Friday, August 8, 2008

wish me luck!

ok, I have been working on this little Halloween house scrapbook, and have just listed it on ebay. Could not decide between taking it to the boutique where I sell my stuff, or trying the whole auction thing, so I will just have to see how this works out. This is the cover of the book:



It has 14 pages from front to back so I did not want to post all of the pictures. But I will post one more because this is a stamp I just received in the mail from Lost Coast designs. I stamped it with versa mark and then embossed with white embossing powder:



Now, here are a couple more cards that I have done.
The Halloween house on this first one is an image I printed from the computer onto fabric.



The image on this card is stamped a couple times on different papers and paper pieced. The image is from ACMoore's dollar stamps:



Well, thanks for stopping by.

4 comments:

Savor the Journey * Tex said...

Ohhhh goodness! No wonder you have it on the bay! Best witches to your success with this jewel! heh heh heh heh ... I haven't yet tried such a multi-paged project ... but am "gearing up" ... Love what you've done with yours!!

Barefootstamper said...

This little mini-book is AWESOME! I know you'll sell it in 5 seconds flat! You should set up an Etsy store :D

You were the Runner Up Mini-Book over at Card of the Week.com. You can check out the original posting here: http://www.cardoftheweek.com/2008/08/scrapbook-satur.html

I did use a picture from your site, with links back to the posting and the blog. I hope that is OK. Please email me at susanna.boyd@gmail.com if you need me to make any changes.

I also have an "I was feature on.." badge for you, if you'd like. Let me know.

Thanks again for sharing your creativity! You do great work!

Donelda said...

wow, I love the halloween book!! Amazing stamp too! I am going to go check out your runner up book too. I also like your pumpkin card. I love your rustic look
:-) Thanks for the inspiration!!

Laura said...

Oh, I love the Holloween book, how did it do?