Slight delay & Holiday Catalog Ornament

A few days ago I told you I would be starting my 12 weeks of Halloween today ... but ....I've hit a few snags and it will be delayed.

I have four weeks of projects made and they're ready to be filmed ...but I used up all my Howlstooth Designer Paper (obsessing over making the Halloween ornaments).   To be on the safe side I'm NOT going to say when I'll post it ...that way I won't disappoint you again.  As soon as I get the paper and can get some quiet time to film a video I'll get to it!!

The other snag is .... Chase had oral surgery yesterday and I'm back to being a nurse.  I thought it was going to be a simple in and out thing .. I was WRONG!  He can't eat or talk for 48 hours (liquid diet) ... and he has to apply pressure non stop..... AND .... him being a guy ....they are way more needy than girls (shush ... don't tell the guys I said that). 

Below is what I shared on my Chic n Scratch Facebook page last night .....

It's taken me three days to get it right and I'm happy to report I can show you how to make the Stampin Up Holiday catalog ornament that's on the front cover.

And here's my Halloween version.....

I've got everything ready to do a video ... and hopefully I can post it this evening. But it really depends on how much Chase needs me and how many other distractions happen.  When I'm finished with the video I'll work on my version of the written instructions.

A HUGE thank you goes out to the ladies that sent me the instructions.  We talked about it on my live stream the other day and several ladies sent me the instructions from Stampin Up I'm not going to share those because you'll want more instructions than what they provide.  I promise after my video you'll know how and will no longer be confused.   AND .. it's not as hard as it looks .. I promise.

Thanks and have a great day!!

Angie facebook
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p.s. If you want to make the Holiday ornaments here's a quick & dirty supply list

Christmas Ornament

  • Old Olive ink #126953
  • Cherry Cobbler ink #126966
  • Cherry Cobbler Tulle Ribbon #127841
  • Holiday Ornaments Framelits #127816
  • Ornament Keepsakes stamp set - Wood #129949 Clear #129950
  • Jumbo Pearls #125577
  • Faceted Designer Buttons #127555
  • Liquid Glue #110755
  • Rosette Die #125594
  • Big Shot Die Cut Machine #113439
  • Very Vanilla Taffeta Ribbon #119960
  • 1-3/8 Circle Punch #
  • Bone Folder #102300
  • Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint #116806
  • Mini Glue Dots #103683
  • Old Olive card stock #100702
  • Hot Glue Gun

Halloween Ornament

  • Howlstooth Designer Paper #126906
  • Crumb Cake Tulle Ribbon #127840
  • Holiday Ornaments Framelits #127816
  • Jumbo Pearls #125577
  • Faceted Designer Buttons #127555
  • Liquid Glue #110755
  • Rosette Die #125594
  • Big Shot Die Cut Machine #113439
  • Very Vanilla Taffeta Ribbon #119960
  • 1-3/8 Circle Punch #
  • Bone Folder #102300
  • Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint #116806
  • Mini Glue Dots #103683
  • Basic Black card stock #121045
  • More Mustard card stock #100946
  • Hot Glue Gun

 

Date: 2:25 PM | Permalink | Comments (4)

Comments

  1. Lisa

    AW, we understand Angie, hope Chase feels better soon. YIPPEE you did it, it looks gorgeous. Can’t wait to try one, we’ll see if I have the right stuff. LOL I’m into making the toilet paper roll baskets, I love love love them.

  2. Cherie

    Wow! These are gorgeous! Can’t wait to see how to make them (your way)! :)
    Hopefully you won’t have to play nurse too long! I tried to watch your live stream the other day, but my pc was acting up and I missed it! Darn it! TFS!

  3. Joyce

    Men are such babies when they are sick!!! I hope he feels better soon so you can get back to having fun! Your ornaments look fantastic!
    Peace, Love & Joy,
    Joyce

  4. Veronica Heesh

    Dear Angie,

    I’m new to all these (Scrapbooking,making cards, stamping) and I love it. I was searching in you tube and I found your video about the post it covers and I love it. Thank you for the great ideas.

    Veronica Heesh (the new chic on the blog)

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