Tuesday, September 16, 2008

NHFCU Hostess Club Kickoff Party Projects

Last night we had our first NHFCU Hostess Club! Here are the projects we made:



The owl party favor uses the Top Note Bigz Die, Birds and Blooms flower die, My Way punch(cutting the arrow tail off for the beak), Scallop Circle, 1" and 1/2" circle punches, and the Small Cello Bags.


The Scaredy Cat card uses the Weathered Background stamp (retired, but I HAD to use it!) and the Batty for You stamp set. Punches are Scallop Circle and Spiral, Cardstock is Pumpkin Pie, Kiwi Kiss, Basic Black, Whisper White and Ghostly Greetings DSP. The ribbon is 1/4" Basic Black grosgrain. Inks: Basic Black, White Signo Gel Pen.


And, the popcorn ball holder uses the Eat, Drink, and Be Scary stamp set from the Mini Catalog coming out October 1st. I made the broom from a bamboo skewer, some Linen Thread, and Tombow Multi Adhesive. The wide oval punch makes a window for the popcorn ball, which is held in place by Mini Glue Dots.



We had a great time!

Thanks for looking!

Michelle



10 comments:

Jenn said...

AWESOME projects, Michelle! I'm sure your ladies LOVED all of the projects.

Kris said...

Thanks for sharing these ideas Michelle!

Love your popcorn ball package.

jackiestamps4fun said...

Too cute! Totally CASEing these!

ka said...

Oh, my god these are the cutest thing I've seen! With halloween approaching around the corner I think I'm gonna mass produce this for my kids. Is that all right with you?

2stampis2b said...

Produce away! I love to share!

Charlie said...

These are sooooo cute. Wish I lived closer.

Angie Tieman said...

What fun Halloween projects! That one with the witch hat is sooo cool! I'm sure they loved them!

Claire Brennan said...

These are sooooo cool - especially that owl - awesome!!

love2Bcreative said...

WOW! These all just ROCK Michelle ;o) I wanna join your club!!
TFS~

Kristin said...

OOh, I love your owl topper! I saw it on Jackie Wright's blog and missed her link to you until she pointed it out. Thanks for sharing this awesome idea! I made 10 of these today for an upcoming craft fair!