The Pharmacist Pencil and Book Mark Treat Holder

Happy Tuesday before Halloween…this week I am sharing a few easy projects to create for some of your favorite Trick or Treaters!!! 
Who wouldn’t love to receive a Lost Zombie Pencil/Book Mark Tag for a special treat! 

Die cut mixed media die from pattern paper
Die cut tags using mat board and pattern paper.
Run pattern paper tags through Xyron Creative Station or use your favorite adhesive. 
Adhere pattern paper tags to mat board tag. 
Die cut Twisted Edge from pattern paper. 
Adhere behind tag. 

Ink pattern paper with distress ink. 
Die cut using Gothic Gate die.
Adhere gothic gate to bottom of tag front. 
Die cut Lost Zombie from mat board and different pieces of pattern paper.
Ink pattern paper zombie with distress ink. 
Wrap twine around metal of pencil. Add pencil to side of prepared tag.
 Add small skull to top of eraser with stick pin. 
Adhere inked zombie and clothes to mat board zombie. 
Add to top of prepared tag with pop dots. 
Adhere word sentiment from pattern paper behind label mat board. 
Die cut pattern paper from tag die; adhere to top of mat board label.
 Add brads place to top of prepared tag. 
Fussy cut two bugs from pattern paper; adhere together with pop dots. 
Adhere to front of tag. 

Add ribbon ties to top of prepared tag.

Wrap small jar with twine, add metal skull bones to front. 
Wrap twine around top of prepared jar. 
Attach to ribbon with metal clip. 
I hope I have inspired you today to grab some of your favorite Sizzix dies and create a few fun pencil/book markers for your favorite peeps. 
Thanks for stopping today. Hugs Pam
Sizzix Lost Zombie
Sizzix Twisted Edge
Sizzix Gothic Gate
Sizzix XL Tag
Mat Board
Tim Holtz Regions Beyond Paper Stash Pad
Distress Ink: Seedless Preserves and Shabby Shutter
Blending Tool
Orange and Brown Seam Binding
Brown Twine
Metal Cross Bone
Metal Clip
Small Jar
Small Plastic Skull
Xyron Creative Station
Pop Dots

Boo! Hallloween Planner Pages with Blank Page Muse Stamps

Hi Blank Page Muse Fans! 
Pam here to share some exciting news!!!
Are you getting excited for Halloween!!!
Well it is right around the corner…just a few weeks away!
So let the PLANNING begin!!!
What better way but to celebrate and use the newest addition to Blank Page Muse Shop … 

Blank Page Muse is releasing 3 sets of planner stamps as we start the new trend in the Blank Page Muse Shop!
Each set of stamps has there unique holiday look but all can be intermixed throughout the year!

I created my At a Glance Planning Notebook pages using the Everyday Planner and Boo! Halloween Planner Stamp Sets!
This particular planner I use for my creative planner as I am on several design teams, create stamps for Blank Page Muse and other products for the industry. 
So I am always needing my planner for the reminders of just deadlines.
BUT…Blank Page Muse will work in any planner, journal, scrapbooking or card projects; they have so many possibilities as you will see from the new Muse Planner Team!
Violet Ballew (Instagram: @imvintagerose)
Grab your distress inks and Blank Page Muse Planner Stamp Sets and stamp images on your pages. 
Layering the drips on top of each other by simply changing the ink and stamping over each image!

The spider web will create a complete circle by stamping by stamping 3 times using blank ink or leaving it as a single image! 
Stamp the spider and create the line work with a black pen. 
 Add a few of the other images on top of the drips and splats that you created. 
Color with markers, pencils or other medium. 

Stamp a few random stars and arrow dots from the Blank Page Muse Stamp Set on to pages. 

Flip bat images upside down and stamp with black ink to get the black splot. 
Flip right side up and stamp bats with black ink. 

Stamp and color images with your favorite markers, colored pencils or other medium on to white cardstock. 

Fussy cut images and run through Xyron 1.5 Sticker Maker or use your favorite adhesive. 

Add adhesive colored images to paper clips to create matching clips for your planner pages. 
Enjoy Pam

Blank Page Muse Everyday Planner Stamps
Blank Page Muse Boo! Halloween Planner Stamps
At A Glance Planning Notebook
Brea Reese Primary Dual Tip Brush Pens
Xyron 1.5 Sticker Maker
Ranger Distress Inks: Abandoned Coral, Wild Honey and Mermaid Lagoon
Ranger Jet Black Archival Ink
5- Paper Clips
Colored Pencils
Sakura .1 Blank Pen


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I Beleive In You Card with Emerald Creek All Day Easter Parade

It is time to celebrate the Easter Season!!!
What better way but an All Day Easter Parade with Emerald Creek Supplies!!!
 “I Believe In You” to create something special!!!!
“I Believe In You” to create something new and exciting!!!
I believe you will be inspire with us at Emerald Creek Supplies for the All Day Easter Parade Dare Challenge!!! 
So get out some of your favorite distress paints, distress inks, distress markers….maybe the distress crayons!!! 
Don’t forget to add stencils and paste to your projects…Oh My!!!
I hope I can inspire you with using a bit of each of the products I mentioned!
I began my “I Believe in Your Card” by first cutting out a thin chipboard egg. 
(I just drew and oval and cut it out with scissors)
Paint with distress paint, allowing each layer to dry before adding the next!
Apply crackle texture paste on top of prepared egg with stencils and palette knife. 
Allow to dry completely.
Cut a piece of the white paper leather sheet. 
Apply crackle texture paste over stencil using palette knife.
Allow to dry completely
Add distress crayons to prepared egg.
Ink over prepared letter paper with distress inks and blending tool.
Stamp with background stamp and distress ink. 
Apply more texture crackle paste using stencil and palette knife. 
Allow to dry completely.
Stamp bird to water color paper. 
Color with distress markers. 
Fussy cut out.
Layer card stock and prepared leather paper to card front.
Paint lace with distress paint. 
Allow to dry completely.
Die cut letters and “Believe” word from dotted paper.
Wrap painted lace around prepared egg. 
Wrap twine around prepared egg. 
Make a bow. 
Add to front of card base with pop dots
Adhere fussy cut bird to top of egg with pop dots. 
Adhere moss around base of bird.
Adhere letters to front of card front
Adhere an Emerald Creek White Rabbit Charms to the top of the letters.
I hope I have inspired you today with my “I Believe in You Card”!!!
Can’t wait to see what you share with us on the All Day Long Easter Parade Challenge Blog!
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Kisses Everyone with Emerald Creek Craft Supplies

