Friday, October 30, 2015

Happy Halloween Truffle Boxes with SVG Attic





Happy Friday! I'm sharing one last Halloween 
project with you. I used the Plain Truffle Box from SVGA Sweet Shop Party Collection 
to make these Spook-tacular gifts. I love these Plain Truffle Boxes because you can use them for 
every occasion under the moon and they are easy peasy to make. 


Happy Halloween Truffle Box created In the Crafting Cave with Lisa using SVG Attic Plain Truffle Box Sweet Shop
I used The Paper Studio Jeepers Creepers 12 x 12 papers. I stamped the sentiment using Staz On Pumpkin ink, tied the ends with orange, white and black baker's twine. I made all nine of these in an hour, running two cutting mats back to back. 

I added seven peanut butter cups but they will hold more. These boxes measure 10.25" in length and 1.75" in height but they can be made smaller.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend filled with lots of family, friends and candy! 
Happy Halloween! 



Monday, October 26, 2015

Let's Celebrate Blue with Dream Valley Challenge Blog





It's time for a new challenge over at 
DREAM VALLEY CHALLENGE BLOG 
COLOR CHALLENGE - BLUE 
 USE THE COLOR BLUE


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Created In the Crafting Cave with Lisa Celebrate Blue

 Colored with Copics and layered onto Craft Smith Papers, stamped sentiment by 
Simon Says Stamp.


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So Stinkin Cute with Eureka! Stamps Challenge Blog






Happy Monday! It's time for a new challenge over at 


http://www.eurekastamps.blogspot.com/

I used digital image 10901 Skunk Lights and digital sentiment 12603 Merry Christmas in Lights
to create a Nontraditional Christmas card.   


Created In the Crafting Cave with Lisa - So Stinkin Cute Christmas Card


 Supplies:
 Copics
5.5"x5.5" White Cardstock 
AC 6x6 Haunted Paper Pad (black and white paper)
AC 6x6 North Pole Paper Pad (white and red paper)
adhesive
3D Foam 

 Color image and layer onto white cardstock.

 You can find both images in the
 Eureka
Website.  They have plenty of adorable 
Holiday images for you to choose from. 

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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Ribbons & Flourishes with Crafty Gals Corner Challenge Blog




Happy Wednesday! You know what that means, NEW CHALLENGE!
Join us at 


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https://www.etsy.com/shop/alldressedupstamps 
Prize: 2 digital iamges
 
and 
 
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Prize: $12 Gift Certificate 

I'm using this adorable image from The Stamping Boutique -

I love how whimsical this image is. 
Created In The Crafting Cave with Lisa using The Stamping Boutiques Image
I colored the image with COPICS, layered on 5.5x5.5 white cardstock, layered with Pebbles 6x6 Boo papers, tied PTI Orange Zest ribbon around paper. Adding Halloween twine and ghost charm. The charm was actually a very old earring I had.

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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

A Baby Boy with SVG Attic




Today, on the SVG Attic Blog, the I- Team is sharing projects we created to welcome
the newest member to our little family. Kenzie and Mike, the owners of SVG Attic, are 
welcoming a baby boy very soon! We are so thrilled for them. 

I created this card using a Tent Card from SVG Attic Tent Cards Collection, a onesie from 


Created In The Crafting Cave with Lisa A Baby Boy Tent Card


I'm a huge fan of the tent cards because you can do so much with them. I used the Rounded Rectangle Design to create my card. I embossed white cardstock with clouds for the inside of the card. Using baker's twine I hung the onesie that is faux stitched and added the message with my sketch pens and cameo. The papers are from my stash. I can tell you they are by Martha Stewart and OLD! I added a gift card pocket on the back. Be sure to hop over to SVG Attic Blog and checkout all the adorable 
projects created by my fellow I-Team members.

Friday, October 16, 2015

Ghostly Globe with SVG Attic




Happy Friday! Lisa here, from the The Crafting Cave,  ready to share another Halloween 
project with you. I used the Snowglobe Box from JGW Snow Flurries
Collection and 3D Ghost from SDS Ghostly Graveyard
I think this is a really fun way to give a little Halloween 
gift! There's plenty of room in the box to put candy, tea lights, gift cards and more.
Created In The Crafting Cave with Lisa SVG Attic JGW Snow Globe and SDS Ghostly Graveyard
I used The Paper Studio Jeepers Creepers 12x12 Papers, Craft Smith Neutrals 12x12 Paper, cream cardstock to assembly the globe and ghost. I punched a small hole in the back arch to hang the ghost from using Trendy Twin. Added Crate Paper After Dark Enamel Dots and Jolee's Boutique Stickers to finish it off. 
SVG Attic JGW Snow Globe and SDS Ghostly Graveyard
 The box holds an 11oz bag of Reese's Mini Peanut Butter Cups perfectly.
Just to give you an idea how big it is. I measured the globe at 8in. tall and about 5.5in wide.
SVG Attic JGW Snow Globe and SDS Ghostly Graveyard
This would be a perfect gift for teachers and/or neighbors.
   Be sure to checkout all the fun Halloween Collections in the SVG ATTIC Store today. 

Thanks for stopping by today.
I hope you a weekend filled full of Boo-tiful Crafting!

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Witches, Goblins and Ghouls with Crafty Gals Corner Challenge Blog





Good Morning!
 It's time for a new challenge over at 

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 Prize: $12 Gift Certificate

and 

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 Prize: $12 Gift Certificate



I used That-A-Way Witch by Rick St Dennis.
 Colored with Copics, distressed with Old Paper 
Distress Ink, layered onto Kraft cardstock and AC 6x6 Spooky Papers.
Finished off with Queen & Co. Twinkle Goosebumps.
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