This is the end, my friend! The final blog entry in the last of the llama ladies' Fall-i-days blog hops. If you click on the banner above, it will take you to the blog home page where you will find links to all the other blogs and hops. At the bottom of this page, you'll find the buttons to click if you want to travel forward or backwards thru this hop.
I haven't blogged in ages because I was trying to get ready for my first craft show. So now you get a mega-post with a few of the things I made! (pics can be enlarged by clicking on them.)
Magic Santa Keys
Framelits Labels and Apothecary dies, Elegant Lines embossing folder, Lovely Labels punch for belt buckle
Cardstock in Whisper White, Real Red, Basic Black & Brushed Silver
Poem printed out with MDS2+
Retired Trinket Keys and Garden Green grosgrain ribbon
Lots of Gift tags - I used a lot of retired product on most of the tags, but these were made with currently available items. (thank you Kath & Diane for sending mittens!)
Nicely Knit wheel stamp, Baker's Twine
Punches: Mitten, Ornament, Owl Builder (heart), Large circle & Scalloped circle
Garden Green, Real Red & Very Vanilla card stock for the mitten tag,
Baja Breeze & Night of Navy for the ornament. You could use Brushed Silver cardstock for the ornament, but I actually glued yogurt lids to scrap cardstock, then after they dried, punched out the ornaments and ran them thru the Big Shot with different embossing folders.
Gift Card holder
Very Vanilla, Always Artichoke, Riding Hood Red
Everything Eleanor, Holiday Hostess stamp sets
Basic pearls, Retired ribbon, non-SU! corner punch
Wine bottle tags - I made a few different styles, but this was my favorite. Thanks for the color combo, Buffy!
Cardstock: Sage Shadow(retired) & Sahara Sand
Just Beleive & Lacy Snowflakes (retired) stamp sets
Ink: Crumb Cake & Baha Breeze
Pennant and Boho Blossoms punches
Silver Glimmer Paper, Purely Pomegranate (retired) satin ribbon
Christmas Pocket Planner
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