Sunday, September 30, 2012

CTMH - October SOTM Blog Hop

Welcome to the October Stamp of the Month blog hop.  Whether you're starting here or you hopped over from Kami's blog, you're right on track to see a ton of fun ideas featuring S1210 Very Merry Christmas.

Christmas is such a busy time so I love to create quick and easy projects and this set really helps you make something gorgeous in just minutes.

Supplies Used:

  • Z1738 Colonial White Die-Cut Cards and Envelopes
  • X7162B Pear & Partridge Paper Packet
  • Z1752 Clear Assortment 
Now it's time to hop on over to Adeline's blog to see what she has created.

Thursday, September 06, 2012

CTMH Cricut Artiste Swing Cards and Video featuring Moonlight Paper Pack

More Halloween fun!  I love making cards for holidays when cards aren't expected!  It's a fun surprise for your friends, family and co-workers and these cards are so quick and easy, you'll want to make them for all the ghouls and vampires in your life.

Check out my video to see how these cards "swing" open!  

Products Used:

  • Close To My Heart Cricut Artiste Cartridge
  • C1522 Creepy Creatures stamp set
  • X7161B Moonlight Paper Pack
  • Black Stamp Pad
  • Markers: Smokey Plum and Olive
Need any of the products featured?  I'd love it if you'd purchase them from me!  Visit my website for quick and easy online shopping!

Wednesday, September 05, 2012

CTMH Halloween Display Tray featuring Moonlight Complements

I was so excited when I saw all the fun Halloween supplies in our Idea Book/Catalog. It was really hard not to immediately begin creating!  I know it's still a little early, but October will be here before you know it and October 1st is the day I start decorating my office!

This project was so quick, easy and fun and I am making it EVEN easier for all my customers.

All you have to do is buy the display tray ($19.95) and the Moonlight Complements Dimensional Elements ($4.95) and I will provide the paper, cricut cuts, and close-up photo needed to complete the project.

You can easily personalize the project by putting photos in a couple of the sections instead of the decorations.

When you are done you will have a few elements left over that you can use on your other spooky projects.