Friday, August 31, 2012

Paper Trail Blog Hop for September... Moonlight



Welcome to the Paper Trail Blog Hop for September!

You should have arrived from Mary's blog, but this is a circular hop, so it doesn't matter where you begin.

This month we are featuring the Moonlight paper packet.


For this month's hop, I created a little treat pocket to share with you.

It would be perfect to hold some old fashioned candy sticks, but since I didn't have any, I put a couple of new Smokey Plum alcohol markers into the pocket.

Now that's my kind of treat!  lol



To make my treat pocket, I cut a piece of Moonlight B&T paper measuring 2 1/2" x 12", and scored it at 5", then sealed the sides with 1/8" ScorTape.

I used a Martha Stewart Drippy Goo punch for the decorative edge at the top of the opening.
Perfect for a Halloween treat!

The sentiment is from a new stamp set called Magic Potions, full of lots of great labels.

The other new items I used are some Black Tulle ribbon, and some Black Striped Grosgrain ribbon.

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I've been a busy girl getting ready to attend my first upcoming Close To My Heart event -Regionals, which will be held in Edmonton, AB, in September.
I was honoured to be asked about being a presenter, but with my shyness in talking in front of large groups of people, I decided it was best to turn it down.
Still so very exciting to have been asked.  :)
I was also asked to create a project for the Auction they hold at Regionals. 
Now that I could do! 
Close To My Heart donates to Operation Smile, so I'm hoping my project brings in enough money to pay for a surgery for someone. 
How wonderful would that be??? 
I will be able to share my project with you after I get back from Regionals.

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This is what the papers in the Moonlight paper packet look like:



 
And with it being a new month, that means there is a new Stamp of the Month - Fall Favorites.





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Anyways, it's now time for you to hop along and see what Connie has created.

Happy creating!  :)

 

Supplies used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Paper:  Moonlight B&T
Stamp:  Magic Potions
Inks:  Black, Smokey Plum
Embellishments:  Black Tulle, Black Striped Grosgrain, Licorice Opaques
Punches:  Corner Rounder, Drippy Goo (Martha Stewart)
Other:  ScorTape (ScorPal), Micro-tip scissors, Sponge, 3D foam tape





7 comments:

Linda Taylor said...

Inspiring as always, Vicki. I, too, would take markers instead of candy sticks any day!!! Great job!

Mare said...

So Darling!!!! I love the black organza ribbon that you gathered!!! Gotta try this!

Wendy Coffman said...

I love this - the gooey border is just the right touch. Adorable! Thanks for sharing!

Betsy Lewis Gully said...

Cute project, I love it and especially the drippy border!

Congrats on being asked to present. That's not something they ask just anyone!

Connie said...

What a great treat holder! I would love any treat that came in something this cute.

Karen said...

cute project and I love the way you used the ribbon...gonna have to lift that idea!

papercraftingprincess said...

Trick or Treat...I'm coming to your door as I'd love to get some alcohol markers in my candy bucket!

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