Well welcome back to our Artisan Wednesday Wow Blog Hop! I hope you have been truly inspired and enjoying parading through all our projects each week! Aren't these gals uber talented?!
Ok so like most of you I was inspired by last weeks projects so I had to get my Trick or Treat on...
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I also needed something fun to teach my Technique Tuesday gals so they made this little sweet treat box. Hopefully they didn't fill it with tricks...LOL! I know you have seen that fun ribbon trick before but it worked perfectly with this project so I went with it. If anyone has not seen this please leave a comment & I will elaborate.
Ok just in case you find you have some left over Halloween DSP & Washi tape I put together a fun card with matching envelope using the FABULOUS new Envelope Punch Board!
I LOVE THAT THING!
Ok time to hop over to see what fun Alanna has cooked up for us...
Holy Cow I can't believe how fast Wednesday rolls around! Hope you were dazzled by Jen's adorable project! If not just keep hoppin around until you get to it! I was pretty sure the other gals would have you loaded up on great Halloween ideas so I went a different route.
First off let me just say the Build a Banner kit Totally ROCKS!
Did you see Cathy's project last week? Squeally Cute!
Anyway as most of you know I love the vintage look so that's the direction I took with my banner...Let's take a look!
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First I stamped the pieces with Black Staz On. Then I filled my spritzer with 25 drops of Baked Brown Sugar re-inker & spritzed the whole banner then I mixed up 40 drops of the same color & added the stripes. TIP: When using the stencils you don't want to spray to heavily or when you lift the stencil it all runs together & looks like a hot mess. So hold your spritzer above your project & spritz a few times...stop before it looks dark enough. TRUST ME. Resist the urge to add "just a little bit more". If your colors are not dark enough add more re inker don't spritz more. Test it out on scratch paper before starting. Also make sure your banner & stencil are laying flat before you start spritzing.
Ok enough reliving my banner nightmare for your learning pleasure. LOL. On to the matching card! Again stop BEFORE its enough when spritzing the cardstock as well.
Well with the kids starting school again we have officially kissed summer good bye. Our first day was...challenging. To save my sanity, hope we can find a good rhythm quickly! Anyway I know you didn't hop over to hear the tales of a homeschooler so let's move on to some crafty stuff!
Hope you enjoyed the project Jennifer had for you, if you haven't seen it yet just keep hopping around! Today I have a set of cards featuring the Papillon Potpourri stamp set. Love that this stamp set and punch is on sale this month!
Since we are going in to the busiest time of year for us I thought a quick and easy card set may come in handy. I am sure you all can relate! So with that said I won't keep you any longer, lets hop over to visit Alanna!
Stamps: Papillon Potpourri, Notable Notions, Four You
Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Pool Party, So Saffron, Crisp Cantaloupe, Pistachio Pudding
Ink: Staz On Black
Big Shot: Ovals Framelits, Fancy Fan Embossing Folder