On my way out of town!!!

I've been gone for a couple days just busy as can be...and now I'm on my way to visit my sister in Yuma, AZ with my family. I'll get back rollin' with posting as soon as I get back...I don't want to lose my faithful readers...lol. I am so not ready for that 6 hour drive. Especially with 3 kids, a husband, and elderly parents...GOD HELP ME! LOL! In the meantime, here is a card I received for a swap from a dear bud...Nic! She's in Texas...and what a way to send greeting than with a Texas stamp! Cool huh? Loving the distressed look!!! Oh, and look out for the upcoming month for my very first blog candy...yummmmm!!!! So watch out for that! It's gonna be a sketch challenge to start off! So make sure you check back often (to those NOT subscribed) and then we'll go from there! Ok, until later......

Family Road Trip



Hi all! I made this card last night while I was "watching" the news about the wildfires going on in all directions from me. There's up North near Six Flags Magic Mountain, another East in Lake Arrohead, and then South in San Diego County. I'm praying for those that have lost it all and those in the paths of the fires...I ask you pray with me as well. I can't even imagine if I was in that situation, so therefore I deeply feel for these people affected. On to the card, I made it for a WIld West swap in my group and I have to say, even though it's "busy", I'm proud to send it out...lol. I'm my own worst critic...but I'm sure we are all the same huh? I just hope my partners like. If you notice the scalloped circle to the lower right...well, my sister has a clock in her bar area that looks so much like this and that is why I added the anchor to it, to give it a clocky look. Hopefully my sis still has it so I can post a picture when I get back from Yuma, AZ on the 28th. We leave Friday afternoon...I hope the winds have died down by then, or else it's a U-turn for us. Just this past weekend we went to my brothers house in Riverside County and the winds were harsh!!! My car kept getting pushed and I was swaying side to side. Thank God I have a good steering wheel grip or else I don't know. On the way back home, I thought I would take another route home to avoind the "valley" winds, but I think I got into it worst. There were tumbleweeds rolling into the freeway and it was scary. I lost vision for what seemed like close to a minute because of all the dirt and debree free flowing with the wind, but thank God I saw the light at the end of the tunnel so to speak. Still windy, but not too dusty.

On happy news....I won my first ever blog candy!!! I was so surprised because I didn't enter it because of the goodies, just for the chance to make someone happy by sending them a friendly smile in an envelope...but remember the cause I posted some time back? About the twin baby girls with Neuroblastoma Stage 4? Well that's the blog candy I won. What makes me happier though is the current update...the girls are home and giving mom, dad, and brother, what they signed up for...lol. God is great! Read about it HERE!

CS: Creamy Caramel, Close To Cocoa, & Really Rust
DP: Apple Cider DP
Stamps: Bronc Buster & Just Jeans
Ink: Basic Brown, Chocolate Chip, & Close To Cocoa
Embellishments: Antique Brass Brads & Photo Anchor (Hodgepodge Hardware)
Others: Piercing tool, scalloped punch, circle punch 1 3/8, & square punch (for corners)


Need Halloween Ornaments?

I had seen these on Splitcoast and wanted so much to make them but couldn't find a tutorial and to be honest, was a bit initmidated to make one. Then browsing thru Julie Buhler's blog, SHE HAD THE TUTORIAL!!! So I had to go ahead and try it out! I'm so making these for Christmas to hang on our tree! You can find Julie's tutorial HERE! BTW...check out her nails...they are GAWGEOUS!!! Mine would be all inked up...so I haven't had a manicure or acrylics in a LONG time! LOL!

RE: Picture....sorry there's no "cute" or "fancy" backdrop...lol...I was in a rush to make my tutorial for my group.

Halloween RAK from Joani!!!

HOW CUTE IS THIS CARD? I got it in today's mail from my dear buddy Joani McDonald from Kentucky. She is the manager at Cards Made By Hand, an MSN group I belong to! Joani...if you sneak in...lol...I LOVE your coloring! Thanks so much for thinking of me girlfriend!


Whipper Snapper Revival? Before & After

So as you may have read before about my Prismacolor catastrophe about misplacing them and having to use my Zigs to color this image here...well, I decided I was gonna try to salvage the card because I was very disappointed by how the coloring turned out...well I tried hard hard to revive it, but now the kitty is darker and looks like it has dark "chest hair"! LMBO!!! Hey, I tried! Next time I'll wait until I find what I need to use. I circled the kitties chest hair...lol...don't laugh too hard!

