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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Autumn Barely Stamped: Red Fuzzy Tailed Squirrel

I know it's Halloween but I just had to share Create with TLC Autumn Barely Stamped squirrel which I made for today. We had been up the cabin over the weekend and those dang squirrels broke in again and chewed apart things and made a mess - thus my ode to the red squirrel as I have visions of shooting him and making a tasty squirrel stew!!!! Also with today's and tomorrow's cards, I challenged myself to use as many Create with TLC objects as I could use.

  • card was cut 6 x 12 inches and then folded in half using DCWV Harvest Gathering
  • background was cut using Create with TLC Memories of Leaves
  • sentiment, "Leaves are falling AUTUMN is calling" from Create with TLC which I chalked around the edges
  • squirrel is from Autumn Barely Stamped from Create with TLC which was colored with my Prisma Colored Pencils which is currently a "freebie" with a purchase from the store!!!
  • Darice 1/4-inch Fall Satin Ribbon runs along the left edge along with tied into a bow
  • buttons are from my stash
  • AND, that cute little fuzzy wuzzy squirrel tail is a feather!!!

God Bless and Thanks for stopping by today. I appreciate and love reading your comments . . is your comment the next one I read???

Much love, hugs, and friendship

I have entered this card in the following challenges: 
Crafty Sentiments Designs Anything Goes Challenge
Chalk N Stock October Challenge Anything Goes

Friday, October 25, 2013

Scrapbook Blessings Club Save the TaTa's Blog Hop

Welcome to the Scrapbook Blessings Club... Save the TaTa's Blog Hop!

If you are jumping in the middle, you can start at the beginning at www.scrapbookblessings.blogspot.com, but hopefully you hopped over from Scrapbook Blessing Club's blog.  So let's get started...

It's October and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I'm sure that many have been touched by this dreaded disease. We need to have Awareness for Mammograms for early detection. SO, with this being said, the talented Design Team and Facebook members of Scrapbook Blessings Club are ready to strut their stuff and show you just how easy it is to use the Tic Tac Toe Board in the SBC FB group as inspiration.  

Here is the card that I did using the diagonal: Pink Ribbon, Charm, and Pink Lace of the Tic Tac Toe Board.

  • file had been a freebie at SVG Cuts which I had done an edit/copy/paste in Make the Cut to create two (2) of the laced portion of my card
  • the copy was then "blackout" to fill in the open areas for the inside of card and the piece needed to be welded together
  • the laced portion and one of the blackout portion were lined up and welded together to form my card opening top to bottom
  • this picture explains my piecings along with my paper color choices which were Recollections Card Stock Black and a Pale Pink

  • card is then folded in half
  • Darice 1/4-inch satin ribbon was laced in the front with an awareness ribbon charm tied into the bow
  • the solid pink corset was then glued to the back of the laced portion of my card AFTER lace was glued to the inside of the top portion of the card
  • the accent pieces for the front were embossed with Cuttlebug Paisley and then chalked with a darker pink 
  • sentiment, "Beauty Grace . . . courage hope . . . . faith" is from Create with TLC 
  • awareness ribbon was colored with Prisma Colored Pencils and sentiment was given rounded corners and chalked around the edges
I try to make as many cards during the year for Breast Cancer Awareness as this is a subject that is close to my heart and your sentiment is purrfect!! I was diagnosed 3 years ago with Atypical Ductal Hyperplasia which is a pre-cancer form which affects the area surrounding your milk ducts. Were you aware that the milk duct area does not include JUST your breast but also under your arm? A "scoop" was removed from my right breast and I need to go twice a year for mammograms to ensure that it hasn't spread along with being more pre-cancer cells as compared to cancer cells. Without early detection it could have been a lot worse. I send cards to people that I have heard that have been diagnosed, to friends reminding them to have a mammogram along with “thinking of you” cards during stressful times waiting for results. Guess you could say it has been a personal crusade of mine!!! 

Hopefully this inspires you to remember to get the TaTa's checked when you see pink!!! Early detection is the KEY!!!!! Your next stop is Sandy.

Oh, did I mention that there will be a little prize given by Lynne Kirsch of a cross which she makes using her Embroidery Machine to one lucky person that comments.  

Also, THE STAMPING CHEF is giving away The Fighter digi stamp too! Just leave a comment along with a way in which we can reach you. We would love if you followed the participating blogs, but it is not a requirement.

If you would love to play along with the tic tac toe card game, you can share it in the special album in the Scrapbook Blessings Club Facebook Group for a second prize which is offered by Lynne.

Here is the entire blog list:

I thank you for stopping by today and again, I can't stress enuf that early detection is the key and to schedule your mammogram for this year if you haven't had one already!!!! Take it from someone speaking from experience. 

