Halloween cards

I have the best intentions of sending out cards for my customers birthdays, since it is supposedly my business and all, then something happens and before I know it their birthday is past and they haven't received a card.
So now to make up for it I made up Halloween cards and sent them out to everyone I know( everyone that I have their address for anyway)  turns out I only know 20 people. Since I don't really get into the ghosts and goblins kind of thing I went with this instead.

I used an assortment of background paper and each one turned out a little bit different.

I used my favorite bow tying method, the fork bow.
I hope they all arrived safe and sound.  I did  bring one to the post office with the bow on before I put all the bows on to make sure they wouldn't take extra postage.



This is what I made as little thank you gifts for my customers this time around.
 I had a bounty of 5  x 7 double sided designer paper left over from one of our Stampin' Up event projects so I made cute little tag holders.
 I also have a bounty of buttons, so I made snowman tags along with a few other tags using some retired Stampin Up cardstock.
This is the end result.


Stampin' Up Event

I just realized that I loaded all my pictures from my Stampin' Up Event and never posed them.  So here they are.
These boxes reminded me to popcorn boxes,  So popcorn boxes it is.

This was my Monday morning group.

What happy smiling faces for a Monday morning.

This was my evening group, they need wine to make them happy.

This was my Tuesday morning group. They are card making experts.

These are the projects we made.

These are a couple of ideas for the window frame.  My kids are each going to get one of these on the Christmas tree with a baby picute of them and a little something inside.

Sorry it's sideways I can't turn it so you will just have to turn your head.

These are the desserts.  They remind me of cows.

The dessert was super easy.  I just used what I had in the house with the exception of the Ready whip. I Started out with a brownie mix made using the directions on the package.  I cut them into bite size pieces.  Then made cheesecake pudding and added about a cup of cool whip. I layered the brownies and cool whip mixture, then I had some leftover peppermint patties from the snowman projects so I chopped them and placed them on top.  I covered them and put them in the fridge overnight.  Right before serving I topped with Ready Whip.