Monday, September 30, 2013

Butterfly Child

Here's a gorgeous image from SSS artist Sheila Wolk.  The challenge this week is Anything Goes.  I did this card with a wonderful orange/black combo including some double layering and some gorgeous matching buttons.

Be sure and drop by the SSS Challenge Blog and play along, the winner will get some wonderful stamps from the Scrapbook Stamp Society!

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Pretty Little Witch

here's a fun image from one of my favorite artists, Sandra Caldwell.  She has her own website for selling digital stamps, Babycakes Doodle This and That, as well as an Etsy site with her most current images, like this Pretty Little Witch.

I am using one of the newest Spellbinders die cuts that I got last week at the scrapbook convention as well as some fun dies from Tim Holtz collection.  Sandra just had surgery and her hand is all wrapped up!!  Get well soon, Sandra!!  We need that hand to get better so you can be creating these amazing images for us to play with.  hugs, Holley

Project Materials:  Cardstock (Bazzill, Neenah, Creative Imaginations); Image (Sandra Caldwell); Diecuts (Spellbinders Nestabilities; Tim Holtz Sizzix);  Bling (Michaels); Brad (Karen Foster); Sticker (Reminisce); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue all, Glue dots); Ink (Colorbox Chalk, memento); Color (Copic Markers);

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Pumpkin Perfect

Here's a super adorable image from Simply Betty Stamps.  I got this cute digi from one of her great sales recently.  I just love this cute costume.  If only I had an adorable Jack O'Latern outfit like this with some stripe-y sock to match.  I would totally wear that on Halloween.
I added some great embossing from Tim Holtz and a spider brad to go with it....Now if we can change her look to a little bit scared, perhaps her man will come save her from the spider....if it was me, I guarantee you my hubby would be called to the room.

Project materials:  Cardstock (Bazzill, DCWV, Neenah);  Image (Simply Betty Stamps); Ink (Colorbox Chalk); Brad (Recollections); Die Cuts (Spellbinders Nestabilities); Embossing (Tim Holtz); Bats (K&Co.);  Color (Copic markers); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue all, Glue dots); 

Friday, September 27, 2013


 This week Sweet Pea Stamps is featuring artist Joanne Schempp on their blog, so I am showing this card here.  You can hop over to their blog and you will see all different images from this artist shown this week.  This wonderful Halloween theme image is called Tabitha.  She is available in digital format.
I am using some wonderful glittered paper from Making Memories and I added some fun embellishments.  Here's a close up of the Tabitha image from Joanne Schempp:
Be sure and check out all of Joanne's images this week, she has both rubber stamps as well as digital stamps at Sweet Pea.

Cheers, Holley

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Pumpkin Patch

Hey everyone!  here's a great image from Queen Kat artist Kathy Cyr called Pumpkin Patch.  I just love this artist's fun images.  She creates wonderful stamps using this adorable little girl and her kitty, Francis Mary and Cornelius.  Awesome.  Do you like the big spiders on the shimmery spider web?

Project materials:  Cardstock (Hobby Lobby, Neenah);  Stamp (Queen Kat); Ink (Colorbox Chalk); Die Cuts (Spellbinders Nestabilities; Cuttlebug); Bling (Recollections); Saying (Imaginescense); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue dots, Glue All);  Color (Copic Markers);

Wednesday, September 25, 2013


Here's a wonderful image from Sweet Pea stamps from artist Regan Kubecek named Trixie.  Isn't she gorgeous?  She's just perfect for Halloween.  I added a wonderful sentiment for her from Sweet Pea Stamps Plate #67.  I found an adorable cat embellishment to match.  I am using some printed transparency as décor and some shimmery mica cardstock on this card.

Here's a wonderful closeup of this adorable stamp from Regan Kubecek, that is available both in Rubber Stamp format as well as digital stamp format.

All the gorgeous papers for this card are from Paper Temptress.  You can see the wonderful base of this card has a fun texture, that is Black Felt Grandee.  The white cardstock used is Neenah Solar White.  The orange shimmery layer is stunning mica cardstock called Flame.  The orange background is one of the Hambly overlays.  Paper Temptress sells these overlays individually or in wonderful 6x6 assortments, perfect for card making!  This sheet is a piece of the Orange Bohemian Overlay (transparency).