No Copics? No Problem!!!

Whew...I found Julie Buhler's techinique on how to use your SU markers to make it look like COPICS!! Thanks Julie! You rock!! Here is the link to the techie!

No Copics? No Problem!!!


Some more project reduce scraps.....

I realy like this DP! I don't even know who makes it, all I remember is tha it was in a stack of DP I won on eBay a while back! I only found a small piece of this DP and wish I could have had more...lol. Yeah, so I can keep more scraps huh? This is yet another set I hadn't used...bad Gabby! I seriously need to get on track with using all the stamps I have. I wanted the stamped flowers to coordinate with the DP...whatcha think?

CS: Purely Pom, Whisper White, & Chocolate Chip
DP: Unknown :'(
Stamps: Big Blooms & Happy Harmony
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Purely Pom, & Rose Red

Embellishments: Button
Others: Piercing tool, D'Vine Swirl Cuttlebug folder, & ticket corner punch

This is another card I made using more scraps I've been digging up. I have serious issues when it comes to scraps man...it's sick! I actually didn't think it was that bad, but then I kept bringing up more and more and then I found ANOTHER box filled with scraps!!!! HELP ME!!! Ok, I hadn't used my It's Snow Time Set in a long time, so it was time to bring it out! I can't believe I was gonna re-order it because I thought I had sold it! I need to make inventory...for real! I also have tons of ribbon and brads I haven't used...so what a way to go with my reduce project. I guess it's more than just scraps of CS & DP. Yikes! My 3 year old actually helped me chose which stamps to use. I opened the case up and she pulled out these 3 stamps; the snowman, the snowballs, & the sentiment, she's got style...lol. I also used stickles for the snowballs and the snow to give it that dimensional look. :)

CS:Old Olive, Bashful Blue, & Whisper White
DP: unknown vendor...it's just scraps!
Stamps: It's Snow Time
Embellishments: Ribbon, stickles, & snowflake brad.
Others: Cuttlebug D'Vine Swirls folder & Cuttlebug

DS's Popcorn Sliders

Here they are...the popcorn sliders I made for my DS's classmates for Halloween, I made 20!!! These are so much fun to make, so much fun that I had to stay up 'til very late to finish them. Needless to say, my DS really liked them and can't wait 'til Halloween. I was in a rut on what to make him. I went from Fry Boxes, to Milk Cartons, to giving up and doing nothing. Then we went to Sams and I saw the box of mini popcorn baggies and KNEW I had to make them. In the back of my mind though it is what I initially wanted to do, but don't know why I didn't run on it since my initial thought. Anywho...I'm very happy with the outcome. Simple Halloween popcorn sliders. I didn't want to go all out on them of course because they'll be going to 3rd graders who'll just care about what's inside...lol.

CS: Basic Black & Old Olive
Stamps: Autumn Apparitions
DP: Creepy Crawly SU
Embellishemts: Ribbon
Others: Corner rounder punch both to round AND to scallop!


Reduce Scraps Continues

Hi all, just finally getting in after a crazy day of making my DS's treats for school on Halloween. I'll upload those later. For the meanwhile, here are a couple cards I made using scraps. In my goal to reducing scraps, I've found the challenge very relaxing. I'm actually beginning to like combining DP...even if it's stripes and dots...something I never liked doing before. I'm also using WRAK images I've received. I received this Whipper Snapper image from Maria a while back along with other WS images and this is my 3rd. time using them. I really like this one here. I'm on a mission to purchase it now. I've been gooind in using my stamps like hubby said too...lol...so I have permission to make a small purchase. I wish I hadn't used this image though. I screwed it up by coloring it in with my markers. As you can see, this is a BIG UGH!!! All those nasty marker lines. I just found my Prismacolor markers this morning, I'm gonna go back and try to salvage this card. I'll update if I'm successful.

