Thursday, October 10, 2013

Halloween Time!

Last week and this week as well I've been working on a lot of projects and seemed like it was Christmas time in my mind, so I said to myself: slow down Heidi let's live throughout of each season! So I started to work on halloween projects istead, and here are some of them I hope you enjoy them as I enjoyed working on them!

Fist one of my friend's son asked me to make him a bookmark, so I had my scraps from the last card I created for the 10 Minute Craft Dash Challenge so you are going to see resemblance with the card because the bookmark is inspired by the card so you can say that it is lifted. And here it is"

Supply list:
Patterned paper:Too Cute To Spook Collectin by  Bella Boulevard
Stamp: Hoppy Halloween by Lawn Fawn
Markers: Copic
Twine: Divine Twine by Wiskers Grafics
Pen: Signo by Uniball
Adhesive: Stam Runnerby Tombow
Glittery Accents: The Wink of Stella Brush Pen (clear) by Zig
Card stock: Stampin' Up

 This is my first non card, non scrapbook page I've done for the blog! However, that is basically the main thing I like to do. I love this project and I got the inspiration from one of the blogs that I follow. There is also a video of how to make these adorables tin cans, and one great thing about these cans is that there is not right or wrong! You can decorate these cans in whatever way you want to. I would recommend to use one collection so your tin can is all coordinated, but that's not really necessary so check out the link bellow and have fun!

Supply List:
Patter Paper: Trick or Treat Collection by My Little Shoe Box
Bat brad: Trick or Treat Collection by Doodlebug Boutique Brads
Rinestones:Mini Jewels Spppky Town Assorment by Doodlebug Designs
Washi Tape: Corny Candy by Doodlebug Designs
Twine: Doodle Twine By Doodlebug Desings
Punches: bat, witch & cat by Martha Steward Crafts
Adhesive:Tombow Mono Multi Glue
Glittery Accents: Wink of Stella brush pen in clear
Scalop Punches: 2 3/8 & 1 3/4 Stampin' Up
Card stock: Black & Orange by Stampin' UP
Other: Sweet corn can emptied and washed, The Pampered Chef can opener


  1. I love the book mark idea! The faux stitching looks great! I think the altered tin can would look great holding a spooky bouquet! I like the bakers twine and use of sequins.

  2. Thank you! I love that that you stopped by! and check out these projects. I hope you have a chance to check the link!