Sunday, September 18, 2016

The Weather is a Changing
 
Hi Everyone,
 
The weather has been changing, and I've noticed our days getting shorter. That time for gathering with friends and creating wonderful stamped projects is certainly here. One of the things I just love is getting together with my friends to have a "shoe box swap". This gives my friends and customers a chance to be the idea maker. Each person designs a card and then puts all the supplies in a box so that everyone else can make their card. We come together with snacks to share and just have a great time trading boxes and creating. I wanted to share some of the projects that were created.
 
I really love the Christmas Pines Set. We set our
shoebox swap for fall to Christmas. This was my project
I wanted to share a video of Kris Miller sharing her project that is a holiday one using the Christmas Pines bundle. Enjoy.


Christ created this fall card. I love the gold accents

 
My sister-n-law Arla created this fun and shimmery card
using the owl punch for the ghosts
What a fun trick or treat project.

These cute shimmery ghosts were made by Bea

I love the puffy mummy!

This Halloween witch looks like it's up to something.
This project was created by Bunny
 As you can see I have lots of Halloween fans that are stamping friends. I really wanted to do Halloween too, but I know there would be plenty, so I opted for the fall with the Christmas Pines bundle. If you have any Halloween fall or Halloween projects you'd like to share, I'd be happy to post. Simply contact me at lennyandmary1@msn.com or my Facebook page.

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I hope you enjoyed these projects. Leave a comment or share with a friend. I hope to see some of your creations as well.

Happy Stampin',

Mary Blocher
The Power Huff Stamper