CS: Green Galore, Close To Cocoa, Yo Yo Yellow & Whisper White
DP: unknown vendor
Ink: Basic Black, Bashful Blue, Barely Banana, & Zig markers
Embellishments: "fiber" unknown & eyelet
Others: dimensionals

Here is another project reduce scraps card. I'm more in like with this one. My youngest DD chose this stamp set for this card. She liked the little figure with the pin wheel...lol. This one was a lot more fun to work with because along with reducing scraps, I'm also trying to reduce flowers! I have TONS!!! I buy in excess at times without even realizing it and then when I got to use whatever it is I bought in excess and go WOOAH! LOL! I read on Beate's blog about making scallopes without scissors and had to try it out. It was a hit! Now I'm finding myself making scallops everywhere...lol. Anyways, hope you enjoy this post. I'm really at a loss for words and feel a bit sleep deprived because I was up until almost 2 in the AM making my DS's pop corn sliders and a few cards.
CS: Close To Cocoa, Old Olive, & Whisper White
DP: unknown vendor
Stamps: You're Neat
Ink: Basic Black & Zig Markers
Embellishments: brads, buttons, & flowers...oh my!
Others: corner rounder punch for scallops


Project Reduce Scraps continues!

Todays card is for SCS sketch challenge. Since I'm on a mission to reduce my scraps, I made this card which I saw in my mind after I saw the sketch and the scraps together...it was an epiphany! LOL! Ok...I'm dramatizing! I'm not really falling into the Halloween season and that's worrying me because I LOVE Halloween! It's my favorite holiday! *GASP* I hope to get out of this Halloween rut! I still need to make my DS's treat bags for school! YIKES!

CS: Really Rust, Chocolate Chip, & Whisper White
DP: Halloween DP from SU!
Stamps: Carved & Candlelit & Autumn Apparitions
Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Always Artichoke, & Basic Black
Embellishments: Pumpkin Pie grosgrain ribbon
Others: Ticket corner punch, diamond glaze, & dimensionals


Operation Reduce Scraps is now IN ORDER!

As I stated before in one of my posts, I am in dire need of reducing my scraps! Being in a funk has created some card making issues, but upon sitting down and taking a breather while looking over my SU catty...I got the urge to dig out my scraps and create, create, CREATE! So I dug up as many scraps as I could that are "usable" and made this gorgeous card! I know, TOOT TOOT to me! LOL, but I am really proud of this card. I'm not one who likes to combine patterned paper, especially if they don't "match" in my eyes, but taking this DP out, I knew I had to put it together. Not bad for being in a slump, eh? Plus I had to break this set in. I had only used 1 stamp from this set and I thought it was unfair to the others not to use them. See my sets "speak" to me, and I hear tons of wimpering from neglected stamps. I'm not crazy, my DD just calls me the Stamp Whisperer! Anyways, what do you think?

CS: Camoe Coral, Wild Wasabi, & Whisper White
DP: yikes, I forgot the name, but it's SU!
Ink: Wild Wasabi
Embellishements: Baby Primas (?), brads, & pink grosgrain ribbon
Others: Corner rounder punch (to make scallops) & ticket punch

Autumn Leaves Rocks!

I'm so loving the stamps from Autumn Leaves! Thanks to Maria of Cards Inspired, I got hooked! This is what I made this morning using the Scribbles Alphabet from AL! I'm thinking one dimension lately since I've been kind of down...so that is why recently you've seen more "flat" cards. I need to get out of my funk so I can make "bulkier" cards. Hope to jump out of it by tonight so I can work on some swap cards. I want my partners to receive something that both them and I can be proud of. I HATE being in this one dimensional funk.

CS: Purely Pom & Whisper White
Stamps: Scribbles Alpha & Doodle This
Ink: Wild Wasabi, Purely Pom, Basic Black, & Zig Markers


