Monday, October 1, 2012

Kickin' Off October (SCIC October)

Can you believe it is October!!?? What? How in the world did we get here! As hubby and I were driving back to the airport yesterday in South Carolina and then in Georgia, we saw many trees just beginning to turn colors. I guess Summer is finally over...
 
This month's Stampin Celebration Challenge has many different avenues for you. I chose to focus on those awesome aqua cowgirl boots (of course!!)

My mom bought some boots for my birthday last week almost exactly like these! I can't wait to wear them!
Tip: Stamp the cottom ribbon with any stamp and ink! I chose to use the chevron stamp from Banner Banter. I then cut off the long edges to give it some more texture! Now you can create ribbon in any color you need!
 
Stamps: Distressed Dots, Bootiful Occasions, Banner Banter
Ink and Paper: Tempting Turquoise, Basic Black, Scaringbone and Howlstooth DSP, Vera Mark
Other: Tempting Turquoise Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Big Shot, Delicate Doilies Die, Medium Oval Punch, Cotton Ribbon
 
So, which way will you use our inspiration this month? We'd love to see what you come up with! And, you have all month! Make sure check back with the other designers mid month for more inspiration!
 
Allison Ohran -Sweet Impressions
Cori Kozak - Creative Chat
Erica Cerwin - You Are Here!
Erin Gonzales -Hand Stamped Style
 
 
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  2. Love those boots and the ribbon is fabulous!

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