Project Materials:  Cardstock (Paper Temptress);  Stamps (Sweet Pea Stamps); Ink (Memento, Colorbox Chalk); Lace (JoAnns); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All, Glue Dots, Ribbon Glue); Cat (OTC); Brads (Making Memories); Color (Copic Markers);

Tuesday, September 24, 2013


Here's a wonderful image from artist Kim Gwin of Scrapbook Stamp Society.  This week their challenge blog is having a contest and you just need to include there buttons on your card.  What are my three buttons, those two flowers and that tiny bee.  Those cute buttons come from the Jesse James company.  This great image is called Bee.

Be sure and drop by the SSS Challenge blog to check out all the wonderful images from the design team artists and the create your card this week using some buttons on your card.

Project materials:  Cardstock (Bazzill, Neenah); Image (Scrapbook Stamp Society--Addicted to Stamps);  Buttons (Jesse James); Bling (Michaels); Die Cuts (Marianne Die Cuts, Lifestyles);  Twine (Doodlebug);  Color (Copic markers);  Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All, Glue dots);

Monday, September 23, 2013

Squigglefly Challenge

Happy Monday everyone!  You know what that means...yep, it's time for this week's Squigglefly Challenge.  This week the challenge is called "Pink and what?"  The challenge is to pick a color to go with pink and add it on your card.  My choice for pink was black, though, I must confess, I think there are lots of other fun colors that you can put with pink!!  I am using a brand new image from artist Cheryl Alger this month called Whatcha Growin Maddie.  This fun image comes with the saying shown as well as an additional floral image and another saying for only $4.

Drop by the Squigglefly Challenge blog and see what all the other Holley Hobbyists created using pink.  Then create your own fun card. If you use a Squigglefly image, even a freebie from the store, you will be eligible for the prize this week.

Project Materials:  Cardstock (DCWV, Neenah, Bazzill);  Image (Squigglefly);  Brads (Bo Bunny); Die Cuts (Spellbinders Nestabilities);  Twine (Doodlebug);  Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue all);  Color (Copic Markers);

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Trick or Treat

I am guessing this cute girl will be getting all treats, she's just too adorable. This fun image is from Kraftin' Kimmie.  I colored her up in a bright orange dress.  She and her kitty are off to get some treats from the neighbors. I wonder what she will get?  When I was a kid I always loved sweet tarts and bubble gum....

Project materials:  Cardstock (Neenah, AC, Basic Grey);  Image (Kraftin Kimmie); Die Cut (Spellbinders Nestabilities); Ink (Colorbox Chalk, memento); Brads (Cloud 9); Stickers (Recollections); Ribbon (); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All, Glue dots, Ribbon Glue); Color (Copic markers);

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Meet Frankie

Here's a gorgeous image from Mazy Art, this is Frankie. I just love her and had to color her up with Pink Hair and that adorable looking Monster High style purse. How cute!! She looks like she'd be the best looking Frankenstein Monster around!
Off to a scrapbooking convention today....hope to see lots of fun stuff...will be telling you about it soon.

Project materials:  Cardstock (Bazzill, Neenah, DCWV, Basic Grey);  Image (Mazy Art); Ink(Colorbox Chalk); DieCuts (Spellbinders Nestabilties);  Buttons (Sticko); Stickers (Making Memories, Imaginescense);  Color (Copic markers); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All, Glue dots);

Friday, September 20, 2013

Love Magic

Well this card is definitely a witch, but she is strikingly beautiful and certainly not looking like a Halloween theme card.  I just had to make her now though, as I think you could change up the colors used and make her in to a more Halloween image you wanted. I also think she would make an awesome Valentine card.  She's from Sweet Pea artist ching-chou kiuk and she is Love Magic (Plate #249).  Can you just imagine the spells and potions she is creating?

