Sunday, October 12, 2014

Happy Halloween

  Here is the list of things I used, but you do not need to use the same products; just let your creativity flow.

1 - Black & Orange card stock
2 - Happy Halloween  clear stamp
3 - Orange and Brown  Bow
4 -  2 Pumpkins with Black oval label "happy halloween"

5 -  orange gems
6  - Hot glue
7 - scotch Glue stick
8 - black cob webbing
9- Frame Die Fall Harvest   FRM  122 By Cherry Lynn Designs

10- Pumpkin die by the little green di Sizzix
11 a photo of our Grand daughter Gracie dressed up as a Pumpkin 5 yrs ago and used my die to make the shape of a pumpkin.

 I had a difficult time getting my Fall Harvest die to work for me I had to run it through 4 times to get it to allow me to get the punched pieced out, I even used the wax paper to help it along, then my spider web die was also acting up on me. I loved making this card but I usually I have my card done with in 20 minutes to a 1/2 hr this one took me with all the problems over an hour to finish so I really Hope you all Like it ! now with it all done it was so worth the time to make it exactly how I wanted it to look.

Now one more thing as most of you know My brother-in-law Ronnie had a bad stroke back in July I am begging for many prayers for him. he has a very long and difficult road ahead of him . so pleas pray for him to get better..
 thank you all.
Blessing to all from my family

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how to keep your punch sharp


Sandy Hulsart said...

Dottie, sounds like you need the metallic shim for your machine. As we use our die cut machines, they stretch out a bit and are not as tight as they once were. You can add an extra piece of card stock where the die is not cutting and that might shim it up for you. Gracie is adorable! Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs challenge.

Corina said...

Gracie is Adorable! Just one of the pumpkins in the patch! Thanks for sharing and joining in on the challenge at Cheery Lynn.