Sunday, October 16, 2011


Hi Rubbernecker friends!! Welcome to our Fall/Halloween hop! Thanks so much for joining us! Rubbernecker Stamps has such a wide variety of images, that we thought we would share some Fall and Halloween ones with you! There is a HOP ROUTE for you to follow below! You will find it right AFTER the creation I have to share today, below!! AND? So you won’t get lost, EACH Sister will have this list for you, to help you on your journey!! Make sure to leave some LOVE at every stop, for you will want to be eligible for our PRIZE!! What fun would it be without a PRIZE!!

***You could WIN……………….

Your choice of one of these AWESOME stamp sets!!




Cool huh? You will DEF want to have your name entered in the drawing for one of these!! SO cute AND scary!! OK, the Stampin’ Sisterhood has lots of creations to share with you, so grab a cuppa something, sit back, relax and get HOPPIN’!! Be on the look out for our NEXT HOP coming NEXT MONTH!! We look forward to seeing you then for MORE sharing and prizes!! Thanks again for joining us today and ENJOY LIFE!!

**PS. I used this sketch from SKETCH SATURDAY!

**HOP ROUTE**

MY CREATION: Halloween Set 1,Rusty Pickle DSP,PTI Black CS,Charcoal Twinery Twine, Pumice Stone Distress Ink & Memento Black, Misc 3D stickers



36 comments:

Crystal said...

Fantastic creation!!!!

Lynn said...

I just love that tree image. I really like your use of the twine too.

Valarie (vampme3) said...

Great Halloween card!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Fun Halloween card!

Love the Cat set!

Gabriela said...

Darling use of the baker's twine and oh that little embossed bat is just way too spooky!

Miss Boo (a.k.a. jen70) said...

Very cute! Great dp.

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

I love the Rusty Pickle dp paired with your spooky tree, Jacquie! Fun Halloween card!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

great card! Love how you used this set.

Joan Ervin said...

Love how you used the silhouette stamps, Jacquie, and the RP papers are just perfect!!!!!

Kecia said...

Such a fun combination of papers on this! A great Halloween card!

Sherry Kushibab said...

Very lovely card...love the layers of paper and that tree image looks great on them.

Karen said...

Such a cute layout and such a cute card!

Colorado Crafter said...

Great card!! One of my favorite images for Halloween is a spooky tree. TFS!

Dee in N.H. said...

Love it! What a fun tree!

Marie B. said...

Lovin this Halloween card! So cute! :)

Julia Aston said...

Great card and sketch Jacquie! I love that tree and "BOO"!! wonderful papers on this -- I just realized I have this set!! I've got to get it out!!

Liz Williams said...

Wow, love these Halloween colors. Great card.

McStamper said...

Love the card - perfect paper.

Cheryl Close said...

Great card and use of the sketch challenge!

Barbee said...

Great job using the set and love the lay out. Thanks

silvia said...

Great card!!

Janet L. said...

Boo-tiful card!That tree is really great and I love the papers you used.

Francie G. said...

Love the spooky tree and all your fab details, Jacquie! Wonderful halloween creation! Thanks for all you do!

Jen Cuthbertson said...

What a great card, Jacquie! I love your take on the sketch and that dp is the perfect backdrop for that great tree/sentiment!

Lynn's Place said...

Awesome work done here...tfs

Mélanie Allard said...

Love your card! This stamp set is my favorite for the moment!

Heather said...

Beautiful card! I love that tree image.

Kittie said...

I love the swirly tree on your project, Jacquie. I almost used it as well.

Indy said...

What a spooky tree! Love your card!

craftymom205 said...

Great card. Love this set.

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Denise said...

Great card! Love that spooky tree image!
DeniseB

Auntie Em said...

What a great card! I love the twine on it.
Thanks for sharing! :)

Suzanne said...

Love the background.

Annette said...

love your card...that tree is so cool..thanks for sharing.

Judy Rozema said...

Super fun Halloween card!

Donna Phelan said...

GREAT card, love the layers and colors and your use of the Baker's Twine! AWESOME! Oh plus I am going to follow your blog, WHY haven't I done this sooner? :)