Saturday, September 15, 2012

Nacho 11

Good morning, Friends! I hope you are ready for a great weekend!! Looks like it will be a nice one around here! In a little while I will be heading out to an open house of a new little wool store in town! Our wool teacher has decided to open her own studio and sell her own designs (along with others) and she will be selling other items that one needs when stitching! I am so excited!! Then after I do a little shopping, Nick has a soccer game! We weren't going to let him play because of his foot but he has made a remarkable recovery so we decided that he has to talk to his coach and together they can decide. He says he feels perfectly fine. Now I just tease him because he had to put us through all that drama for just a 24 hour injury. Geesh!!

Today's card was inspired by the Nacho Average Challenge. It's a great sketch this week and I knew it was perfect for my Googly Ghouls! So I took a piece of the Pumpkin Pie designer paper from the Polka Dot Parade pack and flagged one end. To the back I added two strips of Lucky Limeade that had gone through the Big Shot with the Tasteful Trim die. This panel is adhered to a Basic Black card base. Then I stamped the mummy in black StazOn onto Whisper White and cut him out. He is popped up onto a tag from the Ghoulish Googlies Designer Kit and that is popped up onto the card. Then I stamped the 'boooo' in black StazOn onto a strip of Pumpkin Pie and flagged both ends. I also popped this up onto the card. Finally, I added my gogglies! Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Googly Ghouls; Paper- Basic Black, Lucky Limeade, Pumpkin Pie, Whisper White, Polka Dot Parade designer paper; Ink- black StazOn; Accessories- Ghoulish Googlies Designer Kit, gogglies, Tasteful Trim die, dimensionals 


  1. I'm so glad you joined us again!! I love your card--it's so cute!!

  2. Love this card and how you used the piece from the Designer Kit!

  3. Deb, I just love the way you used this sketch. The colors and products you used are just so perfect together! And I just love the way you used the 'eyes'. Very clever and creative!
    Thank you for playing along with us @ NAC.