween coming up, I thought she and the children would enjoy this filled with candy.
Stamp Sets: House of Haunts (111574) and Twick or Tweet (116497)
Paper: Pumpkin Pie, Black, Whisper White
Ribbon: Striped Pumpkin Pie (110715)
I stamped the ghosts from the Twick or Tweet stamp set all over the Pumpkin Pie paper.
I stippled the background for the haunted house Summer Yellow and Pumpkin Pie ink, and for the bottom by the gravestones I stippled Old Olive and Always Artichoke
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