Creations by Lynn Weiss ~ Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator


Saturday, October 04, 2008


I did a workshop last night and had such a good time! My hostess loves Halloween just like I do, so I knew she would especially love her hostess gift and the first project I demo-ed. She has an adorable 5 month baby girl so I know she'll be taking lots of photos of her on her 1st Halloween, so I demo-ed this cute little 6x6 page along with a matching clip to hold it.
I used the Haunting jumbo wheel along with the super cute new Halloween set from the Holiday Mini - Eat, Drink & Be Scary. I used the Big Shot and the Bigz scallop die to create the jagged edge, black mat for my circle. I just ran it through my machine twice - the 2nd time off set to get the jagged look. See the cute star embellishment on the hat? It is a piece of On Board chip board with Cosmo Glitter applied using Heat & Stick powder.

Other supplies used: Perfect Plum designer Prints Paper, Pumpkin Pie grosgrain & Kiwi Kiss double sided satin ribbons, Outline Alphabet, Square Scallop & Photo Corner punch, Vintage Brads.
As a hostess gift I created a cute pack of Scrap Candy which included stamped images, ribbon, card stock and punched embellishments that can be used for Halloween cards or scrapbook pages. I packaged these together in a cello bag with a topper. Book a workshop with me today and I will create a Scrap Candy pack especially for you!

Enjoy your weekend!


Anonymous said...

The scrap page is adorable...I can't wait to get my hands on that wheel! Lucky person to get that scrap candy! I love the title you made...


Anne said...

Hi Lynn, I came across your blog at the weekend and just love your stuff! I'm really impressed with your scrap candy, it is so cute and looks so professional! That's one lucky hostess who will be receiving this gift :)

~Denise Lynn~ said...

This is a fabulous hostess gift. You're so clever! Love the frame and the stand too, a perfect use for those clips. :)

Cindy Major said...

LOVE those cute accents you've put together! Will make for some awesome projects!