Here's a close-up of this wonderful image that you can also buy in digital format.  I added a simple embellishment of a die cut heart from Memory Box and some perfectly matching buttons to go with her.  I think she's gorgeous all by herself on this card.
Hope this Love Witch casts a spell on you today.  Drop by Sweet Pea and check out all the amazing stamps from artist ching-chou kiuk as well as the fun images available for Halloween.
Cheers, Holley

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Meet Rianda the Witch

Here's a brand new Witch named Rianda from Queen Kat artist Terri Nickleson.  Isn't she great?  She will be released this month, so keep your eye out in the Queen Kat store.  This artist just came out a couple months ago and I have already bought some of her wonderful stamps!  I just love this witches pony tails and that little purple bat!  I added a bat tag and some wonderful die cut borders to go with it.
Drop by the Queen Kat store to see all the upcoming Halloween stamps and check out new artist Terri Nickleson's collection.

Project Materials:  Carstock (Pink Paislee, Neenah, DCWV);  Image (Queen Kat);  Ink (Colorbox Chalk); DieCuts (Tim Holtz Skull;  Spellbinders Nestabilities); Border (Martha Stewart);  Tag (unknown); Ribbon (Fire Mountain Gems); Saying (Reminisce); Buttons (Jesse James); Color (Copic Markers); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue all, Glue dots);

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Arsenic Annie

Here's a fun image from Simply Betty Stamps, this is Arsenic Annie.  She's got a plot in mind.  I added a fun saying to go with her from Kraftin' Kimmie.  I also had some arsenic paper to go with her.  Too perfect.  I'd think twice before having a drink.

Project Materials:  Cardstock (Bazzill, Basic Grey, AC, Neenah);  Image (Simply Betty Stamps); Die Cuts (Spellbinders Nestabilities); Ink (Colorbox Chalk, Memento); Skull (Jolees);  Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue dots, Glue all);  Color (Copic Markers);

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Cute as she can be!

Here's a sweet little girl from Scrapbook Stamp Society artist Sherri Baldy.  This cutie is img872.  I had to color her up in yellow which is a favorite of mine.  I added red flowers on her outfit, so I decided to put some pretty red flowers on the card.  The SSS Challenge this week is to create a card using flowers and ribbons.
I added a simple sentiment from Cosmo Crickett "Her mind could imagine the most beautiful things."  She sure looks like she has a lot on her mind, doesn't she? 
Drop by the SSS Challenge blog this week and share your card with us using some flowers and ribbons.  I can't wait to see what you make!  The SSS Company will be awarding free digi stamps to the winner as well as the runner up!
Project Materials:  Cardstock (Bazzill, Neenah);  Image (Scrabook Stamp Society--Addicted to Stamps);  Ink (Colorbox Chalk);  Die Cuts (Xcuts); Ribbon (Prima); Flowers (Prima);  Brads (Imaginescense);  Saying (Cosmo Crickett);  Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All, Ribbon Glue); Color (Copic Markers);

Monday, September 16, 2013

Pumpkins, my favorite

Here's one of my favorite things ever...yes, it's the orange, but also, yep, it's pumpkins.  For those of you who know, you know I love pumpkin--lately they have already been bring out the pumpkin, even though TX is very much in summer.  I have been enjoying pumpkin bagels, cream cheese lately.  Now I am also seeing pumpkin cookies, cheesecake, bread, ice cream, and a ton of other goodies.  YUM.  This great image is from Squigglefly artist  and the challenge this week is to make a farm related card.  I can think of nothing more farm related than this!!  In fact for many of us "city slickers" often times the only farm like environment we might see would be in fall time going out to buy a pumpkin somewhere.  This cute image is called Pumpkins and is on sale for just $1 from Squigglefly artist Pamela Lehto.  What great work and perfect for Halloween or Thanksgiving.

I hope you will join in on the fun this week.  Squigglefly Challenge blog is having new samples now, and you can enter a card in this week's contest--anything farm related.  I can't wait to see what you make!

 Cheers, Holley

Project Materials:  Cardstock (DCWV, Neenah, Hobby Lobby); Digi Stamp(Squigglefly); Stamp (Studio G); Ink (Colorbox Chalk, memento); Die Cuts (Spellbinders Nestabilities); Buttons (American Traditional); Ribbon (Michaels);  Adhesives (pop dots, glue dots, ribbon glue);  Color (Copic Markers);

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Need a Joke?

