Thursday, September 19, 2013

Stampin Llamas September Blog Hop


Welcome to another Stampin' Llama Hop!
I know that you enjoyed Debbie's lovely projects
and Grandbaby pictures!

The Best of Halloween set is perfect for those
special treats, made with Stampin' Up'! Cellophane bags!
I enjoy roughing up the Halloween images with the 
Gorgeous Grunge set. It adds the perfect touch.

Sets:  Best of Halloween, Gorgeous Grunge

Colors: Whisper White, Basic Black,
Tangerine Tango

Other:  Chalk Talk Framelits,
Neutrals Candy Dots



This project also uses the Best of Halloween 
and Gorgeous Grunge sets.
 The central image is one of my favorites,
and the flying witch hats make me smile.
The framelits enable you to layer 2 framelits
together, creating a raised frame for your image.

Sets:  Best of Halloween, Gorgeous Grunge

Colors: Whisper White, Basic Black,
Tangerine Tango

Other:  Labels Framelits



 The Truly Grateful set in the Holiday catalog is
extremely elegant.  The images create a feeling of
fall and thankfulness.
In the project above, the grain image is embossed with
black embossing powder, to give it a more textured look.

Colors:  Very Vanilla, Crumb Cake,
Summer Starfruit, Midnight Muse

Other:  Pearls, Summer Starfruit Ribbon


I hope that you have enjoyed my projects.

You can hop back to see Debbie's projects:

or hop forward to enjoy Stephanie's lovely
samples.

 

5 comments:

Kath Ricks said...

What fun projects! I'm ordering Best of Halloween today. TFS

buffycooper.com said...

So cute, Jackie! I've been on the fence about the Best of Halloween set, but now you make me really want it.

Debbie Martin said...

Great fall projects, now I want to go make some candy treats,thanks!

Stephanie Osgood said...

Ooh, I love how you used the Best of Halloween set here! The Truly Grateful card is also lovely. That is one of my new favorite sets.

KatheD said...

I can't believe I missed not only participating in this hop, but also looking at all the great projects! Embossing the grain in the Truly Grateful set is inspired - I must try that soon!