Tuesday, September 20, 2011

My Pink Stamper--Design Team Post

It is that time again when ALL of the My Pink Designer's from My Pink Stamper get together and do a collective post on My Pink Stamper. This month we are showcasing the new Spook-alicious stamp set. I love this set! You can get it HERE. This is what it looks like :)
We also had the challenge this month to use the colors Green, Purple, Black and Orange and use the Cricut. Not too hard of a challenge considering the Halloween theme of Spook-alicious :) I have been dying to use my new Chic and Scary Cartridge. I had some technical difficulties with my Gypsy with this cartridge when I went to cut it. Apparently my Gypsy didn't like this cartridge so I did it with my good old Cricut and the actual cartridge. I don't do that too much anymore, LOL! I had to "tweak" my project a little from the original I had on the Gypsy considering I couldn't weld but still basically the same.
I loved the cut from the Chic and Scary cartridge and decided to elaborate on it with the Spook-alicious set adding extra words to the cut.
After it was cut I used Scotch Quick-dry glue and some Doodlebug glitter to highlight some of the words. I also used enamel accents in black and white for some other parts.
I added the little spider (I LOVE this spider) from the stamp set to a few places and another sentiment at the very bottom. All in all I used 9 stamps from the set. I happened to have bought a whole bunch of these frames over the summer at Big Lots for $7 each (they are 5" x 7") and they have been sitting on my bookcase empty ALL summer! Yes, all of them--I'm a little behind, LOL!

Now please go back to My Pink Stamper and see what all my other fabulously talented Teammates made with this set. Lots and lots of inspiration for you :)

Cricut Cartridges Used
Chic and Scary = words at 5.5"

Stamp Line Used
My Pink Stamper = Spook-alicious

Paper Line Used
Teresa Collins 2011 Halloween Line

Other
Doodlebug Glitter
Enamel Accents in black and white

17 comments :

  1. Super spooky framed piece. Great price on the frames. You sure made good use of the stamp set

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  2. Oh I love your frame and how you add the glitter to the words, perfect touch!
    Big hugs,
    Cristi

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  3. This is such a cool collage of "spooky-ness" I love it! You did a great job!

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  4. This is one cartridge I do not have...and you making me want it! Great project!!

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  5. This came out Beautiful Maria. BTW, I got my package yesterday. Thanks. Smooches... Felicia -frankleecrafts [at] gmail [dot] com

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  6. I really like this it turned out great! I need to try doing more home decor things like this in my house. Thanks for the inspiration!

    Trisha
    tjscrappin at yahoo dot com

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  7. Ooohh! this is a fabulous and I love all the color glitter :)

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  8. This is great Maria, I love the collage and how you mixed the sentiments in with the cut words! Fantastic idea!!

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  9. that;s the spookiest, coolest frame yet!! LOVE the details. This stamp set is a must!! love it :) Doris
    parkernana5@cox.net

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  10. wow maria, what a gorgeous project and technique. even the frame is adorable. i will have to make something similar. this is going on my "2 do" list.

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  11. I just love your frame. Soooo spooky. Great job.
    Candy
    candyscraftcorner.blogspot.com

    I am having a Blog Makeover Giveaway you should stop by and take a look

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  12. I love how you put all these words together and then glittered some of them! This really came out GREAT!!!! I am so impressed with the frames that you got at Big Lots too!! Makes me want to see what treasures I can find there!! XOXO, Julie. :0)

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  13. WOW!! I totally LOVE this frame Maria fabulous job!!
    Hugs

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