Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Pals Blog Hop: Halloween & Harvest



Welcome to the Pals Blog Hop for October where we are celebrating an early Fall season by sharing Halloween and Autumn projects using our wonderful Stampin’ Up! supplies.  We hope you enjoy our creations!

You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from Jennifer Michalski's  Stamping Serenity blognumber 17 on the Pals Hop.  If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all the projects.



I have a tip to share. As I was getting ready to make this project, I realized I didn't have any black & orange DSP (designer series paper). However, I did have some black & white DSP from the Go Wild Designer Series Paper Stack, which I brayered with Pumpkin Pie ink to make the paper used on this project. This technique will work with just about any ink color. Don't you just love this Go Wild DSP? The 6x6 size is so easy to work with and perfect for so many projects. 


Don't forget to do a bit of stamping on the inside of the card to pull the look together. 



The little wispy black pieces are just narrow strips of cardstock I curled with my bone folder. The matching envelope liner really completes the ensemble. Full product list below blog lineup. 



The next stop is Becky Volp's Ink Blossom blog, number 19 on the Pals Blog Hop!  Thanks for visiting; I hope to see you on next month’s Pals Hop!


23. Rae Harper at Wild West Paper Arts

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Built for Free Using: My Stampin Blog


I hope you enjoyed this blog hop project. Please use the hostess code shown in the top right corner when ordering online, unless your order will total $150 before shipping & tax. At that point, you become your own hostess and get all the rewards! Please keep in mind if you choose "no contact" from the demonstrator, I'm unable to even send you a thank you note for your order...That's right, I'm not even able to see your name. 

As always, let me know if you have any questions about the project or the products used. Thanks for visiting my blog. 

Artfully Yours,
Kim



12 comments:

  1. Great reminder on using the brayer to obtain custom color. The leaves are great and I adore the wispies!!

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    1. Thanks Katy! I've been using the wispies a bit and really like the look also.

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  2. You have such a wonderful card style, Kim! Great idea to brayer the DSP you want. Love this!

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind compliment Debbie. I feel the same about your style!

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  3. Love the tip to color the DSP! Cute card!

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