Luv Scrapping Together

Monday, September 29, 2014

Spooky Treats ~ My Craft Spot Challenge

Hi There!

It's time for a new Monday challenge over at My Craft Spot.

This week's challenge is Sweet Treats.

Here is what I made for the challenge:

To create this box, I started with the Sweet Nugget Matchboxes from My Scrap Chick. I used some older designer papers from My Mind's Eye that I have had in my stash for quite some time.

I added a sentiment from My Craft Spot's Banner Sentiments - Fall set and mimicked the spiders from my patterned card stock using the Halloween Shapes dies also from My Craft Spot. The eyes are some enamel dots from My Mind's Eye. I just used a permanent black marker for the center of the eyes.

If you would like to play along with us head on over to My Craft Spot to see all the guidelines for the challenge.

Thank you for joining me today!

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Happy Little Moments ~ My Craft Spot and My Scrap Chick

Hi There!

Today I have a fun little camera box to share with you.

I made this fun box using a the Camera Trio file from My Scrap Chick and used My Craft Spot products to give it just the right touch.

The front of my camera is stamped with a sentiment from the Scrapping Life Everyday stamp set and embellished the camera with a rolled flower and leaves from  Flowers - Daisy dies. Some Natural Jute Twine was added, as well as, a few pearls and brads from my stash.

This box could be filled with some treats or some fun insta-gram photos.

Head on over to My Craft Spot to see all the wonderful inspiration featuring My Craft Spot products!

Thanks for joining me today!

Monday, September 22, 2014

Spooky Treats featuring Peachy Keen Stamps

Hi there! 

Today I am sharing some fun little treats featuring Peachy faces over on the Peachy Keen Stamps Blog.

I made these fun lollipop covers using my Silhouette Cameo and some SVG files from My Scrap Chick called Halloween Treat Toppers and Bags.

The files come with cute faces but I love using Peachy Keen Faces for more character.

For Dracula I used PK-695 The Uglies 1 1/8 and Phrases for the eyes.

For both of the "scary" monsters I first stamped the eyes on some Xpress-it card stock and colored then with my Copic markers. I, then, fussy cut them out and added them to the faces. Frankies mouth was also stamped with PK-694. To give the eyes shine I added some Ranger Glossy Accents.

The sentiment is part of the The Uglies Face assortment.

These were really fun to put together and would be great for some little goblins that came to your door.

I hope I've inspired you to get these stamps out and play!


Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Fabulous Birthday ~ My Craft Spot Design Post

Hi There! It's my day to post on the My Craft Spot Blog and this what I am sharing.

I made a super quick card for my sister's birthday. I wanted to make her a card but I didn't have a lot of time to get it together.  That's what I love about using stamps and dies from My Craft Spot. They make it so easy to put something fabulous together!

To create this card you will need the following:

Pretty patterned paper - I used Echo Parks For the Record 2
My Craft Spot Washi Tape Dies
My Craft Spot Build A Birthday stamp set
My Craft Spot Natural Jute String

This is a pretty easy card to put together. I used the Washi Tape dies to cut some strips from my patterned paper. The tag was created by tracing a Kraft tag I had on hand on some of my patterned paper. I stamped the tag with my sentiment and adhered it to the front of my card. I then layered my washi tape papers on top of the tag. I added a jute bow and button. 

My Craft Spot is have a guest designer call! You can view all the details HERE.

Thanks so much for visiting me today!

Monday, September 15, 2014

Halloween Chalk Art ~ My Craft Spot Challenge

Hi there! I am back with another card today. If you would like to see my PKS post just scroll down.

My card featured here is for My Crafts Spot's Monday challenge.

This week's challenge is to make something using Chalk Art.

This was a fun card to make and all I used were My Craft Spot stamps and dies.

To get the chalkboard look I stamped the middle panel with Chalkboard Sentiments - Fall in Versa Mark ink and then heat embossed it with white embossing powder. I added some chalk smudges with some Hero Arts ink. The faux stitching on the top and bottom edge was created by using a die from My Craft Spot's Fancy Edges - Halloween and from the same set I made my spider web border. My spider web border is actually wax paper. I was using the wax paper with my die so that it would help remove all the little paper tags from the die but I loved the look so much that I used it.

The skull and cross bones, ghost, and potion bottle are all from the Halloween Shapes dies. I added a sentiment from Halloween Potions to my potion bottle.

 I added some Black Jute and Trick or Treat Sequins.

This was a fun card to put together!

To find all the details for this challenge please head on over to My Craft Spot.

Gimme All Your Flies!! ~ PKS Challenge

Hi there! 

Today begins a new Peachy Keen Stamps Challenge.

Peachy Keen Challenge 14-13
Create projects using either the photo/color palette, sketch, or both.

For my card, I followed the sketch.

I used the cute little spider, web, and sentiment from PK-130 Spider and Web and my sentiment was stamped on they label from PK-1423 Halloween Sentiments and Label.

I colored over my spiders with my Spica pen for a little sparkle and added a few gems to finish off the card.

You can find all the details on this challenge at Peachy Keen Stamps. We would love for you to join us!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Monday, September 8, 2014

MCS Blog Hop Winner

Happy Monday!

Thank you to all who left a comment on my blog for the My Craft Spot Fall Release Blog Hop!

Kimberly so graciously gave each designer a My Craft Spot gift certificate to give away.

So without further ado, the winner from my blog is...

 8 Beth F. said...
Your card is amazing! I love fall!

Congratulations, Beth!!

Beth please contact me via email at Luvscrappingtogether at gmail dot com so that I can get that certificate to you!