Saturday, September 17, 2011

Happy Release Day!
I guess I am a bit late so sorry about that I was waiting on my camera to charge last night and I fell asleep then I had to get up and go into work this morning for some overtime training/meeting so I just got back and got my pics so I do apologize if I threw off the schedule a little but here we go...

What a great team I have and what fun creations they made!
and I was so glad I got to have time to play along again this time
here are some that I was able to do

up first we have Frankenstein I have to admit I am not very good at masculine cards they always look so plain to me but I love the great halloween papers and supplies out there this year! I used a combination of items from DCWV Ghosts and Gobblins matstack, Recollections Midnight Magic 12x12 stack, and martha stewart crafts Halloween adhesive boarders and of course some black stampin up cardstock and my marth stewart drippy goo punch
And next this one was fun and simple... a Coffin shaped treat box with none other than our new SSD dracula!
This I used the coffin die cut from the recollections midnight magic die cut stack, some black ribbon and a sticker from DCWV immortal love scrapbook kit in a stack set. the sticker on top is a little hard to read but it says "irresistible"
and I wanted to give you a few shots to see the dimension of the treat box



and lastly before you head on your way make sure to leave a comment so we can track your route and take note of the trivia question...

What vegetable was originally used as a jack o' lantern?

Rebecca, Kathy, Julie, Sara, Regan, Lindsay (you are here), Laura, SSD Blog

29 comments:

Laura B said...

Really cool projects! That coffin is awesome. Your new images are great!:)

Bonnie said...

Great background paper on Frankenstein & love Drac's red cape.
Turnips were originally used in Ireland instead of pumpkins for jack o lanterns

Roxann said...

Love your blog! Frankie and Drac look FAB! I would guess another squash was used.

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Sandra said...

Well l'm so pleased l came back l was begining to think l couldn't complete this bloghop anyway here goes!!...........Fabulous images truly amazing coffin just awesome!! you did well with your Frankenstein l loved it and the colouring is so perfect too! and the answer to your question was it Swede ........turnip l do remember as a child chipping out Turnips-Swede it was so hard and sore anyway l have tried my best l'd like to know the answer at the end of this bloghop so will sign off!:) Sandra H

Sharon said...

Love your Dracula...
answer: turnip

Robin said...

You have done an amazing job! I love all the new images. Your Dracula and Frankenstein are great, love the colors and the coffin. Can't wait to see the next set you draw up. Your answer is turnips.

Kathy said...

These are great Lindsay. I really love that treat box, what a fun little gift! Great new drawings from you as always! Loving this release!
Hugs~Kathy

CTgirl said...

Frankenstein's background papers are great!
Wow, the Dracula creation is quite spectacular!!
Answer: Turnips: Candles were placed in hollowed out turnips originally in Ireland.
Fabulous Hop...learned a few new things...:)

Heather D. said...

Love the treat box - very creative! Trivia - turnips in Ireland/Scotland, but pumpkins in America :-)

Ruza's Craft Corner said...

Great projects! Really love your coffin!!
Trivia answer ... turnips

Mary M. said...

Awesome coffin. Love all the new images. I'll copy other comments and say turnip because I have no idea.

Debbie said...

Awesome projects. Well my first instinct said squash was used, but hmmmmm, turnip sounds interesting. I can't image carving a turnip.

DebbieM

Linda Palmer said...

Your cards are great masculine cards and I love your B&W background papers. Both images are colored great. I am thinking maybe squash.

Kim Kelley said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the coffin! Way too cute! No clue on the veggie..but a guess would be a squash.

happyscrapper said...

Hi Lindsay,
Frankenstein never looked better. I love the background paper. The treat box is just fabulous. I will have to make some for my kids. I will be guessing here it may be turnip.

Kate said...

Awesome Projects. Love the Coffin and the images are wonderful. Another awesome release.

Hugs,
Kate

In paper heaven said...

What wonderful work you do. I just love your coffin box. Fantastic!! I'm going to guess a turnip was used instead of a pumkin

Patty Sue 2 said...

Oh, I do love both of your projects. I can't choose which I like the best! It was the turnip!

Mrs. Sassy Crafter (Fabi) said...

You are so talented!!!! Love the projects....and I'm gonna go wit butternut squash! haha they kind of look like pumpkins right?!

DQ said...

Love the red and black Dracula coffin and Frankenstein's card!
I think Turnips is the answer to your question.
Thanks

KC said...

I think I read somewhere it was like a turnup or something like that...great projects by the way...love the Dracula!

Sara said...

Very cool Lindsay! I have the same problem with masculine cards too, but they turned out great!

Anne said...

both of your creations are vonderful.... love the background of Frankenstein and the coffin trick or treat box... Root vegetables like turnips were used instead of the pumpkin at first..

Robin said...

Hi Lindsay. I know you have many followers on SSD, however, I think you deserve more. You are so talented. I really appreciate all you've done. I left you an award on my blog http://robins-reflections.blogspot.com/. If you accept this award leave me a note. Thanks.

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