Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Halloween Hustle, Day 2

Welcome to our 5 days of "Halloween Hustle"! 
Yep, we will have 5 days worth of last minute ideas to trick your treats!  
You will ALSO see 3-D projects, home decor & even cards!  I hope you are ALL ready for some HALLOWEEN HUSTLE "FUN"! There will be giveaways all week! Check Emma's blog to see what it will be!  Also, if you missed out on our sale last week! Well....for this weekend ONLY, starting this Friday 10/25/2013 @ 12:01am PST  thru Sunday 10/27/2013 @ 11:59pm PST you can use the code OCT2013 to get 20% off your entire order in my store HERE!  Remember I told you about making a "Teeny Tag Holiday" stamp set? WELL....wait no longer, it will be available this Friday, 10/25/2013  in my store HERE!

Welcome to the second day of our Halloween Hustle. I truly enjoy crafting for Halloween, probably at least as much as I enjoy Christmas. But now I'm getting ahead of myself, so let's proceed with the projects, shall we. :)

My project for today is two tag cards that can be done quickly with stamps and a few dies, or you can go into a little more detail as I did and do some paper piecing, coloring, and embellishing.

This hat, that fits her perfectly, is a 2x2 die from Quickutz. I think this is my most favorite use of it since it joined my collection years ago! The broom is also a die (Cottage Cutz, I believe but don't quote me). I added stickles to her ginger hair and orange pebbles to her hat.

The base tag is by My Creative Time. I used both dies when I made my cut so I could get the scallop edge on the top and the arrow edge on the bottom. I added mesh tape for visual interest and texture, as well as more pebbles to her dress and a button for fun above the sentiment flag.

The adorable pumpkins are dies from My Creative Time....can you guess what they are? The Christmas ornaments die from the Warm Holiday Fun stamp and die set! I cut the pumpkin stems by hand and added leaves from My Creative Time, Piles of Smiles, which is also where you will find the sentiment. The swirly flourishes are a Quickutz 4x4 die.

For this one, I used a different Prima doll stamp also with a Halloween theme. I've paper pieced her dress as well, and used several dies, stamps and paper scraps to embellish.

I added a feather and bling to her hat because it's cool! The black bling was a gift from bff, Nikki. It's perfecto as a belt!

Sentiment and flag by My Creative Time, as well as the background stamps and leaves. Pumpkin dies by Peachy Keen.

Arrow die, label die and sentiment by My Creative Time. Bats stamp also by MCT.


Again, you don't have to get all fancy or time consuming if you need a quick project. You can use dimensional stickers instead of die cuts, pre-made tags, your cricut cartridge for the doll, and whatever sentiment you like! Just have fun! Thanks for coming by today, and be sure to check out more last minute Halloween projects by my DT Sisters too.

Product List:
Tag 1:
My Creative Time, Christmas Ornaments die
My Creative Time, Piles of Smiles sentiment stamp and leaf dies
My Creative Time, Chocolate Greetings flag die
My Creative Time, Large tag dies
Prima Mixed Media Doll stamp
Quickutz witch hat and flourish dies
My Mind's Eye, Mischievous 6x6 paper pad
Mesh tape, button, twine, glass pebbles, copic markers, stickles, broom die, foam tape

Tag 2:
My Creative Time, Fright Night stamp set
My Creative Time, Mixed Holiday Sentiments
My Creative Time, Build a Post Card
My Creative Time, Post Card add-ons
My Creative Time, Chocolate Greetings flag die
My Creative Time, Chunky Jar Accessories label die
My Creative Time, Mini frame and arrow die
My Creative Time, Piles of Smiles leaf
My Creative Time, All Around Holidays mini leaf die
Prima Mixed Media Doll stamp
Quickutz flourishes die
Cottage Cutz broom, hat, lantern, potion bottle
Peachy Keen pumpkin trio die
Paper scraps, tulle, button, twine, bling, black string pearls, washi tape, copic markers, stickles, foam tape

28 comments:

  1. I think I saw these this morning on facebook and thought they were so darling, love the incorporation of this girl stamp.
    Kristi kidshomelove at yahoo .com

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  2. Gorgeous tags...love the papers you chose!!
    leekubinec@gmail.com

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  3. Oh how I love your tags!! I love that you used the Prima dolls with Miss Emma's products!! How well they go together! Love the papers and other dies you used as well!

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  4. Your attention to the sensory details absolutely brings these faceless beauties to life!
    rjtlkmorris1atgmaildotcom

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  5. These are AWESOME!!!! WOW loving those Prima Dolls and all your fun MCT stamps and dies!
    Another GREAT project!!
    Thanks for sharing and have a great Tuesday!

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  7. Love these tags - they are very vogue! Great use of the MCT products! They rock!
    Treasa Knight treasaknight@gmail.com

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  8. Ooh I love these tags!!! Great color and design :)
    Amy

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  9. What pretty tags! Cute Halloween designs!

    Julie L.

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  10. Wow! Awesome tags! Great job showcasing these products. TFS joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

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  11. OMG Shar, just love your adorable tags!! They are just FABULOUS!! You are so creative with using the dies for other than the intended use!! How did you cut the tag using both dies at the same time, did you just overlap them??

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  12. Your tags are amazing! I love the way you used MCT products and thought out of the box to create something new :) Thanks for sharing:) Stay crafty my friend!
    Peace, Love, & Cricut Hugs!
    Monica L.

    moni023 at yahoo dot com

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  13. Your tags are amazing with all the great paper and pretty stamped cuts.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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  14. WOW your tags are both wicked awesome!! My garsh are you the clever one for shore. I can't believe what you used to create your pumpkins. Holy Moly!!
    I love how you used all of Miss Emma's goodies. You are so creative and talented

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  15. Your tags are so awesome! Love how you made your pumpkins! Great job.

    Leslie
    cascrapper at gmail dot com

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  16. Such cute tags! That is great how you made the pumpkins with the ornament dies! So creative!

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  17. love the collage effect on your tage beautiful. thanks for sharing Mindy1qc@msn.com

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  18. You sure fit a lot onto your projects today. I like it all but the drywall tape for texture is great. I also like the feather and black bling! Super job!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  19. WOW! Fabulous projects and the how-to details are awesome! Creativity, plus!!
    c

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  20. Both of these are beautiful, Shar!

    Tina
    aurathentic@gmail.com

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  21. Oh my gosh, I LOVE your tags!! You are so clever and creative the way you used all MCT product!! AMAZING!!!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  22. These are great. LOVE all the wonderful details. TFS.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot
    dmcardmaker at aol dot com

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  23. Terrific tags and the
    witches on them are
    too cute.
    Carla from Utah

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  24. These are too cute! I just love what you are doing with these paper dolls!

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  25. Your witch girl with no face is creepy- that being said, I love the layout of your card and how you use newsprint for the broom.
    nslee@comcast.net

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  26. Love your paper pieced tag! Very fun ideas!

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  27. Shar ~ oh these tags are simply STUNNING! All the little details ~ WOW!! Of course all the paper ~ LOVE too!!!

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Thanks for stopping by the studio. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments or email me directly. :) ♥ ~Shar

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