first off, i have a little challenge up over on the little light studio site today. i'm sharing a few 15 minute halloween home decor projects that i created last year. and i'm challenging you all to try your hand at making a fun halloween decor project of your own, and share it with us. want an incentive? if you leave a comment and link us to your project, one lucky person will be chosen to have their project featured on the little light studio blog, and to be highlighted in the newsletter. that's cool, right? check it all out HERE.
and while you're there, check out THIS post, about a fast and frugal fall family room makeover. it's simple touches, like tiffani shares, that can really add a lot to your home decor. now if only i had some fun, colorful leaves around these parts of california. or pine cones ;)
since we're talking halloween, i thought i would share a card i created this summer. yes, that's the beauty of working in the scrapbook industry. i was creating halloween cards in june. and now that it's halloween, i'm actually getting ready to work on summer stuff. lol! all product is from the toil and trouble collection by making memories.
i loved the spider web stamp, so i stamped it with versamark ink in the upper corner, and heat embossed it with some black glitter embossing powder. then i "hung" a glitter foam spider sticker from it. and i really love those glitter bling alpha stickers. i like how all the letters are different sizes, and fonts. and how some of the letters have a little bling on them.
supplies: toil and trouble pattern striped pattern paper by making memories, toil and trouble waving skeleton pattern paper by making memories, toil and trouble spider web pattern paper by making memories, toil and trouble clear stamps by making memories, toil and trouble trims by making memories, toil and trouble glitter foam shapes by making memories, toil and trouble epoxy glitter stickers, toil and trouble glitter bling alphas by making memories, zing black glitter embossing powder by american crafts