Woohooo! I am soooooo going to make to 100 projects. That is amazing for me. And it does not even include what I did for classes. It has been a good year and it has really reignited my love of crafting. Sometimes a little change can make a huge difference. And lead you down new and exciting roads. :)
This week we continue to focus on Thanksgiving. I have a secret to share with you. I get a special thrill from using really old supplies. Those items you think you will never use and wonder if you should actually keep. I am also huge fan of purging. I think you should only keep what you truly love. But after several moves and a ton of purging, I am ready to keep my remaining stash. After a year of limited spending I am having a blast pulling from my current stash. And the more I use it the more I am inspired to utilize all of my older supplies. I am reminded why I purchased them in the 1st place and I don't feel like I just wasted money on stuff I will never use. Next year one of my big focuses will be my Cricut. I am finally going to win my struggle with that machine!
Project #87-Thank-You Tag
Supplies: Stamps (Just Rite Stampers/Autumn Words), shipping tag, leaf tag, die (Just Rite Stampers), ribbon, trim, pop-dots, embossing ink and powder, misting sprays, stencil (Crafter's Workshop) and ink.
Project #88-Pumpkin Tag
Supplies: Stamps (Just Rite Stampers/Autumn Words and Club Scrap), shipping tag, die (Just Rite Stampers), ribbon, trim, fibers, pop-dots, vintage image, photo slide mount, clear crackle paint, rhinestones, Prima flowers, brads, misting sprays, sewing machine and thread, embossing ink and powder, stencil (Crafter's Workshop) and ink.
Project #89-Quote Card
Supplies: Stamps (Club Scrap), small shipping tag, card stock, ribbon, ink, brad, embossing ink and powder.
Project #90-Quote Card
Supplies: Stamps (Club Scrap), die (Spellbinders), embossing ink and powder, misting spray, ink, card stock and pattern paper.
Pssstttt! If you like the tags I created this week, you can lean more about some of the techniques I used in our Fall Thank-You Class: Tag It.
Thanks for stopping by,