Watercolor paper is no longer just for

...watercoloring! Upon reading Julie Buhler's other blog on using SU markers on watercolor paper to get the "faux" look of copics without spending the big BUCK BUCK BUCKS...I decided to try this out. Of course it looks nothing close to what Julie shows in her tutorial (which I swear I'll find later to post edit onto here)...but it was worth the try! I always find it hard to color on regular paper without leaving the streaks...ewww...and coloring on watercolor paper is just AWE!!!! NO STREAKS!!!!! Here I stamped the big guy with Staz-On onto 140 # watercolor paper (yes, WC paper, especially a heavy weight can be costy, but would you rather spend $25 - $50 on stacks of WC paper OR $600 on copics??? Yeah, I thought so!) and colored him in using my regular Zig markers!!! Not SU markers...ZIG! I made him for a swap on SCS called Obscure Holiday. Obscure Holiday swap is a swap for those "unknown" or "uncelebrated" holidays. Did you know March 1st. is Peanut Butter Lovers Day? I didn't, until I read on it. I mentioned March 1st because it just happens to be my LV's birthday. I shouldn't have told her that because now she wants peanut butter everything for her 12th birthday! GREAT! Anywho, the "obscure holiday" I chose was Men Make Dinner Day! Yes, my hubby is a chef...but he'll be danged if he cooks at home...lol. So this card is in honor to him! LOL! Notice the Recess Pieces? Yes, I was snacking and thought it was a good front drop prop for the picture...lol. I'm now losing it!
CS: Really Rust & Close To Cocoa
Watercolor Paper: Arches 140 #
Stamps: Voila, Voila To Go, & Amazing to Zany
Ink: Staz-On (black) & Zig Markers
Embellishments: silver brads
Others: Ticket punch
HAPPY UPDATE!!!! I FOUND JULIE'S FAUX COPICS TECHNIQUE!!! YAYAH!!! HERE IS THE LINK: http://paperpleasing.typepad.com/my_weblog/2007/10/no-copics-no-pr.html


Criss Cross Sweet 16 & LSC SCS Challenge

My first try in making a vertical criss cross card. I was stuck to the usual horizontal criss cross, but thought I'd try to make it the "long" way. Not long in tutorial long, but long as in shape. It is very easy to make...I thought it would be more challenging, but it was just the same. I like the "MOD" look to it with the black & white squares followed by white buttons. I made this card for my cousin who turned 16 yrs. old last week. I know, I'm late, but better late than never.

Supplies Used:
CS: Basic Black & Whisper White
DP: Retro Squares by unknown (bought a pack in Target a loooong time ago)
Stamps: Elegant Greetings
Embellishments: Buttons by unknown (just using my forgotten stash)
Others: Corner Rounder punch & Tab punch from SU.

This is for the LSC136 challenge for SCS. I'm not quite happy with it as I couldn't stamp an image, ONLY a sentiment! The challenge was to use ONLY designer/patterned paper and NO stamped background. I got a card surge last night and broke out the patterned paper but went blank as to what sentiment to use. Upon trimming the PP and punching the circles and breaking out the rick-rack...this idea came to mind! I was first gonna pass the rick rack behind the sentiment, but it looked SO BORING...then when I started moving it around, I thought "A FLOWER!" and dug in to the ribbon box and broke out the Wild Wasabi double stitched ribbon to make the stem and leaves. Much better than my original thought...still I'm not too happy.

Supplies Used:
CS: Groovy Guava, Only Orange, & Whisper White (SU)
Stamps: You Make Me Happy (SU)
DP: Bungalow from Marcella By K.
Ink: Basic Black (SU)
Embellishments: Vanilla Rick Rack (unknown), Wild Wasabi ribbon (SU)
Others: Giga Scalloped punch (Marvy), Mega Circle punch (Marvy), & piercing tool


Feliz Cumpleanos Madre! ~ Happy Birthday Mom!

Got up this morning to make this card for my mom who's birthday is today. She's turning 71 and is still a feisty one! This card was inspired by the clothing she wears. The fold overs are the shirt, then it has a "belt" and the rose broach! She still dresses pretty spiffy huh? LOL! Anyways, I was in a crazy rush yesterday that I didn't make a card, I couldn't even think let alone make a card I would be proud of. So this morning in a rush to make a card, I thought of this great card style. The tutorial to make a card like this is featured at SCS and you can find it HERE! It's called the "Criss Cross Card".

Supplies Used: (all Stampin' Up unless noted differently)
Stamps: Mixed Bouquet & Para Ti
Ink: Cranberry Crisp & True Thyme
Cardstock: Cranberry Crisp, True Thyme, Very Vanilla, & Whisper White
Designer Paper: Autumn Leaves
Embellishments: Brads & Glitter Glue
Others: Mega Scalloped Circle Punch by Marby, Corner Rounder, & Tab Punch


