Thursday, October 7, 2010

Candy Corn and Peanuts

This month for Gcd Studios we were challenged to decorate one of their chip board tags in a Fall theme. I decided to tie the tag I made to a mason jar filled with candy corn and peanuts. YUM! They are the perfect snack. I'm planning on giving each of the children's teachers one too.

I used papers from the Independence and Sunny days collection.


The orange chip board piece is from gcd studios. I used the
Chip Art tool to deboss the word FALL.





I hope you all are enjoying Fall. It is such a beautiful time of year!
Lori R.

2 comments:

Kathlene October 7, 2010 at 5:29 PM  

Just adorable! What a great idea for little gifties.

jackiestamps4fun October 7, 2010 at 9:57 PM  

This is too cute! Where'd you get that little owl?

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