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Trick or Treat Tuesday

I sure have gotten a lot of stamping fun out of the Googly Ghouls stamp set and Howlstooth & Scaringbone DSP.   I especially like the little mummy.  Yes, he is a cutie and also easy to cut out!  I like the other little figures but they take a little longer to cut out.  Today the little mummy is taking his pet spider out for a walk.

Googly ghouls patachwork

What do you think of the crazy combination of DSP?  Sometimes I look at it and it reminds me of when my sonwas little and wanted to choose his own outfit.  You know, the times when you wish you could put a sign on your child saying he dressed himself this morning!  

Googly ghoulsinside patachwork

Here's the inside of the card.    You want to see a close up of  what is stamped on the scallop?  Don't you love this web and the little spider?  It is from the Mixed Medley stamp set.

Googly ghouls insidepatachworkclose

Stamps: Googly Ghouls, Wicked Cool, Delightful Dozen, Mixed Medley(Holiday Catalog Hostess set)
Ink: Basic Black, White Craft Ink, Tangerine Tango
Paper: Basic Black, Very Vanilla, Howlstooth & Scaringbone DSP
Punches: 1-1/4" Scallop Circle punch
Extras: Googlies

Googly ghoulssideview patachwork

The Mixed Medley stamp set is a hostess set  available until Jaunary 2, 2013.  I love that it coordinates with the 1-1/4" scallop circle punch and that it has 10 stamps!  You will be seeing it used a lot by me over the next few weeks.  If you would like your own Mixed Medley Hostess set I would encourage you to host a Stampin' Up! party or a class.  There is a really great special for hostesses from November until mid-December.  Contact me and we will get it on the calendar.  




How totally adorable! I LOVE the bright, fun look of the DSP.

I'm still trying to teach my (almost) 9 year old son what works and what doesn't when it comes to dressing himself, but I often just give up, figuring anyone who's ever had a child understands that some battles just aren't worth picking. ;)

sharon burkert

Hi Natalie,
Thanks for the fun comment! I totally agree and now I look back at the pictures of those totally mismatched clothing choices and laugh.

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