My Favorite Things Stamps~Take 5 for $65

If you know me well, you already know I'm a softy when it comes to stamp specials...lol. So when I saw the special at My Favorite Things, I just had to order! When I received them early last week, I was in a mini slup when it came to trying to come up with ideas to use them for. So then Rox from SCS came up with a sketch challenge, and well...it started from there when I finally used ALL 5 SETS! My hubby told me, "If you buy new sets, you better use them right away or your account will have a minimum block of $50 a month! GASP! NO!!!! So good to say I used them and my account wasn't blocked! Still that doesn't mean I'm gonna make anymore purchases...ahem...aside from the Bella Stamps shopping spree I hid....shhhh! Don't let him know that. This featured set is called" Think Pink". MFT stamps is donating 50% of the retail price to Breast Cancer reasearch! We're in this together! Click to give @ The Breast Cancer Site:

This one is another set from MFT! It's called "Meet Me At The Cafe'". I made this card with a sketch in mind for my MSN group. I finally opened up a package of PP I bought at Target from Autumn Leaves. This PP is YUMMY!
This set is called "It's A Jungle Out There". I used this set to make cards for a swap that calls for monkies at SCS! I teamed it up with the Monkey Business Set from Stampin' Up! I joined the swap because I have 3 crazy monkies! Their names are Elvira the oldest monkey (11), Oscar Jr. the scared monkey (8), and Elizabeth the CRAZY monkey (3). They sure keep me on my toes!

This set is called "How Sweet It Is" and it's a mini set. In my own guess, I'm thinking they call this set a mini because it's smaller than the other sets and are versatile for ATC's and 3X3's? I said it was my guess! LOL! I signed up last night for a Chocolate swap on SCS and had to use this set for this swap. I have other chocolate stamps, but take in mind what hubby said about my account! Anyways, I used that scented embossing powder from Gel-A-Tins on the "kiss" chocolate brad. It smells yumms enough to eat!

Last but most definitely NOT least is this set called "Boho Blossoms". I made the card this morning for a new sketch challenge on SCS and I'm also gonna be using it for a swap in my group. I also used that yummy PP I mentioned before from Autumn Leaves. It is a cool paper! If you ever shop for Autumn Leaves PP....I recommend it! How cool is the brad in the center of the blossom? I found it in a package of 6 in the Target $ section almost a year ago! Yeah, I'm finally digging thru my old stuff I haven't used. I am also trying to organize myself to the point where I HAVE to dig into my scrap pile...I like Maria of Card Inspired, have a BAD scrap syndrome called "I'm too lazy to go through the scrap pile so I cut up new cardstock all the time syndrome". Read about her mission to use up her scraps HERE!


I've been asked...

...what that song is when the page shows up...well it's Rehab by Amy Winehouse. I just moved up my player to the left hand column instead of way down at the bottom of the page. I have more music there, so if you see something you like, feel free to play away! I'll be updating the player by the end of this week with some more music. I have an ecclectic like in music, so expect a little bit of all music genres.

Card made by my 11 year old daughter

SCS IC96~A "comforting" challenge!

I just had to try out this Ispirational Challenge that can be found HERE at Split Coast Stampers. I hadn't used my Bodacious Boquet in a while and thought it would go PERFECT with the challenge! I embossed the background using the "mesh" folder for my Cuttlebug. I then stamped each image and trimmed closely around it since I am very "stank" at layering...lol...and placed them to kind of match the bedding used for the inspiration. This was my first ever inspirational challenge I joined in at SCS. I'm so glad I did.


I've gone boo-nanas!

Ok, I LOVE Halloween and this morning when I went out into my garden and found a Black Widow (which I captured!) I thought of this card to make! I know, I'm sick!

While I'm on the subject of Halloween...look at what I "cooked" up!
Anyone hungry for spider legs? LOL!

Stampin' Up sets used:
Roses In Hallowen~
Cheesecloth (retired)
Roses In Winter (retired)
Best Fiends (retired)
Just Between Fiends (retired)

Booglie Eyes


What I made today!! *BIG SMILE*

This card I made first with te ladies that came for a stamping class. We were first gonna work on some Halloween cards, but when they saw a previous card I made, the instantly fell in love with this card. They waited patiently to make their card because I only have one set...lol. It was nice to see them share. When one finished the first stamped image, she passed on the stamp and pad to the next. They were really happy with their cards and wished that Stampin' Up hadn't retired it. I know what they mean! I probably would have more sells with this set. This is also a card I'm gonna be sending to the Dunn family. Inside I'm gonna type up a verse from the bible before I send it off. I'll be reading thru my bible tonight to see what fits. I'm sending it off Monday, so I hope I can find something fitting.

