Saturday, September 25, 2010

cut, sew and stash away...

Its Fourth Friday challenge time again over at Paper Garden Projects – can you believe it! Time sure flies!

This month, we want to see all your wonderful Halloween ideas! It can be any type of project: card, scrap page, alerted item, treat pack – we want to see them all. The only rule is that you link up a project newly created for this challenge, although feel free to combine it with other current challenges out there in blogland.

Although we would love to see all the art you care to share, everyone will be entered in the prize drawing only once. One winner will be drawn randomly to win the prize. You have until midnight (EST) on Saturday, October 2nd to link up your project. Just click the little froggy face at the bottom of this post to add your project.

Your prize this month is this wonderful Halloween sentiment cling stamp. Can’t wait to see what you create!
Now to share a little something made for the occasion...
Supplies used: bakery bag, festive fall clear stamp set, prism card stock (brown) and wrinkle ribbon (Prairie Bird Boutique)

I love Halloween! The kids and I go on a decorating craze for the first week of October and with a bunch of felt lying around I thought why not create a little ornament. It was easy, about ten minutes, and as usual very fun. All free hand cut and quickly stitched. Doesn't have to be perfect...which is probably the best part.

Off to run Saturday errands and finish a few projects for tomorrow's post. Remember to hop on over to Paper Garden Projects, Whimsie Doodles and MelJen's Designs to enter in their drawings if you haven't already.

Also...you have one more day to enter my giveaway HERE!

Have an amazing day and see you back here tomorrow...busy, busy.

Andrea

3 comments:

Daniela said...

I love the little pumpkin!!! so cute! I would love to make one!!! Can you do a tutorial?

Andrea Budjack said...

I would love to...good idea :) I will work on it for the beginning of the week post. Thank you!

Nicole Nowosad said...

cute projects Andrea :)