Thursday, October 8, 2015

OSAT Blog Hop - Halloween/Fall

I can't believe it's been a month since the last hop.  So many things have happened and time seems to be going faster every month.  It always seems like once September hits it is a big race to New Year's.  Time slow down.....pleassssssssssssseeeee.

Well onto the hop.  You are going to love this hop and find some amazing projects and inspiration from some very talented designers.  I feel privileged to be part of this great group.  So let's getting hopping.  Enjoy!

Here is my first project.  I decided to use the Paper Pumpkin stamp set from September's kit.  September's kit is so stinkin' cute and the stamp set is just awesome.  What Fall set isn't awesome right?

 My second project is using the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits.  Again I used the same stamp set.
 And I decided to make a third project after Stampin'Up! posted a video yesterday on using the Min Treat Bag and making even a small treat bag.  Yes, smaller than mini.  You can find the video the SU video HERE.  I put a little Halloween lead pencil in it for a treat and tied on some of the thick baker's twine from the last mini catalog.  It's retired now, but I really thought it added the right touch to complete the project.  I also use the retired ghost framelit from the last catalog on this too.  I will post on the bottom all the current product I used.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
And here they are all together.  Did I happen to mention that I love Fall?  LOL!

Click on this next button and it will take you to Raquelle Cliton's page.  If you get lost on the tour, remember you can always find all the links below.

  1.  Maggie Mata
  2.  Elizabeth
  3.  Martie
  4.  Dena Rekow
  5.  Tina Riddle 
  6.  Terri Takashige
  7.  Diane Squires    
  8.  Wynne 
  9.  AJ Bodine
  10.  Megan 
  11.  Renee Ondrajka 
  12.  Raquelle Cliton 
  13.  Justin
  14. Lori Mueller 
  15. Jeanna Bohanon 
  16. Marisa Gunn 
  17. Andrea Tucker 
  18. Tenia Nelson 

Products used:

Product List

Friday, September 11, 2015


Well I hope you enjoyed the blog hop from yesterday.  Missed it?  You can still go back and hop along.  There are some awesome projects on the hop that you won't want to miss.  Now that I've got my first hop under my belt I can't wait until next month.

In the mean time I have post for you today using the same set that was used on the hop.  The Lighthearted Leaves set it my current favorite.  I've always loved all things Fall and this is right up my ally.

Here is what I used.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Thursday, September 10, 2015

OSAT Blog Hop-Designers Choice

Well I'm happy to say that I'm participating in my first ever blog hop.  I was asked by a friend I met online if I would participate in her group's blog hop for September and October.   I was actually flattered, but scared at the same time.  I see so many blog hops done by so many different groups and I've always wondered how one got to participate, so you can imagine my excitement when I was asked.  The gal that asked me was equally excited to have me and said she's been following my blog.  Thanks so much Andrea Tucker for the invite.  I hope I don't disappoint you.

I hope you all will follow the hop and I'm sure you will find some great inspiration.  I used some things out of the new Stampin'Up! Holiday catalog for my projects.

I don't know about you, but I love candles.  I always end up with lots of jars that I just can't throw away so I thought I'd show you something that I like to do with them.  I love to recycle and this project is just that. I'm always sure to clean the jar well and make sure there is no smell from the candle to cross over to the candy.  I've put some Kraft caramels in this jar.  Wouldn't this make a great gift for someone?  The DSP I wrapped around the jar was cut 3" x 12" and it was just the right size.  I used some of the Tear and Tape to adhere it.  

I used Crystal Effects to glue a 2-1/2" circle of DSP inside the top.

Here is a matching card.  I love this new set from the Holiday catalog.  It's called Lighthearted Leaves and the great thing is, is that you can use the Leaflets Framelits to cut this set out.  I embossed the leaves in Gold Embossing Powder on Mossy Meadow cardstock.  The Rhinestones were colored using a Sharpie marker.  I used Dimensionals under the leaves to keep their dimension and not go flat.

Thanks so much for visiting and hopping along on my first blog hop.  Be sure to click the next button to find more great projects.

Tina Riddle is the next stop

Here is the list of the rest of the stops on the hop!

 1.  Eva
 2.  Ginger
 3.  Martie
 6.  Megan
 7.  Wynne
 8.  Lori Mueller
10. Renee Ondrajka  (You Are HERE)
19. Marisa
20. Holly

You can now see the list of everything that I used on these projects below and it will take you to my store to order.


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