If you haven't seen these adorable witch hats, I'm sure they'll be everywhere soon. They are sooo cute! It's a clothespin behind the hat, so it clips to anything. I didn't have the tree punch so I used the smallest pennant on my perfect pennants bigz die. I still used the 2 1/2" circle punch but used the 1 1/4" circle punch for the center. I'll be making more projects with this hat, because it's adorable!
Hello Fall! When I purchased the wonderful wreath framelits and stamp set, I knew I wasn't going to use it just for Christmas projects. Actually, my first thought on most of my purchases is, "how can I use this for Halloween?" :) This project isn't exactly Halloween, but it's the same season, FALL! My favorite season!
I really like the cutie pie thinlit, but I have a smaller die similar to it. However, I do like the larger size box, so I decided to pull out my petal cone die and see if I could create a larger one. With a few modifications and a ruler, this is the result. I'm so happy it worked and it's cute! The flower on top is made with the 2 3/8 scallop circle punch and coffee filters.
Don't you just love treat bags?! They're perfect for any occasion and so many different things can be put inside. My bag is made from the typeset speciality designer series paper. It didn't take much to embellish it. Another reason to love treat bags! :)
This matching gift card and envelope are both made from one sheet of 6 X 6 paper. It was shown at this years Stampin' Up! convention and Patty Bennett shared the instructions on her blog, pattystamps.typepad.com, thanks for sharing Patty!