Hey everyone,

Got down this weekend to design and create some cute treat ideas for Halloween. There are loads of similar designs floating all over the net so grabbed those awesome ideas and tweaked them a bit.

First up are these cute owl boxes which I stuffed with four Hershey kisses in each.

Also along the same lines I created a mummy treat box.

Using the SU! Batty for you stamp set I created these cute tags to use with M & M chocolates.

If anyone’s interested in ordering these feel free to drop me a line (only U.A.E. folks at this time please).



Simon Says…..BOO!

Hey everyone,

This is my second post of the day. My card below is for the Simon Says Stamp blog challenge this week wherein the theme is Halloween/Goth.

Here’s my entry…


Cardstock: PTI – Simply Chartreuse and Vintage Cream

Inks: Tim Holtz distress inks – Shabby Shutters, Forest Moss and Dusty Concord

Stamps: Lawn Fawn – Happy Haunting, SU! – Wicked Cool

Miscellaneous: Foam dimensionals, Kaisercraft black rhinestones, snail adhesive, sponge daubers



Ahoy Captain!

Hey everyone,

Just got the news last evening that my cousin is now Captain in the merchant navy!!! Super thrilled for him. So naturally wanted to make a card and send my congratulations.

I pulled out my PTI stamp set – Out to Sea and created this card.


Cardstock: PTI – Vintage Cream, Kraft and Enchanted Evening

Inks: SU! Crumb Cake, Night of Navy

Stamps: PTI – Out to Sea and Lawn Fawn – Type Too (sentiment)

Miscellaneous: Twine – Coco, white uni signo gel pen, foam dimensionals, patterned paper from Echo park collection and snail adhesive



World Cardmaking Day

Hey everyone,



World Cardmaking Day commences today and whilst I made my three cards ages ago, decided to post them on the 1st of October.

I made three cards – Birthday, Christmas and Love. The supplies for these cards were from Lawn Fawn, Penny Black, Papertrey Ink, Close To My Heart and Stampin Up!

Up first is the Birthday card…

The next card is one I made for the Love cards category….

The final card is a Christmas card…