So, Need a joke's one.....How do GHOSTS like to dance....They shake their BOO-ties.  Ha ha.  OK, a little lame, but you still gotta laugh.  Find a little kid and tell them that.  This cute stamp comes from Unity Stamps and it gave me a smile, so I had to get it.

Added some fun spider web embellishments from K&Co and Happy Halloween sentiments to go with it.  Hope you got a little Halloween smile.

Project material:  Cardstock (unknown, Neenah);  Stamp(Unity Stamp Company); Die Cut (Spellbinders); Ink (Memento, Colorbox Chalk);  Border (K&Co); Sentiment (Reminisce); Color (Copic markers); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All);

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Vampire Cutie

Here's a great image I got from the Stamping Chef to play in their current contest.  I just love this fun girl.  The challenge was to include the red splotches on your creation, so I had added them here on the girls image. 
Hope you guys like this card! The contest is being done in a combo with Simply Betty Stamps and Stamping Chef, located HERE.

Friday, September 13, 2013

Meet Priscilla

Here's my take on the Sweet Pea variation this month using an adorable image from artist Conie Fong.  This cutie is called Priscilla.  Isn't she the cutest?  What an adorable little witch.  I colored her up in copic blues B91-B94 with a tiny bit of purples V12-16 and orange YR04.  That big skull there was actually something I found in my grocery store of all places, I suppose it's just for use as a decoration, but it was too cute not to go on some cards!
Here's a close up of this fun image, which is also available as a digitial-stamp (click here).

When I look at the close up of this image, don't you love that little 'ol spider on top of the broom?  that's too cute!  Hope you get some fun images for Halloween.  Sweet Pea stamps has a bunch of gorgeous Halloween theme images, which is so my favorite holiday to make cards for.

Cheers, Holley

Thursday, September 12, 2013

The Witch Gang

Here's a fun image from artist Coriander Shea of Queen Kat. This image is called Witch Gang.  She and her cute little group are off to Trick or Treat, so I made this cute card for them. I wonder if they will be getting treats or doing tricks.  I think they look too cute to be little tricksters. 

Drop by Queen Kat and see all Coriander Shea's fun images.  Also be sure to check out all the new stamps including the fun images for Halloween.

Project Materials:  Cardstock (Hobby Lobby, AC, Neenah);  Image (Queen Kat); Die Cut (Lifestyles); Borders (Doodlebug); Buttons (Jesse James); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue all, Glue dots); Ink (Colorbox Chalk); Color (Copic markers);

Wednesday, September 11, 2013


Here's a fun Halloween theme card today using a devilish image from Simply Betty Stamps and some gorgeous specialty papers from Paper Temptress.   It can be hard to see from the image here, but the base cardstock is wonderful textured ruche in black.

On top of the ruche (also called crepe) in Black Crepe, I am using a wonderful transparency printed in gold. These overlays come from Hambly.  You can buy them individually, and a 12x12 sheet will last a long time if you are a card maker like me, or you can get a great overlay combo pack, which gives you a wonderful assortment of 6x6" pcs that work perfect for cards like this.  The one I am using here is called Gold Woodgrain.  The red paper that gives a wonderful sparkle to it is the incandescent Rosso.  I printed my image up on Neenah Solar White using my computer since it was a digital image. I find the 80lb white paper runs through the printer great and works very well with copic markers.

Project Materials:  Cardstock (Paper Temptress);  Stamp (Simply Betty Stamps); Ink (Colorbox Chalk);  Die Cut (Xcuts); Punch (Martha Stewart); Buttons (); Charm (Making Memories); Sticker (); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All, Glue dots);

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Molly Mummy

Isn't this a cute mummy?  It's Molly Mummy from artist Sherri Baldy at Scrapbook Stamp Society. Too adorable.  I made this card for the SSS Challenge blog this week, they are looking for an anything goes theme card that includes a lot of bling. I guess I don't know what is a lot, but for me, this is a lot of bling.  I love it! Even mummies can use some décor.

