Monday, September 20, 2010

Martha is Looking for Sweet Treats

Aren't Halloween and Fall projects fun to make???!!!!  If you are following along on the Magnolia-licious Highlites Bats and Broomsticks Blog Hop and came from Suzanne's wonderful blog, you have made it to the very end.  If you stopped by on your own, you will want to start at the beginning because you won't want to miss the fabulous creations of the Design Team from Magnolia-licious.  You can find the blog hop list here.

Well Martha isn't our normal sweet Tilda, but I got this adorable Goblin Martha from Diana at Magnolia-licious and thought she really would fit in well for a Halloween card.

#807 Goblin Martha
Papers from Stash (Cloud 9 and Reminisce)
Distress Inks for coloring:  Tattered Rose, Dusty Concord, Peeled Paint, Brushed Corduroy, Vintage Photo, Pumice Stone
Bat Punch
Drippy Goo Punch from Martha Stewart
Black Pearlies
White Gel Pen, Stardust Pen
Glossy Accents

Water colored Martha with Distress Inks, cut her out and popped her up with foam tape.  Punched out the ghost circles from some patterned paper and made Martha's treat bag out of scraps.  Used Glossy accents on one of the houses on the paper and on the drippy goo borders.  Added some punched bats, black dewdrop like things and used the white gel pen and stardust pen for some extra jazz!
So Martha did find some Sweet Treats in the poppers!!!  Sorry, don't have the pattern for these written up just yet, but I'll try to get it posted here eventually.

Now if you can help me, I also have  Sweet Goblin William!!!  You can check him out here.  Love his mischievous toothy grin!   When I was going to start coloring him, I noticed he has something different.  He is holding a flower in one hand, but not quite sure if he is holding something in his other hand or if he has a tail!!!  What do you think????

Hope you enjoyed the hop and will play along with a Halloween or Fall themed project.  You'll also have a chance at winning something fun!  Details here at the Magnolia-licious Highlites Blog

Thanks for stopping by and as always so appreciate any comments you are so kind enough to leave!

Enjoy every day!
Patti Jo


Kate said...

Great card, I think I have some bits of those papers left in my stash, I'll have to get making!

I think it's definitely a tail in William's hand, lol.

** Kate **

Chris said...

I love your halloween set Patti Jo! Gorgeous colouring and design and the colours are beautifully halloween! Hope you're well. Hugs, Chris :)

nancyruth said...

your card is darling! All the cards by the team are superlative and inspiring! Off I go to stamp!!!

Lisa said...

She looks great! I love the card and treats. It is just perfect. thnaks

Anna A said...

Wonderful card.
Have a nice day,
Hugs Anna A

angelwhispers said...

Love this Halloween card and the crackers are just fabulous!!! What a talented dt you all are such fabulous designs and project I just loved them all!!!

Also I have been having a good old nosey through your blog and you are so talented just had to become a follower love it!!!

Thanks for sharing your talent Love Chanelle xx

charlene said...

cute card I have never seen her before !

Luann said...

Didn't expect fun she is. Love the details.

It could be a tail on William...or another flower?

Corinne said...

Cute card! Your coloring is wonderful.

I would say that William has his tail in his other hand.


PaulaM said...

Your Martha is just perfect for Halloween. I love this easel card too. As for William - I think it is a dead flower - or one that was rejected by the girl of his dreams! :(

Kathy said...

Great card! I think he is holding a tail.

Stampin Mindy said...

Patti, this is so cute! I just love those papers and treat boxes. They are perfect for halloween party favors! Adorable projects!

Hugs, Mindy

RubyM:) said...

HEY Patti Jo!!! I almost forgot Martha is part of Magnolia LOL!! I WAS,"Am i at the right post" lol!!! Then i put on my glasses duhhhhh lol! YOU DID A SUPER JOB I MEAN HOW CREATIVE ARE YOU!!!!I bet you had so much fun creating this cute package. WONDERFUL COLORS AND THE COLORING IS PERFECT!!!!!!!!RubyM:)

Anonymous said...

Wowsers, great card Patti Jo, those DP's are fabulous and Goblin Martha is so cute. Great job on the candy bonbons too. I have thoroughly enjoyed this great hop and this is a wonderful way to end it. TFS

Barb Hardeman said...

