Sunday, October 26, 2008

Halloween card / picture frame

Just finished this card with the Halloween paper that I purchased this Saturday. I'm thinking that I'd like to make one for Thanksgiving and Christmas as well. All I need to do now is add the kids picture in this frame and it will be all ready to display on the entry way table.




10 comments:

P-Dot said...

That is sooooo cute but it looks like a lot of work. Was it? You know me, if it's fabric it looks easy, paper, not so familiar with that.

Christine Lynn said...

Supa dupa easy! It was a kit and the only thing I did was measure, cut and glue. I am going to use this idea and make the Thanksgiving and Christmas one as well. The toughest part is really picking out your paper.

Darlene said...

This is adorable! Wanna make me one? You are so good about doing your crafts! Ah, well, to everything there is a season. And while you measure, cut, and glue... think of me: wipe, wipe, and wipe (heinies, noses, faces, hands....:))

Jackie said...

Sooooo creative! I can't wait to see the Thanksgiving and Christmas ones too. Hey, I answered your question on my last post. See me over there. :O)

Ms. Tee said...

I was going to ask you how you made this, then I saw that it was a kit! So neat - it turned out great. :)

Christine Lynn said...

You pick out the paper then use this kit/pattern to put it all together. What's neat about the pattern is you can use it to do other books as well.
I made another one today for a baby gift.

P-Dot said...

Where do you get the kit and what is it called? We need more info here......

Christine Lynn said...

www.pineconepressonline.com this is the site on my instructions...I wonder if you can order these kits online?

Christine Lynn said...

Things are so busy here right now, but once things slow down a little maybe I could type out the instructions for ya. It gives the paper sizes etc. All you'd need to do is purchase the paper and stickers at a local scrapbook store. Maybe as I make the thanksgiving one I can do a step by step on here for ya. I just went to that site I posted up there and it wasn't real clear and not many pictures of the kits.

P-Dot said...

You are so right about their website. Not good. What store did you get the kit at? If it was Michael's or Joann's I might be able to find it here and buy one so you don't have to do all that. I know it's a lot of work to take pics and post and describe, etc. You are about the busiest woman in the world and one of the nicest to offer to do that.

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