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Hi. I'm Donna and the owner of a business called Luv2Emboss. I've been crafting since the moment I could color with a crayon without eating it first! I have been embossing with Lasting Impressions' Brass Templates for 20 years and I am on their Design Team. I also love to craft with rubber stamps and I sell Lawn Fawn products. I hope the cards and projects I display will perk your interest to try a new craft or play with an old one! Enjoy. :-)

Thursday, September 17, 2020

HALLOWEEN WITH BARBARA

 

Donna's Pumpkin Witch LI #L9069

Good afternoon!  I have a couple of very cute Halloween ideas from Design Team Member Barbara and, with time on my hands, and not a stylus for once (LOL), here is what she sent me recently:

Barbara's Halloween Truck LI #L9413, #L9422, #L1085 & L9670

Time and time again, Barbara has come up with the cutest designs using Lasting Impression's Truck Template.  I love the colors she used on this truck and how adorable is that ghost and the cat taking a ride with bats flying overhead and the cutest pumpkins maybe trying to catch a ride!  I love it.  :-)  And look how cute she made these Halloween Jars!  I wonder what is inside those jars.  Candy maybe?

Barbara's Halloween Jar Trios LI #L9356, #L9424, #Ll068 & #L9672

5 comments:

  1. So, Barbara beat me to a Halloween truck. This one is so cute!! I was trying to figure out how to make the ghost drive but I like this better. And the cat is darling, I wish I had this template. But the Trick or Treat jars are just the best, so clever!!

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    1. Awww thanks Karie. I've been waiting for your Halloween truck, but I see you've been on a tag kick! :)

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    2. LOL ... I love you two complimenting one another and yes ... where is your truck Karie? Mine is coming! Oh joy. :-)

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  2. Donna, your pumpkin witch is adorable! Very clever.

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  3. Thanks Barbara. I saw a similar use of that template on Pinterest and I decided to give it a try with just a little twisting ... or rather tearing! :-)

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