Tuesday, September 25, 2012

monster love

I have two more adorable monster projects to share with you today. I know, I know, enough already!! I just can't help it though, they are really that cute! All supplies are from A Muse Studio.

This card was inspired by one made by a very creative fellow consultant, you can see her card here. This fun set can be used in so many ways...I can totally see kid's parties, birthdays, thank you, love and friendship and of course, Halloween! 

I just love how adding the twinkle stickers to the eyes seems to give them cute!!! 

This next project is straight out of the 2012 A Muse Studio Holiday Catalog. These little sour cream treat containers were so quick and easy to make and best of all...I got four from one piece of card stock!! I do recommend using a super sticky adhesive tape for this project and not to over-stuff them...just a few small candies. What a cute party favor for a monster bash!!! 

Thanks for stopping by!! 

~ Julie D.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

monster breath?

Hi! I have another cute monster project to share with you today...a wrapped pack of gum, perfect for bad cases of monster breath!! All supplies (except punch, Fiskars, and gum) are by a muse studio

There you have it - an easy, quick and (I think) adorable Halloween it!!! 

Thanks for stopping by!
~ Julie D.

Monday, September 17, 2012

monster match...

Hi there! Here is a fun matching game that I made using a muse studio's monster bash stamp set. I just love these cute little guys and they are not just for Halloween! It makes a perfect little game to keep in your purse for those times when you need to entertain the kidlets, like while waiting for your food at a restaurant!!  

I simply punched out scallop circles from both sugar and polka-dot paper and used a glue stick to attach them together. I doubled them up to make the cards a little sturdier since we will be flipping them over and over again. 
Add a little tag to tie onto the bag for a finishing touch!!

I used a different color of ink for each pair of monsters. There are eight monsters in the set and I wanted an odd number of matches so I made twins using one of the smaller guys. It has been a hit with my daughter and we have already played too many times to count...she loves the monsters too!! Here are all the cards...

All supplies are from a muse studio (except for the punch, which is by Fiskars, and the little bag). 

Thanks for stopping by! 
Julie D.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012