I am back again with Craft Hoarders Anonymous blog for another wonderful challenge. There are three sponsors this month, Polly's Paper Studio, Add a Little Dazzle, and Lindy's Stamp Gang. Many of us like to purchase NEW seasonal products EVERY season. What happens to last year's fall, Halloween, and Thanksgiving products? We HOARD them! Drag out those hoarded fall-themed items and make a project to share with us! You can make something for fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving, or any other fall or harvest celebration!
I decided to make a Halloween card. I love the colors of Fall and Halloween, so I do hoard these papers. Each year I say to myself I am not going to purchase anymore Halloween paper, but each year I do! I believe I have purchased a couples lines of Halloween paper from American Crafts and Authentique.
Here is my card. I used a paper pack that I bought a couple of years ago from Die Cut with a View called "The Bewitched" matstack. The papers in the pack are so colorful and versitle. So get your paper out that you have been hoarding and join the challenge. I cannot wait to see what you are going to create! For the rules on our challenges, you can find them on Craft Hoarders Anonymous blog here.
Supplies used: DCWV - matstack The Bewitched, Polly''s digital-Vintage Halloween digital TS Frames, metal (moon) from Add a Little Dazzel, twine, Little B cats, Tim Holtz mini owl & crescant moon, twine and button.
I hope I have inspired you, hop on over to Craft Hoarders Anonymous blog and link your project. While you are over there, please stop by and see the other design teams creation! They are a bunch of creative women.
You have until midnight PT, October 19 to enter the challenge.
One talented participant will receive this prize donated by Polly's Paper Studio!
Polly's Paper Studio
Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PollysPaper
Add A Little Dazzle (DT sponsor only)
My name is Mónica Weaver and I am the founder and owner of Add a Little Dazzle. In 2006, I left my 10+ year career as a Bilingual Educator and Interpretor/Translator in the public school system and private business sector to become a stay at home mom. In 2007, I was introduced to the world of paper crafting and with time realized I could teach others about it. As a result, Add a Little Dazzle was found in 2009.