fall treats

Hello. I have a few simple projects to share with you. The first one is a little birthday package for a dear friend of mine. There is an apple cider candle with a little box full of apple cider packets. I had a lot of fun decorating up the bag! Next are some goodies for my second graders for Halloween. They are pretty simple because we all know they only care about the candy anyway, right? :)
Well, I hope you have a happy halloween! We live so far out of town that I don't expect any little trick-or-treaters. We are going to watch a movie and just hang out, maybe roast some pumpkin seeds. Yum!


snowman riley

I just love Riley the moose! Isn't he cute? This card came together pretty quickly. I have so much hodgepodge hardware that I rarely use, so I decided to get some out and add it to this card. I colored him with my SU markers. I added lots of layers to this card because I love all the stripes in the dp. Thanks for stopping by today! Enjoy your weekend!
stamps: snowman riley, warm wishes
ink: stazon black, close to cocoa
paper: close to cocoa, river rock, whisper white, chocolate chip, really rust
more: su markers, hodgepodge hardware, brads


funky snowflakes

I'm definitely not ready for snow here, but I couldn't resist using these fun felt snowflakes. We have gotten a few dustings, and in the shade it doesn't seem to want to melt. It is cold enough for a fire though and I love when the house gets all warm and cozy! I don't really know where this color combo came from, but I like how it turned out. I forgot all about those black square brads that I had and I have plenty of letter stickers to use up. So, that's pretty much it for this card. I have a few fall projects that I've been working on and hope to finish up today!
Have a happy one:)
paper: real red dsp, basic gray, real red
more: felt snowflakes (American Crafts), brads (making memories), decorative scissors, alphabet stickers


fall for you

Hello everyone! Here is a fun fall card that I made. I colored the pumpkin/squash with my SU markers and popped some of them up. I inked all the edges of the mustard and pumpkin paper. I also used some very fun clear shimmery flowers! I just love fall. We've been able to enjoy some walks with the dogs this week in the evenings and it is the best! I can't wait to get a pumpkin!
Have a happy day!
stamps: autumn harvest
ink: black, more mustard, pumpkin pie
paper: pumpkin pie, more mustard, whisper white, chocolate chip
more: SU rub-ons, flowers (creative impressions), brads (making memories), SU markers, dimensionals