God Bless and Thank you my friends . . . . 

Much love, hugs, and friendship

I've entered this card in the following challenges:

Thursday, October 24, 2013

BOOOOO!!!!! Oh Sheet, Its a Ghost Blog Hop!

Boo! Oh didn't mean to scare you but just wanted to have some fun and so do these incredible crafters who have made things that involve ghosts. I hope you will join us today and hop along to see what each person made.

Our hostess is Jearise from Lorby's World and her blog is the place to start at http://lorbysworld.blogspot.com . She will be having a give away so make sure to start there and see what she has to offer and learn how to get a chance to win.

Our sponsor for this hop is Jessica from SVG Attic (http://svgattic.blogspot.com/p/store) so you have got to stop by her blog to see what she has up her sleeve. I'm sure you will gasp with delight!

Here are my ghostly creations for this hop...

First is a super easy and quick project - on Create with TLC, she has a super cute little candy wrapper to use either with little sandwich bags or the super cute little treat bags that are sold at Miriam's Crafting Supplies - these are 1 x 10 inches and all you need to add is the Ghost Poop, a pencil, M&M's, Skittles. Just let me add at this point that my hands are killing me along with my back and shoulder and I couldn't fill the bag with the marshmallows and may resort to M&M's or white chocolate chips

Next is another super quick and easy project!!!! The Cuddly ghost I used is from SVG cuts which is a freebie
 but I welded the two of them to have it fold over.

. . . . and this is what the final project looks like with a partially filled cellophane bag from Miriam's Crafting Supplies - ok, I confess, its the same bag from the previous picture ...... but shhhhh don't tell anyone!!!

Also, Create With TLC has had several different styles of ghostly Halloween "soup" can covers as freebies. Here is the Halloween Ghost Grub which is going around a vanilla go-gurt for Lily in her treat bag . . . 

NOW, as my final project, I saw this on the internet and the hardest part is removing the labels from the gallon plastic containers but the end result is phenomenal!!! These are on my front porch and it can vary as to the color of the lights that you use

  • 3 - one gallon plastic containers - these are from the Distilled Water for our Sleep Apnea Machines with the labels removed
  • ghostly or pumpkin faces which were cut using black vinyl and my trusty Cricut and Make the Cut 

  • holes were cut in the back thanks to Bob with his drill to make a 2-inch hole in the back
  • 35 strand of orange lights distributed between the 3 - one gallon containers (purple or green can be used also!!!)
  • and VIOLA . . . . my ghostly trio sitting on our front porch!!!

Thanks for floating in today to see what spooktacular creation I did!!! I'm the last stop for the hop today and I appreciate you stopping by and of course leaving your comments no matter how scary they are!!!

Here is the complete line up just in case the ghost busters are busy:
Jessica from SVG Attic ~ http://svgattic.blogspot.com/

God Bless you and thanks for stopping and visiting today. Please leave a comment as to your thoughts and you could be the lucky winner of some ghost poop!!!! You just need to let me know how many little goblins in your household and I can send my Cuddly Ghost with some Ghost Poop!!! 

Hugs, Love, and Friendship

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Today You Are You ~ Dr Suess Words of Wisdom

Greetings my friends! Are you ready for our wonderful second challenge for Scrapbook Blessings which I am part of the Design Team and challenging you my friends to participate.

Now onto the next video challenge...Twisted Easel Card. Here's Marilyn's fun video and instructions to follow for the challenge:

For my card, I went with Bugaboo's Cat in the Hat digital design. Isn't he adorable??? 

  • Background piece is cut as follows: 4.25 x 9.75 inches and then scored at 5.5 inches which then is folded in half making a triangle. The paper is Recollections Christmas which I purchased after Christmas last year at Michaels for 84 cents!!! What a deal!!
  • a red scrap of Recollection card stock was then cut at 4.25 x 5.5 inches
  • digital design is by Bugaboo which is the sponsor for this challenge. I used Cat in the Hat Youer Than You. Image was colored using my Prisma Colored Pencils with gel pen highlights. I then fussy cut around the image to glue on the 4.25 x 5.5 inch red Recollection cardstock
  • ribbon is an Offray Dr. Suess which was wrapped on the card and then a bow added on top of the strip
  • sentiment for the card is from Create with TLC, " someone like you should be celebrated every day which was first chalked around the edges and then mounted on red cardstock. Puff dots were used to put on my card with Queen & Co. Pearls/Berry Red

This challenge our wonderful sponsor Bugaboo Stamps who is offering 7 digital stamps to a lucky winner. Of course there are some rules for the challenges to make them fair. Be sure, to take a moment or two to view and . . . ..  SEW, come on over and link up your cards and meet the challenge!!!!  

