sticky - this will remain on top until December 9th
I have picked a day between November 18th and December 9th. The day that I have picked I will have random.org pick a number out of the comments left and that person will win the blog candy I am giving away to celebrate reaching 20,000 hits. The thing you don't know is which day between now and then that I've picked, so it's best to come by every day and leave a comment. (if you are joining in late you need to go back to November 18th to start leaving comments)
If you have a blog let your readers know about my blog candy too! Wanna see what the blog candy is?
I've already added more to this than shows in the picture including a few of the images from Squigglefly!
I want to give a big shout out to Rhonda for all the support she's given Squigglefly. She even gave a mini tutorial on how to download and print the images on her blog!
Hey! They've got the first newsletter out, and there is a ton of new images plus the free download is up and ready for you to try out! Hurry over to Squigglefly. I'd love to see what you do with the free download. Send a link to your work if you make anything with any of their images.
I've got something really cute to show you today. I saw this on Samantha Parisi's blog and thought they were so cute that I wanted to make my own.
The body is a circle cut in half, the sleeves are an oval punch cut in half, her hands are the word window punch cut in half, the wings are a scallop circle cut in half, and her head and hair are circles. I used some wire for her halo and added stickles to her wings. I drew her face on. Samantha said she made the angel after seeing witch's hats being made for halloween. Tamarra has a little tutorial on her blog that shows you how to do the witch's hats that may help you if you want to make an angel!
Here's a picture of it in my hand so you can see how small it is.
but, the really sweet thing about this angel is that she holds a little treat!
That is a miniature Reeses peanut butter cup! Isn't that cute?! Once the candy's gone they can be hung from a tree or set on a mantle or window ledge. It really is fun to see what shapes you can get with your punches. I'm planning on making about ten of these to take to my dentist's office. They always enjoy seeing the cards I make and I think they'll certainly enjoy this little treat. Have a great day, and thanks for looking!