Karrie here to tell you how much I love October because it brings Halloween!
If you love to celebrate Halloween too, show me how you get ready - make treat bags for the kiddos? Elaborate costumes or home decorations? Cards?
I had fun using up some old rubons with mists, paint, and dollar store Halloween decorations to make my own wall hanging.
So let us see your creations!
Once again, here is our guest designer for October, Gaylynn Martling:
Hi, I’m Gaylynn and I enjoy making handmade cards, decorations and party related items. Mixed media art is another interest of mine. Making time to document my kids (now adults) and family life are things I want to catch up on. I have a creative blog called Neat Nook Creations, where I post projects that I make along the way.
Gaylynn's Creative Links:
Blog: Neat Nook Creations http://NeatNook.blogspot.com
Facebook Page: Neat Things https://www.facebook.com/NeatThingsBoutique
Here is what Gaylynn created for this challenge:
I like to include a handmade touch for our Halloween candy each year. The theme for this week's challenge was the inspiration for these bat wraps. This shape was cut and scored from Cricut Artiste. The cute face and funny sentiment were stamped in white craft ink, then heat embossed. I added a sentiment tag and twine bow. The colors are black and white. Small treats work best for this favor wrapper.
Be sure to visit Gaylynn's blog, Neat Nook Creations, because she is offering up a giveaway of her own right now for blog followers/commenters!! She's giving away this fun stamp:
...and a couple of the other DT members have been busy too!
The winner of Challenge #89 (Food) is #14 Lillian A !
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