Wednesday, October 14, 2009

More Monsters!

Happy Wednesday Everyone!

Yep, I made more monsters! They are so cute I had to use them to make something else fun! This time I used one of The Cutting Cafe's cut files. The pencil box. Fun and EASY! I used my Pazzles machine to cut them out.
I also used a few of The Cutting Cafe's digi stamps from one of the Halloween sets.
I filled each box with Halloween pencils and Hershey's miniatures (my favorite...yep, I ate some)
This is the other box using another digi stamp....I love the Halloween sets! The little bat was made using my Martha Stewart border punch I got last year.
The little monsters were cut out using my Cricut Expressions machine and some yummy DCWV glitter paper!
For the box lids, I punched out some drippy goo with another one of my Martha Stewart border punches and then just glued it around the bottom edge and tied a ribbon!
The papers I used are Cosmo Cricket from last year.....a tad old, but still wonderful for all my Halloween projects!
And lastly, I wanted to show you my Halloween Nails! I found a really cool blog called Nail Art and I just love all her Halloween nails shes been doing, so when I went to get my nails done on Monday, I asked my nail guy...John...if he could do a Halloween theme.....and so he did! Whatcha think? COOL huh? I love them! Black glitter tips with orange zebra print! I'm always amazed because he does this freehand.......AMAZING!
THANKS for swinging by to see me today! Please join me again tomorrow for more card FUN! HUGS!

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3 comments:

Kelly said...

What a fun project using the pencil box! Love your nails, John did a great job!

Sharon Caudle said...

Gosh I have fallen behind in my blogging!! Cute, cute, cute!!!! I love those little monsters and your pencil box looks fabulous, DeeDee!!! Love the nails too! I get mine done today! :) hugs!!!

Curt in Carmel said...

I love your pencil boxes and I keep forgetting to use that punch on my stuff. I love that punch, and just had to have it last year but have not used it once! Thanks for the inspiration! Best, Curt

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