How was your Halloween? I hope it was great.
It’s Lawn Fawn Sneak Peek time again.
Today, I’m sharing with you two projects made with the new Critters in the Snow set. This set and two more new Lawn Fawn sets go on sale at 12:01 a.m. EST on the 4th.
Meet sneaky peek #1.
Outside of the cloud, all the images and words on this one are from the new set. I had to resist everything in me to not try to get every single critter on this bag. I can’t get enough of the set’s cute little critters. 😉
And meet sneaky peek #2.
The deer and “deerie” are from the Critters in the Winter set. The “Merry Christmas” and bow are from Lawn Fawn’s Bows & Holly set.
To see some more peeks of this set in action, check out the blogs of the other Fawny girls:
That’s all for now! Be back tomorrow!
Happy Halloween! 🙂 Hope you are having a spooky kind of day.
I’ve got one not-so-spooky card to share with you today.
Meet today’s card.
This was a fun one to make. I combined a couple different Zva Creative embellishments – the pearl flourish and crystal frame.
Believe me, it looks all simple, but it is totally deceivingly simple. 😉 It was kind of like putting together a big puzzle when I made it. It took a little while to figure out how to cut the paper to follow the flourish and then to cut the flourish to fit in the frame.
The papers are from Melissa Frances’ Kitschy Kitchen collection. The sentiment is a sticker from SRM Press. And the flower and a brad are also from Zva.
Be back again later.
Thanks for stopping by.
First, meet today’s card.
Dummmm… dummmmm…. dummmmmmm. 😉
I scored one of those much talked about, much coveted Winter Wishes stamps from Unity that are on the newsstand copies of the Nov./Dec. issue of Paper Crafts.
Being one who can’t let a good stamp go to waste, I decided to work up a little set of mini notes with it. 😉 I also made purple, green, red and orange ones just like this one. Simple, easy and perfect the pile of gifts I will soon be wrapping up.
Second, I’ve got a peek of sorts to share with you. Really, it’s just an itsy bitsy, teeny tiny peek.
This is a card made with November’s Studio AE stamp set by Ali Edwards from Technique Tuesday. I’ll share the whole shebang next week. 😉
You can catch a couple more sneaky peeks of the set in action on my new friend Nichol’s blog by going here.
That’s all for now. Be back later, gators.
Thanks for stopping by.
Meet today’s card.
This is a little something I worked up the other day.
The skates and words are from Papertrey Ink’s super cute On Ice stamp set. The polkies are, too, from Papertrey. And the holly is from Technique Tuesday’s Good Cheer by Ali Edwards stamp set.
The twine is from the biggest cone of Baker’s Twine you have ever seen. 😉 Everything else is from the old stash-a-roo.
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PS…. Don’t miss out on the new call for submissions at Paper Crafts magazine. You can check it out by clicking here. The deadline is Nov. 8.
It’s time again for another Go-to Challenge. I know, you were waiting for it, right? Kidding. 😉
This month, we challenged each other to create something with stamps from My Stamp Box. We all just dig their stamps.
In case you are just tuning in, the Paper Crafts Go-to-Gals bound together and challenge each other once a month to make something with a certain manufacturer’s products. It’s just for a for-fun thing. It’s always fun to see what oneanother has come up with.
Enough background. Let’s get to the card.
Meet the card I came up with for the challenge. It’s also today’s card. 😉
I don’t know I love the color combo, but I was in the mood to break from the norm and try something different.
The cityscapes and words are from My Stamp Box’s Neighborhoods set. The patterned paper is from Echo Park Paper. The rest is from my stash-a-roo.
Be sure to check the blogs of Betsy, Kim H., Kim K. and Maren today to see what they came up.
That’s all for now. Be back again soon!
Yep! It’s a great day because I’ve got a couple prizes to give away.
First, the winners for the Zva Creative DT Blog Hop for October have been selected. And guess what? One of the five winners of $30 worth of Zva products came from this blog.
And that winner is….
drum roll please….
Congrats Margie! I’ll be in touch shortly to get your snail mail addy so Zva can send out your prize.
Be sure to check these Zva DT members’ blogs because the four remaining Zva winners can be found on them:
And how about that CKC-Seattle crop prize package of four T-shirts and four tickets to the Seattle crop?
A big thanks to everyone who took part by mentioning the convention!
The winner chosen at random is…
get ready for it….
Congrats to Danielle! I’ll be in touch shortly! 🙂
A big thanks to everyone who has stopped by the over the last few days. You all always have a way of making my days a little brighter!
It’s time again for another Zva Creative blog hop.
Today, the gang is teaming up again to share a project created using some of our favorite Zva Creative products. I hope you will take the time to join us.
The Blog Hop begins at Kim Hughes’ blog. You can get there by clicking here. She will have the complete list of all blogs that are participating in case there is a glitch along the way. If you would like to play along, I am linking to one of the Zva designers and that designer is linking to the next and so on. Be prepared to be inspired along the way. Hidden on 5 of the blogs is a Zva Creative prize package …YAY! Those blogs will be randomly chosen after the hop is over, so it’s important to leave a comment on as many blogs as you can along the way.
The Blog Hop starts now and runs through midnight US Eastern Standard Time on Tuesday, Oct. 26th and the 5 winners will be announced on Wednesday, October 27th on each of the five winning blogs. The full list will be found on Kim Hughes‘s blog as well (linked above). We will do our best to notify each winner, but it’s best if you can pop in to all of the blogs once again on Wednesday…plus, you never know what kind of inspirational creation that you may find there. All you need to do is leave a comment on this Zva Blog Hop post…you do not need to leave a comment on each and every designer’s blog post to qualify. But the more times you leave a comment along the blog hop path, the more chances you have to win.
Enough talk about the hop.
Meet my project and today’s card. 😉
The gold flourish is actually just one flourish that I cut into two pieces. Here’s a picture of what it looked like before I started assembling the card.
That’s all for now.
So I’m sending to you the next stop on the hop, which is the blog of the fabulous and super kind Angelica Franssen.
Take it away, Angelica!
Thanks for stopping by. Be back again later.