THis is really delightful Patti Jo! I don't think I've ever seen Martha before, so she was a special treat! Love the Poppers you made to go with her. Your card is gorgeous and I love that you used so much dimension and fun layers. Super job girl!

LINDA W. said...

I would not had thought to use this
stamp for Halloween....but it is your coloring...and your treat poopers.
Hugs Linda

Helen said...

Very cute card! Your little poppers are way cool, too!

Chris said...

I love the characters in the Martha and William Collection. I just got a couple of them last week. Too cute! Your card is adorable! It just screams, "Party!" Love it and the treat "crackers," too! Great job!


Chris said...

Oh, I forgot to write what I think William is holding. I think it is a sunflower or other similar flower. If you look closely beyond the petals, you can see the puffy center that sunflowers have. At least, that's my take on it.


Suzanne J Dean said...

Hee hee, she's too cute and I just love her expression! Great card and the little treats are just so clever and fabulous--wonderful Patti Jo!


Danielle Champagne said...

Hello Patti Jo, I had never seen that stamp before!I love your project, gorgeous paper. Love those little poppers, with Martha's face on it.

cabio's craft corner said...

Isn't that Goblin a fun image. Love the cute way you altered her to hold the candy bag. Very cute!! Love the creativity ideas you have on this one Patti Jo :o)

Sue said...

Patti, how cute is she! Love her freckles. Great card and those poppers are such fun, kids love them! Wonderful, and very creative.

I think William is holding a flower in both hands.


Maryu said...

Amazing easel card. One of the best developed inside (floor?) pages ever. Love the plaid and all the different panels. It's definitely a tail--his hand is above it, not holding at all.

Anonymous said...

Patti Jo, your card is just adorable. I haven't seen the goblin stamps before! They make great Halloween stamps though, I think you're right, William looks like he is holding his tail =) The little treats are cute and your coloring is awesome!

Devlin said...

So cute! I've never seen Martha before, but she's so different and so funny! Beautifully done!

Jean said...

Oh my gosh Patti Jo Martha is so adorable.. perfect for Halloween and love those treats.. Your card is so great with so many wonderful things going on... as for Wiliam I do believe he is holding something in his other hand like a corn cob with the end shank out.

Zenita Smith said...

Great job and I love the treats!!

Debi said...

Cute card. I think that William is holding some more flowers behind his back.

Collette said...

How fun ... Love your papers ... and your poppers. Great job.

Sharon Caudle said...

Oh Patti Jo, this card is tooooooo CUTE!!!! I love that you used Martha! She is perfect and you colored her perfectly! Awesome details and perfect papers! I love it!
hugs, Sharon

Cheryl said...

Love your card and 'crackers'! Wonderful Halloweenie colors and gorgeous coloring!
Easel cards are so fun!

JodyJane said...

Great card and Poppers! Martha has that face only a mother would love! LOL

Suzi said...

Oh what a fabulous image this is, just perfect for Halloween. You little gift box crackers are amazing and the card is just fab. Love the papers, layout and all those sweet extras.
Suzi x

cathylynn said...

What a great easel card with such a darling character! Your colors are great and the scene you created is awesome.

Marjo said...

What a cute idea! Fantastic DT creations. Lovin the wrapper.

Hugs, Marjo

Mary Lou said...

Patti Jo this is so Fun!! Love dear Martha--off to check out William!!

Jennibee's Cardspot said...

Wow what a great card, love it, and such a lot of work in this project, must have taken ages!!
Love Jenni

Linda said...

Hi Patti Jo I love your Halloween party crackers they are a very good idea love Linda

Cor* said...

What an original for sure! I have never seen this stamp before and she is totally totally wicked looking! LOL. Wonderful job you've done! Fantastic last stop for the hop!!

Diana said...

That sure was a different Halloween card! Love it!

Hugs Diana

Anonymous said...

oh, she makes me think Pippi Longstocking! One year Heather (our oldest) dressed up like Pippi... we wired her braided pigtails so they went out straight from the sides of her head! So funny! Awesome cute-ness here Patti Jo! Love her face on the crackers. Adorably painted and just cute as can be!
Pam Going Postal

Tammy said...

Great Martha!!!! As for William it
is definately a tail. Look at all
the other Williams they all have tails

Mary said...

What a cute card!

Anneke said...

What a fun gift set!
So great
Hugs Anneke


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