Monday, August 27, 2012

OH MY, Am I "Over the Moon"!

Good Morning, Stampers!

I am OVER THE MOON with excitement that I will once again be a Guest Designer for the 2012 Holiday Edition of Create with Connie and Mary! I had SO MUCH FUN creating projects for the New Catalog Edition and I can't wait to share with you my projects for this Edition! There are some mighty talented designers with some jaw-dropping projects planned, so be sure to head on over and subscribe!

While you are there, you can get the FREE Step-by-Step color tutorial of my preview project - Halloween Tower of Treats, too! This project is filled with yummy treats hidden in each layer! It makes a great festive table centerpiece, too!


BLOG CANDY ALERT!  Don't forget to leave a comment on my blog today to be entered to win a FREE subscription to the 2012 Holiday Edition of Create with Connie and Mary.  Subscribe today for the EARLY BIRD SPECIAL of $24.95 US! That's $5 off the regular 5 week subscription price of $29.95!  Hurry, you need to sign up now! Only our subscribers will get to see five weeks of incredible projects!



SU!pplies:         

Stamps: Seasonal Sayings, Googly Ghouls, Mixed Melody

Inks: Basic Black, Basic Gray, Whisper White, Tangerine
Tango

Cardstock: Whisper White, Basic Gray, Basic Black,  Tangerine
Tango

Accessories: Spider Web embossing folder, ½” Striped Satin
Ribbon, Designer Rosette Bigz, Howlstooth & Scaringbone DSP,
Sticky Strip, 1 ¾” scallop circle punch, 1 3/8” circle punch,
Glue dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals, ¾” circle punch, Perfect
Pennant Bigx Die.

NON-SU Supplies: Mod Podge Matte, Wooden Skewer,
Nesting Boxes, Candy: Mint Patties, Kit Kat bars & Hershey
Kisses, Hot Glue, 32 gauge wire.









59 comments:

lisa808 said...

Adorable centerpiece. Thanks for the tutorial.

Jackie said...

How adorable! Seems like I've been waiting forever for this event to start...it was so worth the tease!

Carol said...

So cute! I love Halloween decorations! Thanks!

Jodi said...

My husband's favorite holiday! I love the little treats made with the scallop circles!

Penny said...

Love it! I'll be making this for my grandkids this Halloween. Thanks for the tutorial.

Mike(2) said...

I really liked your Halloween Tower. That stamp set with the googlie eyes is so neat. I've ordered it and will soon be ready to make my own tower. Thanks.

Debbie D said...

You never cease to amaze! This is adorable ~ Thanks for sharing the tutorial.

Create with Lisa said...

These are so cute! Thanks for sharing!
Lisa Fuller

Terri Stewart said...

Love this center piece!!! Please enter me....I need a subscritpion to Connie & Mary's site!

Singerli3 said...

This is really cute. I am going to make this tower for my house. Just love Halloween decorations. Thanks for sharing.

Brenda said...

So fantastic!

Kim Humbert said...

i dont usually decorate for this holiday but i think i gonna do it now! so cute!

Karen said...

Fun project!

irishgalkelly said...

Hi Melissa! This is the cutest Halloween centerpiece! Love the banners on the top especially. The covered treats at the bottom are adorable too. Nicely done!

Dixie Finn said...

Love this. Great projects!

Shana Gaff said...

Cute, cute, cute! I am loving the sneak peeks and picture tutorials. They are amazing!

cheryl bradley said...

once again you have outdone yourself. each and every project is more amazing than the last. thanks for sharing all your wonderful ideas and talent.

Carol S said...

Oh, the possibilities! I love the boldness of the Halloween print. I can just imagine this in holiday papers and snowflakes for winter.
I wouldn't miss this session of Connie & Mary for anything.Thanks for all your time and creativity.

Heather A said...

Happy to have you back on the CCM design team. Awesome project!

linda said...

That is so cute! I can see it on my table for the whole season. Looks simple but elegant. Once again you are so creative!

Karen said...

This center piece is so adorable. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.

