Thursday, September 22, 2011

Pumpkin Treat Card

Good Fall Morning everyone!  Today I have a great fall project to share with you.  I have posted a tutorial for it HERE.  On the Scor-Pal blog we are doing a cross-promotion with Glue Arts so we had to use both products on our card.  Of course, I used my Scor-Pal and then I used Glue Arts foam sheet to complete my project.  I was really easy to work with!

Here is a look at the inside.  It holds a delicious Ghiradelli chocolate (Thanks Lisa M!)

A side view.  I used the Heartswirl Doohickey die from Magnolia for the tendrils.

Thanks for stopping by today, I had a great time visiting with you!

Monday, September 12, 2011

Scor-Pal/Unity Stamps Blog Hop!!

Hi everyone!!  Welcome to another wonderful Blog Hop featuring Scor-Pal and Unity Stamps.  There are some awesome prizes to be won so be sure to check out the Scor-Pal Blog to find out all of the details.

I chose to make a box that hold 3" x 3" cards.  The tutorial for the box is HERE.  I made a selection of 3" x 3" cards to go inside, all similar to the one shown.  I just love this paper, I beleive it was Heide Grace and I have to say that it goes absolutely perfect with the stamps!  The stamp set is Birds of a Feather from Unity Stamps.  It really is a great set and includes 7 stamps!  I colored the cute little birdies with copic markers.

Here is a quick view of the back, so you can see how darn cute the paper is! 

Your next stop is the Scor-Pal Blog!  I hope you have a great time hopping and good luck!!


Monday, September 5, 2011

A NEW CHALLENGE!! Scor-Pal September Designer Challenge!

Hi everyone!  I am super excited to introduce a brand new monthly challenge!  The Scor-Pal Blog is starting a new monthly challenge this month.  This month's theme is "Out of the Box", basically we want you to make a project with your Scor-Pal that is a box.  I chose to make a mini chest of drawers with Halloween Mini Magnolia's


The height of the chest of drawers is 6", each drawer is 2" x 2".  On the top I created a stair step to attach my images to.  I used Mini Edwin Mummy, Mini Bat Tilda and Mini Witch Tilda with Pumpkins.  I colored them with my copics.  Here are a few more views:

The bling and bats (drawer pulls) are from Michaels Recollection collection.  I tore a piece of gauze and dyed it black to use as my "ribbon".

Thanks for stopping by and I hope I have inspired you to make a box and enter it into our challenge!