Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Thrifty Gifting and a Moxie Fab World Sketch

I've got another "thrifty gifting" tutorial for you on the May Arts blog.  It's not too soon to start planning your Christmas list and with budgets a bit tighter, a handmade gift is all the more meaningful.  I've got a little gift set that any traveler on your list would love...male or female.



All the details and supply list are here.

I seem to be working backwards on the Moxie Fab World sketches!  Here's the first one which is a shaped card sketch:



I'm trying to get my Halloween cards finished and I had this little skeleton out on my desk.  I just couldn't resist that fun sentiment!




Yes, you're seeing correctly...he's was so freaked out, that now he's a little batty and everything is just a bit askew.  I still think he's Moxie Fabulous!

Don't forget about the Blogaversary Candy!





Supplies:
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Stampin Up
Ink: Versafine


Don't forget about the Blogaversary Candy!

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10 comments:

~amy~ said...

Such fun projects!!

Sue from Oregon said...

I have the giggles over you skeleton card LOL!
I so love the look of black and cream...the perfect antique look!

Annette said...

aww I love that Halloween Card... So so cute...
Love your Christmas idea... that is funny you mentioned it because our family has already said that we are going to make our gifts this year... can't wait..

jen said...

that MA post is fabulous! I really love how the items all turned out!!!! and your cute shaped card is hilarious- that sentiment CRACKS ME UP!!!!! :D

Anna Fearer said...

I love the both projects!

Cath said...

Hey Charlene! Thanks for linking this up to the Shaped Sketch challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

Regina Easter said...

hahaha.....so darn funny...love it and those tags...hugs

Kristii said...

Such fun projects!!! I love them!!

Dr Sonia S V said...

Dropped in from Monicas blog-- such a sweet skeleton card!

Cheers from Bangalore ,India
Dr Sonia S V
http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

Shubhra said...

OMG...what an amazing card !