Sunday, October 17, 2010

Project Thirty-One

Happy Sunday!!

I am hoping to make this a fast post due to trying to help my dear hubby get the third bedroom ready for the girls.

OK so this project was made for 3 different reasons.
First is a tag I made for KinderStampO October tag swap...yes Halloween was our theme.
Second it works into My Creative Time with Emma Thursday Challenge to use animals.
And Third it fits into a challenge over at My Pink Stamper for a Halloween project.

Normally I try to create an item for each individual challenge. But trying to get my house ready for two little girls is CRAZY right now. So let me get this out and linked so I can get to picking out colors LOL

OK so as you all know I turn everything into a I have this Mickey Bat on a shirt I wear every Halloween.

Basics Tag Info

Chipboard Square
inside for strength
Cartridge: Mickey Font
page 134
with the charm button hit
4 x 5 inches

TagPattern Paper Front is Bo Bunny (I think)
Black Card Stock Back
Cartridge: Mickey Font
page 134
with the charm button hit
4.659 x 5.345
both sides

Orange Square
paper: Stampin Up Pumpkin Spice
Cartridge: Mickey Font
Page 134
4.097 x 3.831 inches

Mickey Bat
formed in Design Studio
Cartridge for bat: Paper Doll Dress Up
Page 53
<frnbrd>with Shift button AND Accessories 2 Button
4.894 x 1.933 inches

Then I added 2 circles
Cartridge: Plantin Schoolbook
.396 x .396
and welded them to the bat for Mickey's Ears
I also took Stampin Up Classic Black ink and brushed the edges

OK so the finally part
Brads are from Stampin Up Bright Brads
Sentiment Stamp is Northwoods Rubber Stamp
Ink is Stampin Up Classic Black Ink
Ribbon is from Micheal's Basic Green

Thanks for Looking


  1. WOW Miss Becky!! you did an AMAZING JOB my friend!! Great job w/the challenge!! I actually moved this entry to my throwback thurs challenge because you had it on my Imagine challenge on accident!;) I didn't want you to lose out on the prize!;)
    Big Gypys hugs,

  2. Another great Disney design! Love the bat with Mickey ears. Soooo adorable! Thanks for sharing.

    And good luck getting the room ready for your new daughters. I bet it will have lots of Disney decor. :)

  3. Another adorable Disney creation! How can you not love everything Disney!?! :)

    Beckie, I just responded to your post on my blog about the vinyl transfer tape. You can go back there to read my entire response, but in a nutshell, I have never tried transfer tape.

    Hope you have a magical day!

  4. I love your adorable creations. I'm now your newest follower on your blog. I would love for you to stop by and visit my blog sometime.