Oksana S said...

Great project! thank you for sharing.

Sue said...

Very cute, I don't usually do centerpieces but might have to give this one a try.

Judi Sparks said...

Makes me hungry to see the cute stack-up you did!

Ginger G said...

Super cute for a centerpiece! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity

ebeth9267 said...

This is show stoppin', good fun, total awesomeness! TFS your fabulous idea with all of us. Smiles, Elizabeth

shannon angel said...

Very Cute! Thanks for the directions & blog candy. :)

cookinandgifts said...

Very cute project. Thanks
for sharing.

cookinandgifts said...

Very cute project. Thanks
for sharing.

Donna Bagwell said...

Too cute! Thank you for the tutorial!

Tiffany Bauer said...

This is too stinkin' cute!!! Thanks for the tutorial too!!

Carolyn Sharkas said...

Wow! This is a fantastic project! I see so many possibilities with it, also. Thames so much for sharing.

Ceashark at aol dot com

Patti said...

Terrific Melissa. This definitely would be a great centerpiece.

Connie said...

SO, so cute, Melissa! Loved it when I first saw it...darling project! Glad you are a part of Create with Connie and Mary!

Brenda Hugar said...

Wow this is to dang cute. Love it. I love Halloween and this fits right up my alley. All the detail is fantastic and thanks for the tutorial.

Thanks for the opportunity for blog candy and/or a free subscription. Please enter me.

brendah1951 at gmail dot com

martha said...

Totally adorable! Thanks for sharing your talents. I look forward to more!

Jackie L Watson said...

Awesome tower,love it,love it.How clever. Halloween my families favorite time of the year. Thanks for sharing.

Kim said...

This is SO stinkin'cute! I LOVE Halloween so of course I downloaded your tutorial. Thank You!

Camell's Cafe - a place to sit awhile and visit said...

What a fun idea! Love it!! We love fun and festive Halloween ideas around here, not spooky ones - so this is just perfect! Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us!!

Wanda said...

Love your Tower of Treats! What a cute idea...thanks for sharing!

Diane McVey said...

That is very cute! Halloween is such a FUN holiday to create for! :D

Lkpt Dee said...

Now those are some party items my grandsons would love for me to make for them .... they are so so
cute ... thanks for the share
Darlene Oudette

Lori said...

This project is Super Cute! Would love to win a subscription!

Thanks!
Lori

Christyne - Stampin' UP!® Demonstrator said...

This is beyond adorable! You KNOW I'm going out to buy nesting boxes tomorrow. My class attendees will be BLOWN away!

Would love to win a pass to Create with Connie and Mary! :)

Mizstamper said...

Great Idea!! Thanks for sharing!

Jen Christoffersen said...

Hi! Those treat boxes are so cute! I'm so glad I stopped by your blog today. Would love to win some creative ideas/tutorials!

Sherrie Gross said...

Such a cute project! I wOuld lOve to be the lucKy Winner.

Sherrie Gross said...

Such a cute project! I wOuld lOve to be the lucKy Winner.

Candy W said...

Love your project! Thanks for the opportunity to win a free subscription!

Margaret said...

I thought your project was over-the-top cute and creative, and then I saw how you decorated the candies for the boxes! Thank you for sharing the directions, and in such a clear way.

Jane said...

Wow!! Love those boxes, going to have to find those over here in the UK now!!
Thank you for a great and easy to follow tutorial, and look forward to seeing what else you have created for us.

Lady K said...

I love this center piece! Thank you for the detailed instructions!

Mary Hall said...

I love your project. It is beautiful and very creative. THanks for sharing

Pamela said...

Can't wait to see all of the projects!

Julie K said...

Really cute project! Thanks for the chance to win

Julie K said...

Really cute project! Thanks for the chance to win

Julie K said...

Really cute project! Thanks for the chance to win

Debbie Neuman said...

Love this!! Where did you find the boxes?? Alway s love a chance to win too!!

Nancy Brown said...

Wow Melissa, I just love this! I agree with you that it would make a great centerpiece.