Friday, December 31, 2010

Find Your Style - January Stamp of the month Blog Hop

Hi and Welcome Blog Hoppers!

 January Stamp of the Month set is D1452 Find Your Style.  I love the vintage feel of it all when coupled with the Wings paper pack....and…you’re going to LOVE how easy it is to earn this stamp set FREE!  Take a look at page 5 in the Inspirations Idea Book (for a limited time.. January ONLY !! )and you’ll find out how to earn stamp sets free or at a discount this month!If you've come from Corinna's Blog (Stampin Java Junkie) you're hoppin along on the right path!

My use for this set is going to be endless, I already have 4 layouts done with all these wonderful images..Don't you just love when a set inspires you this much?!  Me too!

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 Supplies Everlasting pp, bamboo, cranberry and NewEngland Ivy cs.  Cranberry brads,bamboo, cranberry and olive waxy flax.  Olive eyelets and brad on belt and "buckle", cranberry safety pin . CTMH edge distressor, bone folder, sandpaper and scissors.  Wood frame "buckle" -misc. craft stash.

This layout turned out so fun for me and I love the tattered leather look of distressed paper, thus the inspiration for the belt and buckle was born. (The hook for the belt is my favorite part - its the BACK side of an olive brad..hahaha!)

  Also, a note to everyone who thinks this "paper hoardin recycler" has changed her the three large sheets have the center cut out and used on the front of the layout to matte the picture of my baby boy; so have no fear ... I'm still savin every scrap and usin them ALL!!

Hope you have fun on the hop !  Any questions or comments can be left below or you can email me at  -  I'll be posting the other three layouts later in the week, but for now it's time to go do some Ringin' in the New Year !!

Keep Hoppin over to Deanne's blog and Thanks for stoppin by!

Luv, HugZ, and *Glitta* ~ Angel

Here's the List of January blogs to hop so you can be sure you don't miss any of the fun :))

Helen Onulak3D Butterfly Card, tissue inking – Wings
Kathleen AndrolewiczDress Form, Pleated Flower – Wings
Tonya WhitehurtsBird w/Marbled Paper – Wings
Teri BaxterButterfly Clear Card, tissue inking – Wings
Dawn RossBird 6 x 6 Card, rolling – Wings
Traci GodbeeButterfly / Friend Frame – Wings
Dawn HeuftButterfly Card, rolling – Wings
Judy BurgerButterfly, black embossing – blues
Annette GreenWooden Birdhouse – Wings; 3 x 3 Mini Canvas – blues
Pamela O’ConnorMemory Logbook – Wings
Wendy FordingGift Bag
Kristie HerdenerBird Card – Veranda
Cindy LeekQuote with Qulled Flowers; Butterfly, black magic technique – Wings
Sarita SchraederDress Form 5 x 7 Card – Wings
Melissa RobinsonQuote w/ Butterfly – Wings
Lori BrownTwo Home Decor Wall Art – Dress Form and Shoe – Wings
Krista RitskesButterfly Clear Card, rolling – Wings
Nancy BrownBird w/stitching detail – Wings
Haley DyerBird, out of the box technique – Wings
Carla IronsideScrapbook Page – Beautiful Friend – Wings
Georgia Hauglid3 Different Cards featuring Butterfly, Dress Form and Bird – Wings
Shirley Ross3 Different Cards based on the Wings Workshop Kit pattern – Wings
Brae MontgomeryButterfly Clear Card, embossed – Wings
Michelle LoncarVariety of Projects – Wings and Dress Form Card in Sky/Gypsy
Katy DonaldsonButterfly with raised wings (cut from background) – Wings
Wanda RileyDress Form Card – Wings
Angela TuttonDress Form Card w/ Tag & Buttons
Jody GustafsonWelcome Sign and LOVE Banner
Jen RubioBird 5 x 7 Card and Shoe Card – Wings
Sheila BennettDress Form Card, mirror platinum embossing- Wings
Toni HinchcliffeDress Form Card, black embossing w/fluffy flower – Wings
Doreen Guilfoyle2 Butterfly Cards – Wings
Adeline BrillDress Form Card – spray pen emboss resist (video too) – Wings
Jen PatrickScrapbook Page – Convention, glimmer mist – Wings
Mary EisenScrapbook Layout w/Flip Flaps – Wings
Melinda EverittTile Coasters
Laurie Newton2 Cards, one Bird, one Butterfly – Wings
Melissa LavertyJournal – Wings
Beth NaumannShoe Friend Card – Wings
Susan BrooksButterfly w/fancy paper flower – Passages
Tammy Lea PinchardBird on Wood Card
Carol HortonButterfly, gold embossed – Wings
Kami WelterButterfly, rolled – Wings
Tamytha JenkinsScrapbook Layout w/large scalloped circle – Wings
Wendy CoffmanButterfly Cardw/small butterflies – Wings
Lisa Sargent2 Cards, one Butterfly, one Bird
Vickie TagatzDream Wall Art in Embroidery Hoop – Wings
Paige DoleckiBeautiful Friend Home Decor – Jingle
Nicole GriggsButterfly Wall Decor – Wings
Corinna McGregorSentiment Card w/smaller butterflies – Wings
Angel SawyerScrapbook Page w/ Bird and belt buckle
Deanne JacobsButterfly Card – Wings
Angela GarciaVariety of Cards
Tamra PopeWall Plaque – Wings plus other Cards
LeAnne DudleyEasel Card / Desk Calendar – Wings
Jean McNultyWall Hanging – Wings

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Time for a Blog Hop!

Hi Everyone and Welcome to my blog! I'm so excited to join the hop for the first time this month and I hope you enjoy my project. If you have come here from Tamytha's Blog then you're on the right track!  If you've just begun to hop, don't worry; it goes in a big circle so its all right to start here and work your way around.  If you get lost along the way, you can see the full list on Kathleen's Blog.

  December's stamp of the month is such an easy set to work with and very versatile, so I'm sure you'll find alot of inspiration as you travel the hop.  It's called Amore (D1445) and is available the entire month of December at a discount, or even FREE with a qualifying purchase.  So be sure to grab this set on my website and come on back to create some of the artwork you see on the hop for yourself!! 

Without further ado; on to my projects !!!

Project 1:  a single page layout inspired by a quilt pattern I had in my stash that I intend on using in my Valentine's Day album.. I have one page for every year my DH and I have been together and celebrated Valentine's together, so this set just seemed to be too perfect to get my layout done for 2011 :)  Tutorial pics will be on the end of the post if you would like to see how I did it!
Supplies:  CTMH Magnifique paper pack, D1445 Amore, microtip scissors, foam dots, chcoclate and Pacifica ink, CTMH copper photo hangers, and organza ribbon.  Tags are cut from Colonial White cs.

Project 2: A special wall hanging I'm giving to one of my nieces for Christmas.  She LOVES peacocks, the strut, the flashy flambouyance of it all, so it was just the thing to make a teenage girl happy..LOL ~ an "ultra WOW" way for her to display a picture on her wall - (shown here out of the frame so I wouldn't get the horrible glare from the glass)
CTMH wall display in framed shadow box

Crepe paper flowers accented with mocha gems, shimmer brads and copper flowers.

Supplies used to make crepe paper flowers: Glue gun and gluesticks, white crepe paper, Pacifica and Sky reinkers, rubbing alcohol, water, small glass dish, and microwave to dry.

Supplies used on the layout: Z1349 SHIMMER Designer Brads, Z1331 Foundry Flourishes, Z1333 Mocha Opaques
Chocolate and Pacifica ink pads, Magnifique paper pack, Exacto knife, sanding block, Amore stamp set, Cutterpede scallop edge blade and paper trimmer, Tombow adhesive for paper, and Liquid Glass Adhesive for metal accents.

Now "Hop" on over to Vickie's blog to see her work and continue on the hop .....or hang out here for a minute to view the tutorial on how to make the Spiraling Log Cabin quilt page.  Either way, I hope you've enjoyed being here with me and feel free to leave comments or questions !

Luv, HUGZ, and *Glitta*    ~ Angel

Spiraling Log Cabin Pattern Tutorial

Spiraling Log Cabin Quilt Pattern (Tutorial)

Take a sheet of white 12x12 paper and using a pencil and ruler divide the paper into 4 6x6 boxes.  Then divide each box into 1/2 inch grids.

Choose dark pattern strips for the outside and light pattern strips for the inside of the grids.
(I used Magnifique papers cut into 1/2" x 12" strips and alternated using either the front of the paper with the darker design or the back of the paper with light designs - cutting them down to size as I went along so it is truly random -- Just one more reason to love our double sided papers you just cut the strips and flip them to the side you like!! )

Here is one box completed:

Here's the template:

And here's the finished page  before I added my stamped pocket and tags. (You'll notice the far top left square is smaller than the others in my version, I did this intentionally so that my little sentiment would fit snug in that box on the finished layout :)  

 Have a great week and Happy Craftin' !   ~~Angel

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

November Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Hi All my scrappy Friends!  I Just HAD to post this list courtesy of Helen Onulak's blog ~ the first blog on the hop- Start here at HELEN'S BLOG and you'll find a link to the next one, and so on -- This is a list of all the CTMH consultants who participated in the November Stamp of the Month Blog Hop and a description of their project this month !  There is such AWESOME inspiring artwork on this hop you won't want to miss it!

 I did not participate in the hop this month but I'll be on that list for December, so I hope you enjoy the hop and remember the stamp set is only available the month of November, so see the blog post before this one to see how you can get it for FREE or at a discount this month!    Enjoy Hoppin!

~ Angel

Helen OnulakStandard Card – Elegant Thank You & Tutorial
Kathleen AndrolewiczWiper Card & Tutorial
Kristie Herdener
Jill LucasStandard Card – Emboss Resist Thanks
Mary EisenVariety of Cards – using More to Adore
Shannon BuckStandard Card – using Splendor
Melinda EverittStandard Card – Gratitude using Magnifique w/ Silver Pearl Embossing
Lori LengWine Tag
Judy BurgerCards (2) – one using Olivia, one using Caboodle
Dawn RossStandard Card – Wishes: Designer Tag, using Olivia w/ crocheted ribbon
Kami WelterNotebook – using Magnifique
Melissa BurchCards (2) – one using Hooligans & Paper Weaving, other w/Felicity
Haley DyerSandard Card – using Olivia w/ Tutorial (sentiments as background)
Teri BaxterStandard Card – using Olivia
Tammy Lea PinchardStandard Card – Thanks w/ fall leaves
Debra Van PattenPlacemat – Family using Olivia
Antoinette HerrinStandard Card – Gratitude w/ stamped tree
Melissa LavertyCards – Variety using Olivia and Magnifique
Carla Ironside6 x 6 Card – using Magnifique w/ crocheted flowers
Caren Goldstein8 x 3.5 Card – using Magnifique w/Silver Pearl Embossing
Shirley RossGift Card Boxes – using Hooligans and Cards (2) – using Magnifique
Laurie NewtonCards (3) – using Olivia and Miracle Dimensional Elements
Michelle NistCards (2) – using Olivia
Terrie DoddPlacecards, Treat Tubes and Cards
Pamela O’ConnorStandard Card – Gratitude w/ Acorn using Olivia
Jen RubioCards – Variety using Magnifique
Sheila BennettStandard Card – using Passages w/ pinwheel
Misty JacksonGive Thanks Keepsake – using Veranda
Beth NaumannStandard Card – Thanks using Olivia
Georgia HauglidGift Bag – using Magnifique
Annette GreenCards – using Veranda (for coffee buddy) and Good Times
Katy DonaldsonHome Decor Item
Adeline BrillCard – using Olivia w/ paper pieced pumpkin
Melissa Robinson4 x 4 Card – using Olivia
Cindy LeekCard – using Mistletoe w/ wreath
Susan BrooksCards – Variety using Olivia w/ accordion fold flower
Wanda RileyCard – using Olivia w/ Foundry Frame
Cindy ApplemanCard – using Olivia w/ texture & paper flower
Carol HarrisCircle Card – using Olivia
Angela TuttonStandard Card – using Olivia w/ crumpled flower
Dawn HeuftPumpkin Treat Bag & Treat Topper
Brae MontgomeryTake Out Box
Michelle LoncarCards (2) – one w/ Olivia, the other Gypsy/Black
Toni HinchcliffeStandard Card – using Magnifique
Doreen GuilfoyleStandard Card – black & white
Lori BrownStandard Card – Gratitude w/ fan-fold flowers
Jody GustafsonGratitude Collection using Olivia Level 1
Kim O’RearCards – Variety using Grace
Traci GodbeeCandy Bag Topper & Placecard – using Olivia
Kimberly SmithStandard Card – Gratitude using Olivia w/ dry embossing
Jen PatrickStandard Card – simple squares using Magnifique
Jenifer BennerCard – using Olivia w/ cornucopia
Nancy BrownCard – using Olivia w/ cornucopia & hand stitching
Sarita SchraederMini Pizza Box filled w/ Sentiments
Chris ShouseStandard Card – using Magnifique
Wendy FordingCard Holder & Cards – using Olivia
Wendy CoffmanStandard Card – Thanks using Cherry-O
Kathy LickenbrockCards (4) – using Hooligans
Jean McNultyCard – random stamping & emboss resist
Angela GarciaVariety of Cards – including Christmas Tree Card

November is Time for A Little Thanks !

