Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Trick or Treat with Fun Stampers Journey
I hope that my USA friends had a great Labor Day holiday. It was very quiet here in the house, which meant that I got some studio time.
After the Copic coloring was completed, I started going through some of my newer Spellbinder dies. The two that popped out at me were a Shapeabilities Pop Up Decorated Birthday die and the Painted Lady die.
The next step was die cutting FSJ Black Licorice cardstock with Spellbinder’s Pop Up die Decorated Birthday. I added a strip of FSJ’s Treat Time Prints 6” designer paper pad on the front bottom for stability. It’s now ready for the Trick or Treat images randomly placed around and on the house. I love the black cat on the roof. The final touch was a little cheese cloth colored with FSJ True Color Fusion ink in Sweet Pear and Hazel Nut.
I am looking forward to adding this to my collection of handmade Halloween decorations.
I love Halloween!
My very fun project would like to be considered for:
Die Cutting Divas – 3D Project
Through the Craft Room Door – Anything Goes
Crafting From the Heart – Anything Goes
MarkerPOP #77 – Fall/Autumn
If you would like to order any of the Fun Stampers Journey products, just click those links, and when it asks for your FSJ Coach’s information, key 155 or alethajane. I would like to invite you to my Facebook group AJ’s Stampers Journey. We will be having a few contests for everyone’s chance to win some FSJ goodies, announcements on promotions, etc. I would love for you to join my FSJ team and become a FSJ Coach. Click here, or if you have any questions, please contact me.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed my FSJ Halloween project.
I will see you again very soon.
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