Drop by the challenge blog and show us your work. There's a ton of wonderful stamps to chose from at Scrapbook Stamp Society and the winner of the Challenge will get a wonderful free digi-images from the store. WOW.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill, AC, Neenah, Basic Grey); Image (Scrapbook Stamp Society--Addicted to Stamps); Ink (Colorbox Chalk); Lace (JoAnns); Bling (Recollections, Michaels); Die Cuts (Xcuts); Color (Copic markers); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All, Ribbon Glue, Glue dots);

Monday, September 9, 2013

Squigglefly Challenge

Happy Monday everyone!! It's time for this week's Squigglefly Challenge.  The challenge this week is to include a sentiment on your card. It's that easy. You can add a wonderful sentiment that comes with many of the images sold, you can add your own sentiment, you can buy a sentiment separately (there's a whole bunch of fun sentiments at Squigglefly for just 99 cents!!) or you can add an embellishment that has a sentiment on it.  Any of these choices qualifies.  Here's my fun card this week, I am using a great image of a kitty called Temptation  by Judith Hart.  The brand new sentiment from artist Charlene Mitchell is called Thinking of You.

I added some fun shaped buttons and decorative corner cutouts too.  Drop by the Squigglefly Challenge Blog and see what the other Holley Hobbyists created for this week's challenge and then create your own card.  You just need to add a sentiment to it to qualify and if you use a Squigglefly image (or sentiment), you are eligible to win!

Project Materials:  Cardstock (Hobby Lobby, Neenah, Bazzill Bling);  Images (Squigglefly); Ink (Colorbox Chalk); Buttons (Jesse James); DieCuts (Spellbinders Nestabilities; Memory Box);  Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue Dots, Glue All); Color (Copic Markers);

Sunday, September 8, 2013

She's a witchy witch

Here's my first stamp from a new company called Stamping Chef.  I have been checking out their images for a while recently and finally had to get a couple of them.  Here's one for Halloween, that you know is my favorite holiday.  She's called Broomstick Bella.  Isn't she great?  Keep your eye out for more fun from this company as I am going to have more fun stamps from them as time goes on.

Project Materials:  Cardstock (Bazzill, Neenah, Basic Grey);  Image (Stamping Chef); Sentiment (Reminisce); Brad (Queen & Co); Flowers (Prima); Die Cut (Spellbinders Nestabilities); Buttons (Memory Makers); Twine (Doodlebug); Adhesive (pop dots, Glue dots, glue all);  Color (Copic Markers);

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Halloween Mouse-qerade

Here's a little Halloween cutie from Kraftin' Kimmie.  I guess I never thought about what mice would dress up for during Halloween, but I suppose it's the same things that we do, lol!  Here's draculamouse and bride of franken-mouse.  HA.  Too funny.

Hope you are all having a wonderful Sept.  I can't say it feels like fall is anywhere nearby yet.  But, at least I can be showing some Halloween cards and eating pumpkin bagels.

Cheers, Holley

project materials:  Cardstock(Bazzill Swiss, AC Metallic, Neenah);  Image (Kraftin Kimmie); Ink (Mememto, Colorbox Chalk, White);  Buttons (Grandma's Button Bag);  Die Cut (Spellbinders Nestabilities);  Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue dots, Glue All); Color (Copic Markers);

Friday, September 6, 2013

Pumpkin Witch

 Hi everyone and Happy Friday!  here's a brand new stamp from our brand new Sweet Pea artist Regan Kubecek.  This image is called Pumpkin Witch.  Yum. I am a huge Halloween fan and I just love pumpkin.  I was delighted last week to walk in to my favorite bagel shop and see...pumpkin flavored bagels, pumpkin cream cheese, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin cookies, even pumpkin latte.  WOW.  What a treat. I will say I totally gave in and had FOUR of the goodies on their menu right then.  Made me come home and whip out this image and get to coloring up some great pumpkins!
I am using some wonderful paper from Pink Paislee, don't you love the skulls on it?  It has some amazing Halloween design to it, it's from the Toil and Trouble line.  Here's a closeup of the new stamp, available in both rubber stamp and digital format.

There's so many fun Halloween theme stamps at Sweet Pea as well as some brand new images from artist Regan Kubecek, be sure and check out the current sale at the store. 
Cheers, Holley

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Where's my mummy?

