Monday, October 18, 2010

Hooligans Kit - Maxed Out part 2

Remember my Hooligans Maxed Out post where I said I was trying to use everything left in my Workshop on the Go Kit and I was going to work on my cards and be "right back" to post them? Well.......it took a little longer than I anticipated! I had to move them to the back burner for a while. In any case - here they are - finally! I used our fabulous Wishes Book and chose the Greetings Card Workshop. I used several different "celebration" stamp sets. In this workshop, you only need 2 pieces of B&T paper to make 16 cards (2 each of 8 designs). I tried to make each one different - using different sides of the papers, different stamps, different embellishments, etc. I LOVE how versatile our products are! What do you think?

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7 comments:

  1. What a great assortment of cards. Think my favorite is the first one with the three candles.

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  2. Thanks Sheila! I have to agree! That was the first one I made and LOVED how it didn't look like "halloween" at all! I really like the gyspy, black & white cards! :o)

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  3. Oh my heavens. Every single one is delicious. I think the first one is my very fave.

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  4. Wow. I am speechless. They are all fabulous. My faves are the Party Times and the Hello.

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  5. Holy smokes, Batman! Love them all!

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  6. Wow you rocked this cards and the rest of your kit! Can't believe how non Halloweeny they look!

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  7. This is MY FAV workshop! I use that workshop for everything mostly because like you said, it is soooooo versatile.
    I am so glad you used the hooligans paper to do these also. I have been so negative about it because we do not celebrate halloween. This showed me how interchangable it is and how close minded I was being!
    YOU ROCK!!!!!!!

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