Friday, November 9, 2012

Holiday Blog Hop

Welcome to our Holiday Blog HOP
You should be arriving her from Kreimers blog if not you may want to start over at her blog then join the rest of the hop by follwing the instructions in each blog as to where to hop to next.
BetsyBoo   <You are here
October Beauty     < Go here next
Ken’s Kreations
Sis O’Snap
Phantom Rink Rat

I look forward to visiting everyone's blogs and see what they are all doing.

I scraplifted my "concept" from a photo I had seen about a year ago. I had so much fun making these little snowmen I used the Snow Friends 2009-2010 limited edition cartridge.

I cut the snowmen all at 2.25 inches, then I cut the rosettes from Ribbons and Rosettes cartridge I cut the large rosette 1.50 inches, middle size at 1.25, and the small at .75 inches.

I cut a 10" circle and a smaller 8 inch circle out of a light weight cardboard, then wrapped the circle with ribbon. Then I placed the rosettes on the circle and hat glued them together. 


Thanks for stopping by I hope you enjoyed my project.
Next blog to visit: October Beauty
Please leave a comment I will select someone randomly generated for a  little blog candy of a set of metal snowflake stickers like the stickers that I used on a couple of my small rosettes.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Haley Honey Boo Boo

What do you do when your 18 year old asks you to make her a Honey Boo Boo sash, of course you make it for her and then dig out a crown from the dress up box.  These are the photos of what I was able to get together for her.  I used my cricut to cut the letter out of a velvet paper and then used my scotch dot roller to adheare the letters to the sash, can you believe that I had thee silver fabric on hand.  The rest of the costume was bringing out the princess peach dress,  and fake eyelashes, she did not need the flipper she said her teeth were perfect.

Halloween 2012 Projects

Halloween Projects 2012

Full day at KIDS Club with projects by betsym

What a favorite project these little shoes were, the kids loved making them and could not make enough.
Later when we got back from a field trip we made candy corn back pack hangers

After we ran out of orange beads we had to come up with a new project so the boys especially loved this little skeleton,  and a little extra was that the beads glowed in the dark.

We also make a few spiders out of clay too.