Thursday, October 15, 2009

How Much Fun Can A Gal Have…..

With 1 piece of black Cardstock, 1 piece of Enchanted B&T duo, a black ink pad, and 2 stamp sets????

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Inside shot..





A ton of fun that’s what!!! I made a 5x7 card, a 5x5 card, a bookmark, a tag and a cute little bucket (it would have had candy corn in it but…..ummm someone ate it.) I used CTMH Black CS and a sheet of B&T Duo from the Enchanted Lv 2 pp, I used Versafine black ink and the October Word Puzzle SS from CTMH (soon to be I hear…)

Caryl asked where my pictures of my newly remodeled space were…well in case you missed them from my previous post here they are.

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What a mess huh!!

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Nearly done…couldn’t resist this shot hee hee


This has been refined even more so I will have to take some updates pics…Dad added a cork board and shelving for my stamps and inks and more lights for the track. Hubby moved out all the weight equipment, so I have even more space :-)

Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate each and every one who visits!



Kathi Carlson said...

Oh, man! Yup, you had fun! Remarkable! What cute projects! And, you've inspired me to "Think Orange," too!

Your craft space ...with a window! What I'd give! Everything you've created in that space has been magic, too! Good for you and what a sweet dad!

Jamie Harder said...

Love the halloween cards!!! You have totally inspired me to break out my CTMH halloween stamps....I have sooo many halloween ones since I LOVE halloween!!

Your new space is fabulous:-)

jcarlisi said...

You have been busy!! Love, love, love the 2nd card with the punched out circle. I wish I could use my stamps the way you do, but frankly, I'm afraid of them. LOL

Penny D. said...

Your work always amazes me. I can't believe you did that with just 2 sheets of paper!

Sheila Bennett said...

Your cards are all WONDERFUL! The black embossing on black cardstock has a really nice sheen to it. And I really like the 'corners' on the larger card. It looks so nice with just two corners, but would be overwhelming with all four corners. Great idea.

Jeanne said...

Fabulous! What fun you had and what fantastic cards you created. Your new crafting space sure must agree with you!

Love the pictures of its evolution. Will look forward to seeing the update.

Have a great day, my friend!

Laurel said...

Fabulous projects! and a great space too.

Alanna said...

Great cards Sarah. It looks like you had lots of fun with those supplies.

And I definitely had to giggle about the butt shot picture. Too cute.

Haley D. said...

What darling Halloween creations! As soon as the chores are done I am going to go play. thanks for the inspiration!!!

Meredith said...

I love the way you did simple but fun halloween stuff--so cute!!!

BananaStamper said...

Great Halloween creations and fabulous scrap space! Love the one of the behinds - I wouldn't have let that go by either....

Sparkle said...

Such a cute Halloween set! I really like your pail.

Cibele Glazer said...

Apparently too much fun. Great Halloween projects!

Kim said...

Oh my, what spooktacular cards! Love them!!!! I love the little tin can and the witch!

Thanks for the pix of your space. I am so very excited for you to have that big space to play in! You dad an Dh did well!
kim xXx

Caryl P said...

What a beautiful work space! If I wasn't headed to work in a few minutes I might be inspired to at least clean mine up. My dream is to own a house with a room devoted to crafts!

stampmonkey said...

I'm not a big fan of Halloween, but you did a really nice job with your gift set there. ;)

Thanks for sharing more of your new craft room pics. I think it's hilarious that you posted the "end" one. You'd better hope your hubby and/or your dad never see that, or that may well be the last project they do for you! lol

Jane ... said...

Awesome work (NOT) fun space! Wish you could send those independent contractors my way, ha!

itsabrt said...

Thanks for showing us you don't have to cover your area with a million supplies to create amazing work! Beth

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