Independent Stampin Up! Demonstrator since 2007
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Saturday, November 2, 2013

Fall projects and a couple of cool cats!

Well hello there! Told you I would be back to share the Fall projects from my Stamp Club last night!  Did I mention that we had a great time?! :)  I just love those gals!  Ok, let's get straight to the good stuff!  We did four fun Fall (say that three times fast....I dare ya!) projects since Fall is quickly approaching.  Two are my original designs and the other two are borrowed from very talented stampers.  First though is the little goody I made for everyone:

Filled with yummmmmm! 

Here is a simple Fall card.  It uses the Wood Grain EF and the Autumn Accents Big Shot die.

Gold shimmer paper and the Wonderfall stamp set.

Old Olive, Soft Suede and Very Vanilla card stock.

This is a fun little treat holder that would be a perfect party favor or treat for the Thanksgiving table. 

It will hold little candies or a nice thankful for you note!

Pumpkin is made from the small Oval punch. (This is one of the borrowed ideas!)

I just love this sweet face!!! He is made using the Top Note Big Shot die!

Side view.  This would also hold a candy bar treat or Thanksgiving notes!

(This idea is borrowed also!)  He is floating around all over the Internet! 

This one is all me!  I wanted some sort of plate decoration for everyone at Thanksgiving!  Thought this would be cute!

The little box is made from a 5.5 x 5.5 square box that we ran through the Wood Grain EF.  Leaves are all from Autumn Accents BS Die.

Pumpkin comes out! 

This cute little guy is made from 8 scalloped circles.  Punched, sponged, folded and adhered together.

I love Fall!!!  The world is just such a bright and beautiful place when the leaves change and everything feels cool and crisp!  Our kitties love Fall too!  They have been all perky and playful!  They insisted on helping me take pictures again this morning so I thought I would share some of their photos!

This is Rooster!  You guys have met before.  She is shaped like a cat, named after a bird, but is actually a ham!  Just look at that face! 

This is her sister Poopsie. (Don't ask!) LOL  She is a little camera shy, but is as cute as her sis.

Here they are together just hanging out! :)

I have one more picture to share today!  This one is my favorite. :)

These adorable little toes belong to the grand pumpkin!   On that happy note I am going to head off to tackle my To Do list!  Hope you have a wonderful day!  I will be back soonest with more to share!

1 comment:

Margaret said...

Your fall projects are so wonderful! The scarecrow is so adorable, and speaking of adorable...those baby toes!!!!