This card I made second. It's for the Dunn twins from the post below. I made it with lots of love and care. I used Priceless as seeing their little faces on their parents site and being so brave is priceless. You can read about it at the links I've provided below. Please take some time out to send this courageous family a card filled with well wishes for the girls and just a hello to let them know we are behind them and praying not only for the girls, but for them in general.

I made this card last since it's for a swap that doesn't close yet. It was a challenge to use only black & white with NO accent color! I went to the old reliable....Baroque Motifs! I know, I'm gonna wear this set out to the wood! I may have to hide it well so I can leave it alone for a bit...lol.


Stamping for a cause! The Dunn Twins

I'm all about making cards for a cause, so this is one I couldn't pass up. Tomorrow as you're making cards on National Cardmaking Day, think about this: "There is something about sending a card, especially a handmade card, that brings something special and warm to the recepients heart". So please go to the following link to read about a very special cause ~ Crafty Engineering: Blog Candy For A Cause And don't just do it for a chance to win the blog candy, do it because it touches your heart. Thanks!

You can also read about the girls here: http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/dunntwins

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Here is the card I made for the Dunn twins and the other card for their mommy, daddy, & big brother.

This one is for the girls. The butterflies represent them.
This one is for the family. I'm sending them lots of prayers. ~End edit

10/06~National Cardmaking Day!

What will you be doing tomorrow to celebrate OUR day?

I'll be making cards of course! I'm having a few ladies over for a class (and hopefully some sales, but I wont use that to take advantage of it of course!) and then after they're gone, I'll be working with LV (my 11 yr. old DD)...that's if she doesn't blow me off for Ryan's football game (her "boyfriend"). I'm kind of on the fence about that one, make cards or go to Ryan's football game...lol. I think cardmaking outweighs the football game, but his mom is very sweet. Hopefully we can all sit together (at least in spirit with each other) and make cards!

A bit about the Cardmaking day and a Thank You from Stampin' Up!

Stampin' Up! would like to thank all of you for your dedication and hard work in planning and preparing your World Card Making Day events. We are proud to announce that we have events taking place in all 50 states of the United States as well as in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Japan, and Germany (thanks to our demonstrators in the US Military).
As you hold your events this week, and especially on October 6th, the official World Card Making Day, Stampin' Up! would like to wish you the best of luck and thank you for your participation. We look forward to hearing about the success of your World Card Making Day events!

Happy Stamping!

The team at Stampin' Up!

To find out more details, go HERE! (sorry I'm posting this late, I've just been a busy bee to have added this a couple of days ago)

So with that said, go and have yourself a fun cardmaking day!


Sleep deprivation + boredom=THIS!!!

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This is what happens to me when I'm sleep deprived...and bored! For some reason my fuel tank is on FULL and I can't seem to make it go on EMPTY. Maybe if when I hit the sack I'll knock out clean! Anywho, I was making a card for a friend of my mom who had a birthday and I thought I would use my Roses In Winter set and pair it with Watercolor Minis. Well, after I was done with my moms card....this idea came to mind:"What if I made an animation of a step by step of the card I just made?". If you look closely, you can see I missed a few steps towards the end and that the angles aren't straight in every picture...but I'd be crazy if I try to do that again! So I just left it at that and was very happy....tired...but happy! What do you think?


Halloween Swap Goodies

I joined a swap for Stampin' Up Demos only on Split Coast Stampers and I never thought I would receive such awsome goodies!!! Here is what I sent out.....Full Cards:Milk Carton Treat Boxes:Baggie Treat Holders:6X6 Recipe Cards:Here is what I received........I forgot to add these pops to the picture of all the goodies, mainly because my youngest had already out them in her "pockets" lol! I guess you can say she liked my goodies too!

If any of my swap partners happen to visit my blog, please let me know what it is you made. Many of then were unmarked with a name, so please let me know so I can give proper credit.

Some of my swappers include:

WhoopsieDaisy-Recess Pieces Treat Box Slider

Theresa Matthews-Triangle Treat Holder

Amy Young-Frog Leg Candy Recipe

Susan Timchack-Pupmkin Bars with Crumb Toppin Recipe & Werewolves.Webs.Crows.HountedHouse Card

Melanie Hayes-Ghoulish Meringue Ghosts Recipe

Cheryl Ondrias-Booglie Spiders Card

Carmen Ramirez-Booglie Windows Card