Friday, October 19, 2012

Friday Fall Decor

Welcome to this Fabulous Friday post, coming to you courtesy of the Sisters in Stamping blog. Rachel is up this week and she has challenged us to make some Fall & Halloween Decor for you. Here is my project for this week--
I started my little paper broom with Stampin' Up!'s petal cone die. The broom base is in More Mustard. I made a broom handle with the new Cord'nations card stock and the Wood Grain embossing folder, attaching it to the cone by snipping a hole in the top and gluing the handle down into the cone.
Here is a closer look at the leaf decor--
 To make the broom part I cut strips of More Mustard card stock and curled them with a bone folder. This project is time consuming and a little tedious--but it turned out so cute, I think it was worth it!

Thank-you for coming by today! See you next week.

Happy Stamping, Karla c(:

Friday, October 12, 2012

Itty Bitty Punching on Friday

Hello! Thank-you for coming back. We all take turns picking our weekly Fabulous Friday post over at the Sisters in Stamping blog -- this week it's my turn, we are all doing projects with the Punch Packs from the Holiday Mini and the 2012-13 Idea Book & Catalog. Here is my project--
I used the four petal punch from the Itty Bitty Punch Pack. I used the Full Heart punch in white as my bottom layer just in case you could see between the little flowers, and it also serves as a guide for my little heart. I attached the flowers with mini glue dots and then places a small pearl in the center of each flower. This card looks pretty simple and easy, but let me tell you it's a little tedious with all of those little flowers and pearls! But it was worth it because I think it turned out very nice.

Happy Stamping!
Karla c(:

Friday, October 5, 2012

Spooky Spider for Sisters in Stamping Post

Hello- Friday once again! It's Debbie's week for the Fabulous Friday theme, here is my 3D Halloween Candy item for the Sisters in Stamping post.
This is called a 2/4/6/8 box. It's a 1/2 sheet of 8 1/2x 11 cardstock (5 1/2x 8 1/2) scored at 2", 4", 6" and 8". Then again along the long side at 1 1/2". Fold it up use some glue to put it together, cut a few notches in the side--there you go! I used the Stampin' Up! Spider Web embossing folder on it before I glued it together and the cute little spider comes for the Stampin' Up! set called Tricky Treats. Last but not least, the spider has some of the new Googlie Eyes from the Holiday Mini Catalog. I'm traveling to Wisconsin this week-end and this will be my 3D trade for my Meeting on Saturday.

Thanks for looking!
Karla c(: