Sunday, November 2

A GREAT WEEK and some Digital Freebies!!!

Aside from the fact that I had a fun halloween and my first poker game, this week is great because I was able to create quite a lot.

Let me start this blog with a Christmas card I created for a fellow PIFer from SplitCoastStampers.  She sold me a bunch of Bella Stamps for only $20.  So far, I only have a few, but thanks to Molly, I have more!  Check out my new Bella Stamps here.

Back to my Christmas Card. 

With this one, I didn't do any stamping, but I did some paper-piecing if you call it that.  The BG paper is from DCWV's Christmas Stack.  I also used 2 edge punchers:  one by Fiskars (threading water) and the Scallop Edge punch by Stampin' Up.  The green ribbon is one of my many left-overs.

This is how it looks like with the first flap open.

And this is how it looks like when opened all the way.

 I also want to share with you my biggest project ever.  It's a halloween board I made for work. 

It's a collaboration among the staff, and we did a great team.  I'm sorry I just had to brag.  What made this special is that this project led to a crop to take place next week.  Click here to see the board in detail.

What also made this week great is my being published once again.  Scrap N' Art just released their November/December issue, and you can see some of my creations there.  To see their latest issue, all you need to do is subscribe for free, and you get to download this jam-packed issue.  Yep!  It's loaded with tutorials, freebies and ideas.  Also, check out their page calls for their March/April '09 issue by clicking here.  By the way, my creations are on page 21 and 29 .

The Daily Scrapper just recently released their latest issue too.  And one of my multiply pals from the Philippines, Teresa, wrote a very nice article, right on the front page!  Don't forget to download their freebie for this week.  It's a very nice digital LO by none other than Alice Koh - right here.
And for more digital freebies, click on the following links:
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, fellow crafters!

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