Tuesday, September 20, 2011


Hello everyone!!!
It's September 20th! and it is time to reveal the Sept/Oct 2011 SWF Kit!! This AWESOME kit is available for purchase at Scrapnwithflair
Here are the items that I have created using the kit along with a little of my own embellishments added
decided to try and add a slideshow of the coffin
click HERE
the following is a list of supplies that I had used which was not in the kit but is available at scrapnwithflair for purchase
- Distress inks
- Distress crackle paint
- Distress embossing powder
- Diamond Stickles
- Tattered Angels glimmer mist
- Tim Holtz stamps
- Tim Holtz Ring binder
The creepy coffin pattern is available for purchase at followingthepapertrail I honestly have to say that I did have fun playing with this kit! I was nervous at first because it was my first time participating but I guess I am over it because I have now recieved the next kit :)

Check out the other team members to see what they have created with the kit! click on their name and it will lead you to their awesome creations!


  1. Such FABULOUS projects, Donna!!

    Your "coffin" album is FILLED with interesting paper patterns on panels and in pockets, as well as a plethora of special details!!

    The decorated box is wonderful! Are the panels printed on the paper? Or, did you attach them yourself?

    I would love to know how you created your third item -- the bi-fold card!

    Any trick-or-treater would SHRIEK WITH JOY to receive your ooooh-so-eerie tags attached to a bag of goodies!!

    You made TERRIFIC items with the kit contents!! GREAT job, Donna!!

  2. Oh donna those items look wonderful...what a good job Cheryl

    the paper on the box was a 12x12 sheet of paper with the images looking like they were stamps. So yes I did cut them out as panels and glued them on :)
    The bi-fold card was created using the Tim Holtz vintage & mini cabinet dies! I left an opening in the center one to slide a photo in so it can also just be a little photo frame :)
    Glad you both enjoyed my work it was fun!