October 29, 2013

Halloween Fun!... by PINQUETTE Miranda

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Good Morning my Crafty Friends!!!!
Today is my day to post over at Pinque Peacock!
Being it's so close to Halloween
I decided to do a Halloween Project to help me get ready.


I found this adorable frame in the Happy Hauntings Cricut Cartridge. I followed the directions in the handbook. I added some Pinque Peacock awesomeness and brought it to a whole new level. I love, love, love the Halloween Pearl Stick Pin! And of course the elegant florals! You can find the products I used along with lots of other products HERE! Be sure to check out the discount hut for all your crafty needs at a reasonable price!!!!
 
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Thank you PINQUETTE Miranda ...
LOVE your Halloween Frame... great for
displaying those cute little goblins!
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9 comments:

Julie Odil said...

Boo-eautiful! Love this frame!

Donna K said...

Such fun frame, Miranda! Love the florals and pin for the added frill!

TeresaK said...

Ohhh so pretty, Miranda! Great job as always!
Teresa K

AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Miranda this is such a cute frame. And its prefect for Halloween celebration. AJ-

Marji Franklin said...

Oh how cool! What a great project

Rebecca Daniels said...

What a great frame! Do you plan to fill it with a picture of you or your kids in their costumes?!

Robin said...

So adorable (oops I mean spooky lol)...love this Halloween frame!!

Sugarlips said...

oh my this is boo-tiful :D I love the pin on it. It looks amazing.

Heather Flaherty said...

I love how lovely the PP Products look on this, you did a fabulous job!