Favorite Halloween swaps

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I received a lot of great swaps in Baltimore.  I'd like to share some of my favorites with you.  These are my two favorite Halloween ones.  Unfortunately I can't tell you who made them as they didn't have any info on them!  Imagine doing such nice work and not putting your name on it.  Well, thank you if the artists happen to stop by here.  : )

Can you see the spiderweb embossing on both of them?
Love that, the bat punch, the glittery spider, brayering - all such fun!

Baltimore Regional

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Here's a bunch of RemARKable Stampers at the Baltimore Regional.  We had a blast.  I got a lot of great swap cards and took over 100 pictures of the sample boards.  I love the "Workshop Wows" and other projects that Stampin' Up! demonstrated for us. They also gave us a stamp set and five make n take projects for it.  What a fun day!  I enjoyed it so much I'm planning on bringing a mini version of it to you, so if you're near Plymouth Meeting, PA, I'd love to have you join me.  I would also love to have you join me at these type of events.  If you sign up with me between now and Oct. 17th, I can offer you a new, yet to be unveiled stamp set, Eat Chocolate (stinkin cute!) as well as the gorgeous Greenhouse Gala Craft Tote FREE!  I wish I could sign up again - this is an awesome offer.  I have seen this tote in person and I so want one, but I can't get it - only new recruits can!  Here are some samples with Eat chocolate.  I'll be posting some of my favorite swaps soon too - so come back for that.


RemARKable Holiday Madness Blog Tour - # 7

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Wow, last day of the tour already.  I hope you've enjoyed seeing all the wonderful holiday ideas.  I know I got a few more ideas to try. 
Did you know Stampin' Up! has a jewlery line?  It's called Simply Adorned.  We have a bracelet and two different lengths of chains, as well as four different sizes of charms.  There are even new baubles in the Holiday Mini that hook on to the chains.  All of the charms are locket style to hold whatever you'd like - pictures, dried flowers, and best of all - stamped images!  This means you can stamp initials or anything else you'd like.  You can make inserts for every holiday or even every day.  I've seen people weave ribbon through the chain to get a different look too.  Here I just tied a little bow for an extra touch. These make wonderful gifts and are a great way to wear some art.
I'm thinking I'll probably wear mine at the Baltimore Regional, where I'm sure to gets tons more ideas to share with you, so I hope you'll come back and visit me often.  Enjoy!