Sunday, September 14, 2014

Creative Collage September - Blog Hop 3

Your monthly creative opportunity in a box!
September kit orders end and must be paid for 9/15/14 - click HERE for details on how to subscribe!!
Our first kit features -
the stamp set "Tee Hee Hee" from the SU Holiday catalog, plus all the other products shown below - the perfect kit to get those "SPOOKY" creative juices flowing.
Stamp Set, DSP, Cardstock, Cardbases and envelopes plus adorable ribbons and accessories
Full Kit Contents - One piece of each of 12 Motley Monsters DSP designs 4x6" 
One of each - Bermuda Bay, Tangerine Tango, Crushed Curry, and Sahara Sand and two of each Basic Black and Whisper White cardstock pieces 4.25x5.5"
One yard of each - Tangerine larger bakers twine and Black chevron ribbon 
1-1/2x6" strip - silver glimmer paper 
3 paper doilies 
One Tiny Treat box
Large Crushed Curry button and Medium Bermuda Bay button 
Two Mini Clothespins 
Five 1x8" long cello bags 
Banner and arrow wood pieces 
One each of regular card bases - crushed curry and basic black with white envelopes 
Two notecards white with envelopes 
Two 3x3" Sahara Sand and Bermuda Bay gift card bases with white envelopes
By email: PDF of six BONUS projects. 
So here is my third and final posted sample for this month's kit - it is made with components of the kit (plus black ink and a clear block) - and a little extra.  It features SU's Petite Cafe Gift Bags (LOVE THEM) and they are just the right size to load up with goodies for your very favorite trick or treaters.  Maybe some homemade cookies - or some spiced cider mix!?!
These bags are food safe and measure 3.5"x2.5"x8" - so they are a very nice size.  They feature built in tabs in the top channel that you can roll down and secure your bag shut with.
I hope you can see in the picture above and the one below that the bag is stamped with the bats, then a banner is layered Tangerine on Black with the saying, and then the moon is punched, sponged and raised up on dimensionals.  I've added the two-tone trim by sliding it into the bag as I folded it down, and tying in a knot.  You can leave it corded, or separate the strands as I did (they remind me of that long witches hair).
This final picture shows how I stamped the bat once directly on the moon, then stamped again on Whisper White CS, fussy cut it out, curved the wings with a bone folder and adhered it with a dimensional.  You can see the shadow that it makes on the moon because it's raised up - reminds me of BATMAN!
Remember to sign up and pay by the 15th so you can get your own kit to play with the end of the month.  Plus subscribers will get 6 additional, exclusive project ideas sent to them by PDF when their kit ships.  Let me know if you have any questions by dropping me an email at
or HERE to go back to the previous sample.  

Be sure to check out my post from yesterday where you could win a full kit FREE!!  ~Maureen

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