Thursday, October 11, 2012

Stamp Camp North Project

This Saturday I will be at our monthly Stamp Camp North in Westminster, Colorado.  Here is the project the gals will be making at my station:

Andrea Wolford had a gorgeous version of this card using Early Espresso in her 12 weeks of Christmas 2012 series, but I wanted something a bit brighter and so chose to use Rich Razzleberry instead along with the silver glitter paper.  I tried to find the link to her card, but it's not there anymore - sorry. I do like how my version of it turned out.

Yesterday afternoon, grandpa and I went along while DS and DDL took the kids to the pumpkin patch to get their Halloween pumpkins.  We all had a blast and I thought I might share a couple of photos with you:

Julian found one he really liked!

Justice had fun too!

Bella and Grandpa had a standoff over which one to choose!

It was a nice day for pumpkin hunting.  Grandpa and I found ones we liked too and we'll be carving them up to decorate the porch next week.  I enjoyed being able to use my camera too - still learning but having a blast doing it!

Not managing to post every day, but I'm getting better and hope to stay on track.  Thanks for being patient with me!

Thanks for visiting!


If you have any questions about the techniques or materials used in the work displayed on this blog, feel free to use the email link on the left and I will gladly answer your questions.


Myrna said...

First off, I love the simplicity of the card. Mind if I steal the idea??
Love the pics of your family in the pumpkin patch. Especially love the "standoff".
Hope you soon feel better.
Brother Lorne is in a better frame of mind. Dr. told him chances of it bursting are not that great. Will be better when it is done with though.

Anne-Marie said...

Chris, I love the clean simplicity of your classic creation....and in those colours it looks amazing!
Gorgeous pumpkin photos....we have to get ours from the supermarket....sigh... x

Unknown said...

You're kids are adorable and I'm sure they are looking forward to a spooky Halloween! Thanks for all the freebies. The card you made is gorgeous.

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