 Crop News
Happy Fall Everyone!  I hope all of you are taking time to look around at all the new changes this season brings, it's time to start taking those fall pictures!
The November crop weekends at Sawyer Memorial Building  will be:

Crop 1: Friday the 5th from 3p-12 and 
             Saturday the 6th from 9am-12midnight. 

Crop 2:Friday the 12th from 3p to 12 and 
             Saturday the 13th from 9am-12midnight

Cost is $5 per table per day. All participants are welcome to come 1 day or both days..note your preference on your RSVP email so I'll know what days to reserve for you!

Prepayment is not required, but we are limited to 20  6' tables, so make your plans promptly. To RSVP simply send an email and let me know which day you would like to come.  Email is: or reply to your event invitation from Facebook, MeetUp, etc.

*** Due to upcoming medical procedures in my future, there will be no December Crops but I will have a few classes and short crops in Michael's and JoAnns that you are welcome to attend. ***  See my calender on the website for details  :)) 

November Specials!  

"A Little More Thanks!"

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 During the month of November, Close to My Heart,  is expressing "A Little More Thanks" to you with a FREE My Acrylix stamp set of your choosing.
When you place a minimum order of $100 (before shipping and tax), not only will you receive the November Stamp of the Month ("A Little Thanks"...$22.95 value) FREE, but you will also receive one free stamp set of your choice from the Autumn/Winter 2010 Idea Book FREE
 (free stamp sets include set sizes A, B, C and D. Stamp sets that are not available as the free set include Workshops on the Go stamp sets, E-size stamp sets, and customizable K stamps. Tax and shipping apply).

That means if you spend $100 (before shipping and tax) you could get $45.90 in stamp sets absolutely FREE!

To take advantage of this AWESOME special, just click here to enter my website, then click on "shop online". You will be prompted to add the FREE Stamp Of The Month (A Little Thanks) and a free stamp set of your choice at the end of your order.
D1444 Nov SOTM
Stamp of the Month set for November

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Front of my card using SOTM set.

Supplies: CTMH Clear scallop card - Nov SOTM set, Love story rubons, Blue Sparkles.

November News has just gone out to all the email addresses ` If you'd like to get my newsletter to your email too - Just use the link on the sidebar to sign up - You can unsubscribe at any time :)

~ Have a great day!  Angel

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Catching up on some pictures this weekend and thought I'd post some of the types of scrappin layouts that I migrate to when I'm left to my own My style is not necessarily pleasing to anyone else but me~ but I LOVE the freedom and self expression of doing these for myself once in a while ~ Hope you enjoy the slideshow and if you have any questions, just leave a comment or email. :)   ~ Angel

clear card stamping and rub ons

Hi everyone just wanted to share some clear cards with you today that I completed and a slideshow of layouts I completed this past weekend.  It was great fun meeting some of you at Michael's Open House and I hope you'll continue to check in on the blog once in a while :)

Opaque white StazOn ink stamped card.  Stamp sets:C1102 Poinsettias,D1388 Card Chatter, D1384 Snow Flurries
Paper: CTMH Aspen, Blue sparkles

Inside of card 1

Clear card 2 is using our SOTM set for November - D1444 A Little Thanks, CTMH rubons Love Story , blue sparkles.  Paper: Magnifique CS: Sky  

Inside of Card 2
Hope you enjoyed the cards!  The Stamp of the Month set is available at a discount or FREE with a qualifying order only the month of November - you can call or email your order to me or have it directly shipped to you from my website! (link on the sidebar)

HUGZ! ~ ANgel

Friday, October 22, 2010

Clear Acetate Christmas Card Tutorial

Hi All ~ I received a request to show you how easy the new clear cards are and to show the glitter run-ons in action ~ So I have combined the two requests and have a picture tutorial for you today!  Enjoy :)
Cut out the chosen rubon and place on the inside left of the card - make sure you have taken off the protective plastic sleeves from the cards!  Rub firmly being careful not to move the transfer.  Take off the white sheet you see here - there will be a clear sheet under it - remove it as well.

