Thursday, September 09, 2010

Fall is in the air ... and on my projects too!

Fall is here - well it is at my house anyway. :) I've used the super adorable Cottage Cutz pumpkin patch, crow, and loopy edger on my layout of Gracie's cousin, Regan, at the pumpkin patch last year.

There are tons of pieces to the pumpkin patch shape but what a fun one to put together. I love that the letters for the sign come on the die so there is no guessing if they'll fit, they're perfect!

I love the crow and cut his bandana to match the accent paper. He is popped with foam tape on a Spellbinders oval background.

I used a tiny piece of the loopy edger to make the vine on the pumpkin and combined the leaves and pumpkins from the pumpkin patch shape to make my date tag.

For this halloween card I used the pumpkin patch die in a different way to show its versatility. Everything is popped with foam tape cuz foam tape is one of my favorite things in the whole world and I love it. :)

I wrote the letters on the sign with a marker and for the RIP letters, I used the P, I, and K. I cut an extra P and placed it over the K to make the R. The tombstone is actually part of the beach chairs die. The inside cut out from the back of the chair made the perfect headstone! The bat and pumpkin I had in my stash from a pack of Halloween Favorite Findings I've had forever.

To make the trailing vines along the bottom of the keep out sign I used the stem and leaves from the sunflowers on the pumpkin patch die, and I added stickles because stickles are cool on pretty much anything and everything! :) The drippy goo along the bottom is a Martha Stewart border punch.

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