Monday, October 19, 2015

Control Freaks October Blog Hop

Hello, Stampers!

Welcome to the October Tour de Freaks October Blog Hop - 
Something to be Thankful For...
I can tell you, when you see what we have to share with you, 
you WILL be thankful you came by!

If you are arriving from Mary's Stampercamper blog, 
I will let you catch your breath. Her projects are
just amazing, aren't they?!

First up, I have the new pillow box treat holder. 
Wouldn't these be nice as place holders 
at the Thanksgiving table?  A simple
tag with each name and filled with
harvest treats will be a great
way to show your guests how thankful you are for them!

Stamps: Lighthearted Leaves
Ink: Early Espresso
Paper: Crumb Cake, Sahara Sand, Early Espresso, Lost Lagoon
Accessories: Square Pillo Box die, Woodland embosing folder, Seasonal Frame thinlits, Leaflets framelits, Early Espresso Baker's Twine, Metal Rimmed Pearls, Lost Lagoon Striped Cotton ribbon, Venetian Crochet trim, 

Next up is my Harvest Pumpkin. I combined 
gold-embossed leaves in deep, rich, Fall colors.
The contrast against the white craft pumpkin 
along with the gold foil paper and accents really makes a 
nice shimmery centerpiece - especially by candlelight!

Stamps: Lighthearted Leaves, Six Sayings
Ink: Versamark
Paper: Mossy Meadow, Tangelo Twist, Cajun Craze, Delightful Dijon, Gold Foil, Blackberry Bliss, Very Vanilla
Accessoreies: Gold Sequin Trim, Circle Framelits, Lots of Labels framelits, Gold embossing powder, heat tool, Burlap Ribbon, Venetian Crochet trim, Winter Wonderland Washi Tape, Gold Glitter

Happie Stampin'!
I am SO THANKFUL you stopped by!

Be sure to continue on to Debbie's Debbie's Designs blog.
Her creativity is in abundance!


Connie Babbert said...

Love the decorated pumpkin! A friend gave me white pumpkins this year and I love them! Great color scheme on your pillow box, too!

MaryJo said...

I love your projects - the colors on the treat pouch is great!

Dawn Olchefske (dostamping) said...

Love the treat box!

Debbie Henderson Debbie's Designs said...

Cute projects Melissa!