Saturday, October 17, 2009

Eye Candy

Since it's almost Halloween, I thought I'd give out some EYE CANDY! Here are a few projects we have displayed on our front table...

First up is mine :) I absolutley LOVE the new 7Gypsies ATC/Photo Display Holder. I printed out pictures of my kids in costumes from previous Halloweens (is HALLOWEENS even a word?!?). Anyway, this would make a GREAT Christmas gift for grandparents. Give them one for Christmas and then send new pictures throughout the year for them to display. Another customer is using hers to make a recipe display...can't wait to see it!

Michelle made this cute frame using shapes from her Silhouette...LOVE that tree! Paper is by Basic Grey.

Melissa made this adorable little mini album using a Maya Road chipboard album, Maya Mist spray and My Mind's Eye Halloween paper. If you like chipboard, then you will LOVE the Maya Mist. It covers the chipboard with one coat and drys in minutes. Seriously, it is amazing.

Michelle also made this cute, little candy holder. She had some random cardboard rolls laying around her house and decided to jazz 'em up. Interestingly enough, there was WAY more candy in this when she first displayed it! Who's been eating the chocolate?!?! Paper and brads are from My Mind's Eye.

Jody put together this SPOOKY banner using the Little Yellow Bicycle Halloween paper and letters from her Silhouette. If you turn over the circles, SPOOKY turns into BEWARE!

Next up is a fabulous layout by Janice. She used a combination of papers, by Basic Grey and Reminisce, together with her QuicKutz dies to create a spooky, Halloween layout. Where did she get that giant haunted house? She took the QuicKutz haunted house die and enlarged it on the copy machine. Then, she simply cut it out of black Bazzill!

The next two cards were made by the oh-so-talented Barry, featuring the My Mind's Eye Halloween collection. If you took his card class a few weeks ago, these will look familiar to you :)

Got Mod Podge and scraps laying around the house? Then copy Susan and made a super cute pumpkin! Top it off with a ring of leaves, cut out with the QuicKutz leaves die.

And last, but certainly not least, is a spooky candle to help light the way. Linda used her QuicKutz to cut out the haunted house and tree, bats and starry night border (around the top) to create this one-of-a-kind candle display. That Linda is so bright! (Get it, bright...candle...hahaha!)

Again, these are only a sampling of what's on display. Come in, be INSPIRED and CREATE something exciting during these dreary, rainy days :)
Have a GREAT weekend!

1 comment:

scrapcraft said...

what a talented group of girlies!!!