Take the glitter sheet from the glitter rubons kit and place it face down over the image.  Rub firmly with your fingers, slowly starting at the center of the design and working outward -- I like to go over it again using the spatula end of the BG rubon tool just to make sure you get alot of glitter on the image.

Remove the glitter sheet and as you will see here - mine was a  large snowflake.  To do multiple colors - simply leave the clear covering on the small accent rubons until you are ready to choose the color for them.  Can you see the small snowflakes covered on the top left corner here that I'm pulling off in the picture?  I removed them next and repeated step 2 using silver and sweet leaf glitter sheets from the kit on them.

Here's what the card looks like once you finish applying the glitter-- still some sticky spots, and static glitter everywhere...can you see it?

Here's what I do to take it away!  Step 1: Sprinkle a light coat of baby powder ,talc, or baking powder.

Tap off excess and some will still stick -- looking like this -- don't panic  !

Take a dryer sheet and lightly go over your project to remove the excess powder and take the glitter and static with it!!  YAY!

Here is my finished card ~ I added a sentiment and ribbon to the front of the card using teeny glue dots and Midnight Blue  StazOn ink.  Got a small smear here since stamping on acetate is slippery - but you can wipe off the bad tries with StazOn cleaner and try again and again!  (I actually tried three different sentiments myself!) You'll want to pick one with not so much detail as it is hard to get it on there without smearing it.

Hope you enjoyed this and learned a little about clear cards, glitter rubons, and our new blue sparkles.  If you would like to get the supplies to do your cards ~ go to my site! and order away!

Enjoy your weekend and I'll be back on Monday to talk with you again!    


Thursday, October 21, 2010

Crop Night at Michael's Warner Robbins

Just a quick peek at the layout I'm doing with the Crop Night gals at Michael's tomorrow night!  I love these Sizzix dies ~ ADORABLE, right?

Michael's Crop Night is Friday Oct 22nd from 3:45 to 8:45 and admission is $5 (if you have made a purchase in the last 30 days and have your receipt then the crop is FREE! Simple sign-up or call the store to reserve your table!)  Something about that reindeer just makes me happy!  Hope to see you there !!  ~ HUGZ!  ANgel

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Feelin' the SQUUEEEZE on your time ?

I guess I'm starting to feel it alright.  I'm planning invitations to Thanksgiving events, taking pictures of this ever changing season, and working on my Christmas cards -- Yes, as always; SIMULTANEOUSLY!!  LOL
Today's post is to show you some great Christmas cards I stamped over the weekend and the pretty box they will be presented in !  Enjoy, and Hope you're starting your planning stages for the season as well!  TTYL, Angel
 Supplies:  CTMH Mistletoe papers, Red sparkles pack Z1326,
 All stamp sets and inks are Close to My Heart for a detailed list - email or comment below.
 Supplies: Close to My Heart Evensong papers and Magnetic closure Recipe/Photo Box Z1322,
                   Metal Tags by MM. 
Supplies: Close to My Heart Evensong papers, ink is New England Ivy, Olive, and Cranberry, twill ribbon. Metal frames by MM. Sizzix die poinsettia and leaves. "Music paper" by Websters pages.

I think the gals at the first Christmas card workshop this past weekend had a great time creating these and maybe I can post their "interpretations"... *whew* now I can breathe a little easier knowing I've off to a good start on my holiday cards!

Feel free to ask about the stamps used or any questions you have about the projects by email or leave a comment!  We will be doing more Christmas card workshops in NOV so don't worry if you  missed it for October ~ you'll have another chance next month!

LUV, HUGZ and *Glitta* !   Angel

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Christmas Layouts with a Magic twist!

Terrific Technique Tuesday All !  Today's share project is the new Flip Flaps from CTMH.  I experimented with my Thanksgiving and Christmas papers from my stash to see just how this wonderful new product can enlarge your 12x12 layouts into a FABULOUS expanding layout!  Check out the slideshow from!

It's so easy to use these Flip Flaps (Z1325) as you can see!  I did mine ultra fast using the Level 1 kits for each paper pack and the included Stickease (you could easily use any layout).  The Flip Flaps are sized "page protector Pockets" that attach to the page protector containing your original layout.  There are several sizes in the pack to choose from too ~ 6x12 4x12 and 8x12 ~ and you are not limited to what kinds of great layouts you can create with them!  I am so glad to have these ! Now I can keep up with the holiday rush and make great layouts in a flash that are interactive, fun, and contain more pictures.

