Wow, what incredible talent we have displayed this month and today is no different. I truly think it is impossible to not be inspired by the team and all they have created this month. After checking out our inspiration here and on the team members’ blogs, make sure you take some time to look at all of the incredible submissions for this month’s challenge Fall is in the Air . It is not too late to add your project HERE for a chance to win our month prize giveaway of 50 Emporium Dollars to spend with us. Get ready for operation inspiration…
Anne Redfern is certainly playing along with our Fall is in the Air monthly challenge with this beautiful Thanksgiving card! The colours are stunning Anne!
Speaking of colours, you have to head over to Bobbi Smith’s blog to check out this amazing Halloween tag. All I can is WOW to the seedless preserves on this tag! Absolutely in love!
Karin Akesdotter looks like she had some serious fun with her new Tim Holtz stencils creating this adorable tag! How cute is he???
Pamela Ho is getting into the holiday spirit with the new releases from Paper Smooches. All four projects very different and show the versatility of die cuts. Great job Pamela!
Keeping with her spooky theme, Shelly Hickox shares a colourful BOO! Make sure to check out the transparent spiderwebs, SO very clever!
It is always a perfect time to think of all the incredible teachers we have that really make a difference in our kids lives. Sue Kment has created a fantastic teacher’s gift with this Tissue Box which would look great on any desk!
Who doesn’t love Snoopy??? Loving the boldness is this card also from Sue Kment. Make sure you check out her blog HERE for a few other projects using this Group Hugs stamp set from Paper Smooches.
There is so much detail in this stunning piece by Lisa Hoel. She has been able to create a floating feeling as if the pieces are suspended in water. Fantastic decor piece Lisa!
Kath Stewart has created great texture and dimension in her artwork as she says hello to Autumn. The rich and warm colours really draw you in, beautiful Kath!
I don’t think there is anything better than having a handmade treat bag to go door to door with on that spooktacular night. Kath has created the envy of the neighbourhood and I think chocolate will taste even better coming from it!
Is that talent or what?!?!
Enjoy your week! h