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Too Cute for Words!!

Today we have 2 gorgeous Fall pages to share with
all of you and some cute Halloween decorations
to inspire you before the holidays!

designer: Debbie Fitzgerald

Debbie has some great ideas for todays page to
share with all of you!!
Besides layering so many cute papers
and using lots of popped up stickers and chipboard
embellishments she pulled out a piece of
aida cloth from her stash and spritzed it with
glimmer mist and pulled the threads to
make it look like fringe. And then ....she stitched
the border with embroidery floss and added
little beads! How cute is that!!!

supplies: GP408, 410, 411, 414, 417 &
ESG 003, EC 003 & BGP 222

designer: Rita Barakat

Rita added more to this already cute paper
by adding swirls of rhinestones and popped
up lots of cute pumpkins everywhere to
add to the cute pumpkin patch where the kids
are. She painted over the letters to make
them more uniform and add a little
more glitz and shine to the layout. Sooo Cute!

designer: Julie Walton

This really adorable card
was made with our glitter dots
and sunflower papers cut up with some ribbon
and a little stitching! Love all the colors!!

supplies: BGP223, GP410

designer: Kim Holmes

Cute idea to decorate choc bars with
gorgeous glittery papers and even
cuter stickers and some ribbon!
This would be a great idea for class parties and special
people you want to give something
a little extra special!

supplies: ESG 007 stickers & GP 458, 318, 324
designer: Jing-Jing Nickel

This is a really fun project to recycle a cute tin
that you may have already laying around somewhere
and re-decorate it to hold
lots of candy for co workers!
The adorable border in orange is made with
a punch and the bats are popped up
with our BC pop dots!

supplies: GP 319, GP 452

designer: Katarina Damm-Blomberg

Katarina made this cute wallhanging out
of a recycled frame. She painted it and added
lots of stickers, ribbons and glitter.
Super cute!!

We hope you love all our new projects by our
designers today and hope you go and be creative
and get started on something fun today!!

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