 Kisses Everyone!!!!
I am so excited to share these Bird Crazy projects with you today as
You need to take a minute and check out the 
I am so in love with all the fabulous embellishments!!!
There is so much more to select from…
Stamps, inks, paste, etc.
 I created two projects…
my first is my Kisses Tag!!!
 I began by inking my tag with distress ink. 
Begin with…
Fossilized Amber
Abandoned Coral
Cracked Pistachio
Barn Door
Mermaid Lagoon
Keep applying ink using blending tool until you get the color you like.
 Stamp with a dye ink and stamp.
 Apply crackle texture paste using stencil and palette knife. 
Allow it to dry completely.
Ink over the top of dry texture paste using Abandoned Coral.
Spatter with Picket Fence Paint. 
Allow to dry completely.
 Apply distress markers on watercolor paper with a paint brush.
Use a mister to blend the ink together. 
Allow the watercolor paper to dry completely. 
Stamp bird with dye ink.
Fussy cut out.
 Apply more of the ink from the distress pens using paint brush to help shade and highlight areas of the bird. 
Allow the bird to dry.
 Adhere metal band to the bottom of the tag. 
Adhere border strips over the top.
 Ink frame with Fossilized Amber and Vintage Photo. 
Stamp with mixed media stamp using Picket Fence Stamp.
Allow to dry completely.
Adhere over journal piece. 
Cut hearts out from chipboard. 
Ink hearts with Abandoned Coral.
Stamp with mixed media stamp using Picket Fence Stamp. 
Allow to dry completely.
Adhere border strips, prepared frame and hearts to top of tag.
 Adhere piece of metal to side of tag. 
Add ribbon to top.
 My second project is a fun little I Love You Mini Album using Eileen Hull’s new Needle Book Die. 
Die cut Needle Book with chipboard.
 Ink top of needle book with Broken China using a blending tool.
Stamp top of needle book directly with the mini Broken China ink pad.
Stamp mixed media stamp to top of needle book with Picket Fence. 
Spatter with Picket Fence.
Allow to dry completely. 
Apply I Love You to edge of needle book with Crackle Texture Paste.
Allow to dry completely.
HINT: Mask the back of the words with washi tape to keep from getting paste or ink on your project leaving only the words that you want to paste.
 Apply distress markers on watercolor paper with a paint brush.
Use a mister to blend the ink together. 
Allow the watercolor paper to dry completely. 
Stamp bird with dye ink.
Fussy cut out.
 Apply more of the ink from the distress pens using paint brush to help shade and highlight areas of the bird. Allow the bird to dry.
 Add bird to front on needle book. 
Adhere borders and journal piece to front.
 Add latch to top of needle book.
 Score and fold a 3″ x 12″ piece of pattern paper. 
Add to center of needle book with pretty ribbon bow.
I love to create and it has been so fun working with the amazing products from Emerald Creek. 
Look forward to the future. 
Until we meet again. 
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"Spring Break" Art with Heart Challenge – Vintage Travel Release

Today I am sharing with you my Springy Tool Box  I made for the  “Art With Heart Challenge”. The Art with the Heart April challenge is all about “Spring Break” so make sure to stop by the Eileen Hull’s Blog to check out all the details along with other fabulous inspiration. We are also celebrating the Eileen’s New Vintage Travel Dies and you can see the collection HERE!!!!
 I began by first distressing all my Vintage Travel Tool Box die cuts out using Spun Sugar Distress Ink.
Repeating again with Worn Lipstick Distress Ink…

Following lastly with the Tea Dye Stain…this will create the Salmon color for your Vintage Travel Toolbox and give it that Springy look.

Stamp each of the Vintage Toolbox using Colorbox Chestnut Roan along with Stampendous Stamps Wired N Studio Stamp Set.
Apply DecoArt White Crackle Paint using the Tim Holtz Burlap Stencil and palette knife. 
 Once the DecoArt Crackle Paste is dry on all the  Vintage Toolbox  you can decorate. I placed a  fun door knob on the top of my Vintage Toolbox. Wrapped and tied a pink sheer bow around the door knob along with a metal key and charm. Added flowers.
 I love metal and flowers…so had to add a few pieces to the front and top of the Vintage Toolbox.
I add a metal bead to each side of the Vintage Toolbox. 
I just love how my Springy Vintage Toolbox turned out and I hope you play along with us on the Art With Heart Challenge, I can’t wait to see what you create. Hugs Pammejo 
Sizzix Mat Board
Stampendous Wired N Studio Stamp
DecoArt White Crackle Paint
Distress Paint: Tea Dye, Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick
Tim Holtz Burlap Stencil
Random metals, door knob, pink sheer ribbon, flowers