Hope you enjoy the slideshow and if you have questions ~ please email or leave a comment !

HUGZ!  Angel

Monday, October 18, 2010

Quilling Christmas Cards at JoAnn's Macon

Hi everyone !!  Saturday October 23rd at JoAnn's in Macon I'm going to teach you how to quill these cute Xmas cards! you'll learn lots of shapes and techniques!  The class is from 5p to 7p so enjoy the pics and if you'd like to take the class - contact or go to the JoAnn's store to register and get your class supply list.
HUGZ!  Angel

Happy Anniversary to Me !

Happy Monday everyone! Just thought I'd share the Anniversary card I just completed for my DH today.  I can hardly believe its our 11th anniversary today ~ Time has flown by and I have no idea what I would be doing or where I would be today had I not met him !  So, babe; this is for you:  Love you Forever!

Basic Grey Hang10 papers, On the Surface Fibers, Bazzill cardstock and InStitchz templates, Stamps and Cocoa Ink CTMH, Card Chatter and My One and Only.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010


Greetings!  Today I wanted to show you some quick pics of the layouts I've been working on for October crop this weekend!  I've had such a ghoulishly fun time with the new CTMH paper Hooligans :))  You may be wondering why both layouts look so similar (?) that's because I wanted to prove a point and I'm glad you noticed!!  The first layout is done specific to Halloween ~ I used Martha Stewarts new GLOW in the Dark glitter mixed with Prisma glitter for the ghosties and the dots in the background... TOO FUN!!

The second layout is dedicated to my youngest son's favorite book and this is going to be his layout about it ---  You don't have to use a paper JUST for Halloween  --- stretch your stash and use that paper if the colors are right for another set of pics!  Also, this is why I LOVE CTMH paper ~ You might not have noticed it if you're not a "Collector" of papers like me ~ but the purple paper in this layout isn't even part of the Hooligans set~ it's from another set called You ROCK!  Who says you can't mix paper packs and stretch that stash even further?!?  Give it a try :))

In this case ~ these colors work perfectly with my son's all time favorite book, wouldn't you agree? I took a picture of the book itself for the layout just to remind me how "well loved" it has's been through teething spells,rough housing, destructo-mode, and still survived!

If you click on the layouts you can get a bigger shot (hopefully) of them ~ I used the Sept SOTM set Thriller on the background with black glitter from Martha Stewart, then used our ink pads and waterbrush to color the monsters.  Once they were dry i went over them with a Zig glue pen, prisma glitter, and liquid glass in places to make them look oozing, but

OH!  Also, I want to give a shout-out to a great guy who designs fonts and the font I used on this layout ~ LOVE IT!  ~ The fonts I mixed for this are Lupine and Lupineless ~ The creepy eyeball letters are just way too perfect!

Have a scrappy day and if you have a question or wanna leave me some luv ~ go ahead and post a comment or two ~

Luv HUGZ and *Glitta* ~~ Angel

All About Me Layout Challenge and Exciting October News!

All About ME Album Challenge is Underway!
  The About Me Challenge Layouts for October and the Rules for playing along can be found on the Google Doc located HERE.  I hope all of you will try to participate since it only involves 2 layouts a month..... about YOURSELF... easy, right?!?!  We always forget to scrap about ourselves, so here's your chance!  Play along with the challenge and accumulate points as you go... at the end of the challenge all participants will get a BONUS surprise from me depending on how many points they have!  So let the Challenge BEGIN!!

Here's my personal entries for Challenge Layout 1 and 2 (the October challenges):

 Layout Kits Klub
The layout kits I still have available are now in a Picasa Album located HERE for viewing.  All kits are prestamped and include all embellishments.  Shipping is based on number of layouts ordered.  If you are local we can make arrangements to pick up rather than mail them if you'd like. 
October special is FREE SHIPPING for any order of 6 kits or more, PLUS a free mini stamp set and acrylic block! 
(  I accept Visa, MC, AMEX,Propay, Paypal, and personal checks.  )

October is JUMP for JOY Month for Hostesses when you host a home Gathering order!  If you'd like to host a Gathering (whether it's in person w a group or ONLINE ) you can now JUMP into HUGE hostess rewards for the month of October!  If you'd like to know more click HERE for the full document and details for this campaign :)

Wishing every one of you a wonderful autumn !
Love, HUGZ, and *Glitta*  ~ Angel 
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