Monday, October 30, 2017

12 Kits of Occasions October '17: Boo to You!


Happy Halloween Greetings! It's the day before the spooking begins, and
12 Kits of Occasions is bringing you October's post today. 
This month I'm the hostess, and I had such a good time putting together a not too frightful 
kit for all my teammies.


Thanks to Lindsey, our resident genius when it comes to photographing a bit of
everything included in the kit. Mwah! 

No time to waste, hope your cuppa is handy, I have a ton to show you!


Let's start with some brew from Frantic Stamper to kick things off.
By the way, if anything catches your eye, there's a list of products used in the kit
on the 12 Kits blog.


It truly is 'All About the Candy'


Not too long ago Marybeth used this boxcard die from Reverse Confetti on one of her projects.
Had to have it, and loved adding some of the designer papers to decorate it. The haunted town
die cut was included in the kit.


Funny story, my teenage granddaughter is afraid of spiders, which always seem to show up in our 
house when she's visiting. Guess who got this card for Halloween? 'Grandma, you're so mean!'


You have to have a shaker in the lineup. The die's from Memory Box.


Kept this card simple to showcase this trio from Impression Obsession.


Does anyone really eat candy corn? But it's like the symbol of Halloween!


I think I used this stamp and die set from Poppystamps more than any other this season. 
They are just so darn cute!


Still with me? My last (I promise!) card uses puff paint (Tsukineko Neon Amplify) 
to give my pumpkins some dimension. 
And that's it for this hostess. Hope you enjoyed it. And hope you visit each and every 
teammie and leave some love on their blogs.
I have a prize to give one winner of our drawing, so don't forget to comment!

Hugs, and Happy Halloween!






17 comments:

  1. Nancy you cards are as faBOOlous as your kit!! I had a FANGtastic time with it... nothing frightful [those HANDS! wouldn't they be incredible fun cut from glow in the dark cardstock?- I'll admit to going into the closet to see if they were!!!], all delightful... so happy to have your darling owls for reference later! xx and thanks!
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  2. Your cards are all frightfully fangtastic (sorry Michele, I loved that and had to copy!) Nancy, but the top award goes to the box card! Absolutely LOVE that (been looking at that die for awhile now and should just break down and buy it!!) box and especially the creepy hands curving around the front of the box...too fun! And yes, I do eat candy corn along with peanuts...tastes just like a payday bar...yummmm!! Anyway, GREAT cards and can't wait to see what the other gals put together using your FUN kit! :0)

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  3. Wow! You went all out. Looks like a faboolous kit.

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  4. The cards look like so much fun to make!

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  5. The cards look like so much fun to make!

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  6. Wow.... Love them all, Nancy! Your card in a box is a spooky treat for sure and I love the blood on the spider card! The last card with the pumpkins outlined is darling , I loved that stamped image. Thank you very much for such a fun filled kit !

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  7. These are darling and wow! do I adore those cats!!

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  8. Nancy, thanks so much for this wonderful kit ! I had so much fun playing .. I just ran out of time. I've been helping my daughter move the past few weekends and it's starting to take it's toll on me! Feeling beat! Your cards are all amazing.. you got me with that first photo. the pop up spooky scene.. the kind of card/box I love but am so afraid to try to make. I love you you altered the elements, inking the pieces and how you matched the elements! Bravo! Always a treat!

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  9. Oh wow Nancy, you are the queen of Halloween!! The drippy goo with the spiders is perfectly creepy! The Halloween box is out of this world spectacular ~ WOWZA!! And the candy with the twine and cellophane wrapping is such a cute idea! Everything is oodles of fun. Thanks for the awesome kit!

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  10. Nancy, loved your kit so much--it was such fun!! And your card & box are spooktacular. The box is amazing, especially the fingers around the sides! Love the dripping blood with the spiders too. Just wonderful designs, makes me glad that I have so many supplies left. I had planned to use the owls and now that I've seen yours, can't wait to get them out to color.

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  11. How fun Nancy! What a spooktacular collection of projects! Such sweet treats!

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  12. Wow...really what else can I say? What an amazing and fun kit. Thank you so much for all the fun ingredients! Love all your wonderful cards, so stinkin' fun and just spooky enough. Love your pop up box, so clever!!! I have that die too and never think to use it, thank you so much for the incredible inspiration! Happy Halloween!

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  13. Nancy, I don't even know where to begin. This might be your most fabulous kit post ever! I am in awe...absolute awe. You're pop-up card, the cellophane candy, the darling shaker, the inked up skeleton hands, the spider card for your granddaughter (ha!)...the details on each one are just incredible. Oh, what a talent you have! Thank you for your awesome kit...so glad I have leftovers to try to CASE some of your awesomeness.

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  14. Wow !!! This is such a great set of cards !

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  15. OMGoodness - an abundance of amazing projects with incredible attention to all of those special details!!! That Halloween pop up card is my favorite... IF I were forced to choose. But each and every card is a work of art and love 'em all! A beautifully curated and packaged kit. Thank you!!

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  16. WOW, Nancy, your cards and box are really cool looking and somewhat spooky...boo hoo! You added some very clever details, and it’s obvious your kit was a BIG hit. Awesome designs!

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  17. Oh my Nancy, these are all so much fun! Your kit was just full of scary goodness. I'm so sorry I didn't get to play along with you all this month. I'll be CAS-ing lots of cards with my kit.

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