Hey everyone, here's a fun stamp from one of my favorite artist's Queen Kat artist Sandra Caldwell. This bear is just TOO cute to spook, he's called Bearly My Mummy.   How adorable.  I am not sure if he was a dad who let his kids dress him up for Halloween or a  man who just ran out of wrap before he was done with his costume. At any rate, he's adorable.  Be sure and check out her newest stamps at the Queen Kat store.

Project materials:  Cardstock (Bazzill Swiss, Neenah, Bazzill); Image (Queen Kat); Die Cuts (Spellbinders Nestabilities); Twine (Doodlebug); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue all); Color (Copic Markers);

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

It's Batty Tilda

I'm Batty for You!  That's what Tilda has to day today.  Isn't she adorable?  Here's a fun card using a Magnolia stamp.  Now that I am starting to show some Halloween cards, I had to pull out this fun image of Tilda dressing up like a bat. I am sure as many of you may have heard before, Austin is home to one of the largest bat colonies in the world.  It's truly a site that is unbelievable when you are standing on a bridge and watching a million (yes, million) bats fly out at night.  It almost looks like smoke from a distance but when close enough you realize what those tiny creatures are.

If interested, look up Mexican Freetail bats in Austin TX and I am sure there will be a ton of on line photos and videos posted.  A really great thing about them is they primarily eat mosquitos...LOTS of them.  Yeah, bats!!

Project Materials:  Cardstock (Bazzill Swiss, Neenah, AC); Image (Tilda-Magnolia Stamps; Saying-Kraftin Kimmie Stamps); Ink (Memento, Colorbox Chalk); Die Cuts (Spellbinders Nestabilities, Provo Craft); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All); Color (Copic markers);

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Me and my kitty

Here's an adorable image from Scrapbook Stamp Society artist Sherri Baldy. This cute image (image802) is super adorable little girl and her kitty.  Just perfect for this week's anything goes challenge over at the Challenge Blog.

There's a huge prize of $30 at the Scrapbook Place Challenge blog this week, so drop by and share your card, be sure and use a wonderful stamp from SSS!!

Project materials: Cardstock (Bazzill Bling, ProvoCraft, Neenah); Image (Addicted to Stamp--Scrapbook Stamp Society); Die Cut (Lifestyles); Lace (Istanbul, Turkiye); Bling (Michaels); Buttons (Grandma's Button Bag); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue dots, Glue all, Ribbon Glue);

Monday, September 2, 2013

Squigglefly Challenge

Happy Monday everyone!!  I am sure you have guessed, today is the Squigglefly Challenge.  This week the challenge is Flowers.  Any kind to be exact, either in your image or the embellishment. Here I am using both.  This is a brand new image from Squigglefly artist Pamela Lehto called Pam's Daisy Bouquet Cup.  How delightful.  I added a sweet vellum sentiment to go with it.  Then I added some of the latest wood die cuts in floral shapes.

Drop by the Squigglefly Challenge blog and see the samples made by the design team and then create your own card to join in the fun this week.  You can use a freebie from Squigglefly and join in.  The winner will get a prize from Squigglefly.

Project materials:  Cardstock (Bazzill, Neenah); Image (Squigglefly); Sentiment (Vellum); Flowers (); Die Cut (Lifestyles); adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All, Glue dots, Ribbon Glue); Ribbon (Michaels); Color (Copic Markers);

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Just picking some flowers....

As Halloween gets closer, I am going to be posting more images of these cuties, I just love Simply Betty stamps, here's a great image from her, I must confess though that I don't really necessarily consider this a Halloween image, but I know a lot of other people would.  So, seems like a good time to share this fun card.  I got a bunch of fun images from their store recently so I can't wait to show you all of them.

Do you love Halloween?  I was wearing this tshirt the other day, it's got candy corn on it...on one side the candy corn is zombies (i.e they are blue candy corns instead of the typical white/orange/yellow) and going after the normal candy corns to eat them....ha.  What kind of crazy person thinks up that?  LOL, I don't know but I wear the shirt.

Project Materials:  Cardstock (Neenah, DCWV, unknown);  Image (Simply Betty); Saying (Colorbok); Bling (Michaels);  DieCut (Nestabilties); Color (Copic Markers); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue all, Glue dots); Ink (Colorbox Chalk, Memento);