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Cute Spooky Ghost Trio

Good Sunday morning.  I was in a Halloween mood this morning and made a fun and fast card using  my Memory Box Ghost Trio and Estate Fence. I don’t like scary Halloween and I think these three little ghosts are way more cuter than scary. I twisted the estate fence  to look like a  scary cemetery fence.

KC Memory Box Ghost Trio 1 right

There is not much explanation needed for this card. I simply layered the designer paper and attached the crimped ground, the fence and the three ghosts.

KC MEmory Box Ghost Trio 1 center

It doesn’t get much easier and fast than this.  It would be really cute for a kids who loves Halloween.

KC Memory Box Ghost Trio 1 left 

I hope you are enjoying your weekend.  Thanks for coming by.

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Paper:  More Mustard, Black, Retired SU Design Paper   Accessories:  Memory Box Ghost Trio, Estate Fence, Crimper, Glossy Accents, Mounting Tape


Snow Scene Magic Box

Good Friday morning.  I have another Magic Box to share with you today with a soft snowy scene with a cute snowman and pine trees. Check out Elaine’s wonder Magic Box blog for full details and tutorial on how to make your own Magic Box.

I chose this fun Papertrey Christmas Print paper to cover the box.  I love the red with white snowflakes and the sweet pine and snowflake print.

KC MAgic Box 2 front

I used the coordinating pine and snowflake paper on the inside.  I wanted it to look like a pine tree forest with the little group of trees standing in the center with the snowman.

KC Magic Box 2 Full Open

Here’s are some closer views.

KC Magic Box 2 open front

KC Magic Box 2 side view

KC Magic Box 2 open back

I finished the box top with a multi loop bow, pine and snowflakes.

KC Magic Box 2 top front

Thanks for coming by today and I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

 

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Paper: Papertrey Christmas Print, White, Wasabi, Black Accessories: Impression Obsession Tree Line, Marvy Uchida Extra Giga Multi Christmas Punch, Martha Stewart Branch Punch, Aspen Punch Around The Page Set, Flower Soft Polar White, Glossy Accents, Ruler, Snips,


Butterfly Garden Magic Box

Good Tuesday morning!  Have you seen Elaine’s fantastic Magic Boxes on Splitcoaststampers and Pinterest?  Better yet have you checked out the Magic Box blog? Wow!  Elaine does some incredible work and I have been mesmerized.  If you click on this link you will be taken to Something Wicked,  the most incredible Halloween project I have ever seen.

My friend and DT teammate, Dina Kowal wrote me a couple of weeks ago and sent a link to Elaine’s Something Wicked project.  We wrote back and forth commenting on what interesting and creative work it was and how in the world did she accomplish such magic.  Before we knew it we had decided to challenge ourselves and each other to give the magic box a try.  Please hop on over and check out Dina’s project on Mama Dini’s Stamperia

OK.  So I checked out Elaine’s Small Butterfly Box tutorial and was instantly terrified.  The tutorial was written with metric measurements.  Now, I don’t know about you but I have issues with our standard inch measurements.  I am pretty good at making a paper flower but making precisely measured 3 D projects…..not so much! After calming myself, deep breathing to relax my trembling fingers, pulling out my strongest reading glasses and metal ruler here is what I came up with.

KC Magic Box full top and bottom

Note to self.  Trying to get fancy and adding a fence to the outside walls of the box keep it from closing neatly and leaves ugly gaps.

KC Magic Box Top 1

I was a pretty happy girl when I put the box lid on and that it fit.

KC Magic Box Top 2

Second note to self….the fence on the inside walls may have worsened the gap problem. LOL!

KC MAgic Box Flying Scene 2

The thing that made me the happiest was actually getting my butterflies to fly. Here is a little closer view of the butterflies hovering over the flower garden.

KC MAgic Box Close Up Scene

Ok.  If I can make one of these anybody can.  It really isn’t nearly as hard as it looks and I think I can do lots better the next time around.  You definitely need to check out Elaine’s blog.  And before you check out Elaine’s blog and get lost over there for an hour or two, remember to check out Dina’s project. Oh…. Be careful …because you going to get lost in Dina’s blog, too! You'd better go get a cup of coffee.  You're going to be a while. 

KC Magic Box Full Scene

Thanks for stopping in today and I hope you week is going well.

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Stamps:  Rubbernecker Butterfly Inchies, Garden Shrub Set   Paper:  Pink, Olive, Retired Stampin’ Up! Designer Paper, White    Ink:  Distress Ink, Peeled Paint  Accessories:  My Favorite Things Mini Rolled RoseImpression Obsession Fence, Poppy Stamps Ivy Tendrils, Flower Mound, Martha Stewart Branch Punch. Medium Frond Punch, Acetate, Glossy Accents, Glue Dots, Metric Ruler, QuickStik, Kraft Knife, Stylus, Mat, Gold Embossing Powder, Versa