Thanks for visiting me today . . . much love, hugs, and friendship. Don't forget to leave me some bloggie love as I love to read your comments - is your comment the next one I read????? 


Saturday, October 12, 2013

October Calendar Girls

Welcome to our October Calendar Girls' Blog Hop. It’s absolutely amazing when you do a Google search the interesting facts you may find. Such a find is special and unique occasions throughout the year!!! These unique holidays are our inspiration. As Neil Sedaka sang in his song "Calendar Girls" - "Romeo and Juliet on Halloween!!"

Our hop begins today with me. The entire line-up is available just in case you get bogged down with all the holidaze and craziness as you won't want to miss a single calendar event!!!! 

In case, you get lost along the way with all the craziness of the holidaze, here's the complete line-up to follow along with the streamers, cards, lay-outs and super creativity of the marvelous Calendar Girls:

Lynne ~ http://slasewcraftiness.blogspot.com/
Sandy ~ http://aworkingmomsjoy.blogspot.com
Janet ~ http://ladyluvbug.blogspot.com/
Jearise ~ http://lorbysworld.blogspot.com
Lucy ~ http://love2createitall.com
Christine - http://www.creativelivingwithchristine.blogspot.com
Laura - http://www.lauraleesdream.blogspot.com

October, 2013 Daily Holidays, Special and Wacky Days:

Breast Cancer Awareness Month - Lynne
Clergy Appreciation Month

1 - National Lace Day -Janet
2 - Guardian Angels Day - Laura
5 - World Card Making Day - Sandy
6 - Mad Hatter Day - Lynne
7 - World Smile Day - 
9 - Fire Prevention Day- Sandy
11 - Take Your Teddy Bear to Work Day - Lucy 
11 - World Egg Day
14 - Columbus Day - Lynne
14 - Be Bald and Free Day - Jearise
16 - Dictionary Day
19 - Sweetest Day- Sandy
21 - Count Your Buttons Day - Sandy
25 - Frankenstein Friday - Jearise, Lynne
27 - National Tell a Story Day (in Scotland and the UK)
28 - Plush Animal Lover's Day - 
30 - National Candy Corn Day - Sandy
30 - Mischief Night - Janet
31 - Halloween - Christine

We are offering some fabulous blog candy to 2 lucky winners - 

Just comment and give some bloggie love to each of the Calendar Girls. For our blog candy, Lynne is offering a personalized mug mat monogrammed with your first initial. Please, don't forget to comment on all blogs along with leaving your email address that we may contact the winner. You get to chose either fall colors or Halloween. Also, Lynne is 
offering a breast cancer awareness bracelet to one lucky winner.

October is Breast cancer awareness means a lot to me . . . several years ago, I was diagnosed with Atypical Ductal Hyperplasia and need to have mammograms twice a year as it affects the milk ducts of my breast. My card is a repeat as it is a card which I love how it turned out and hope you agree . . . make a card to bring breast cancer awareness and mail to a friend . . . .

  • Fidget's Hope designed by Heather Valentin which I colored using my Prisma Spectrum Noir Markers, glitzed with glitter and accented with gel pens
  • stick pin made using a breast cancer awareness ribbon, stick pin and beads from scrap bin
  • ribbon Darice organza tied in a bow
  • sentiment from Create with TLC

For my next card is for October 6th for Mad Hatter Day . . . NOW, if you know me you know how I love love love Alice in Wonderland and the Mad Hatter is my favorite!!!!

  • card was cut using A Child's Year Cricut Cartridge on page 57 cut as a 5-inch card using Recollections Animal Printed
  • digi is Create with TLC Mad Hatter Twinkle Twinkle . . . NOW, I do need to let you know that Create with TLC offers freebies on a daily basis and all she asks for is a comment . . . this had been a "freebie" but it had retired early as there were 63 downloads BUT no comment . . . I'm hoping that you would give a comment as there is no charge and to continue offering these at no charge, offering a comment is just courtesy . . . ok, I'm off my soapbox for NOW!!!
  • stick pin was made using beads, feather from my stash as I always considered the Mad Hatter rather flamboyant!!!!
  • digi was colored with my Spectrum Noir Markers, Prisma colored pencils, accented with gel pens
  • copper toned table-setting charm is tied with bakery twine  

October 14th is Columbus Day . . . now, with Lily going to a pre-school, they celebrate the holidaze. With that being said, I thought I would make Lily a card and send it to her as she loves cards and keeps them in a little pursse that grandma has made her . . . this will be going to Lily to take to school for Columbus Day . . . .

  • card was cut 4.25 x 11 inches and folded in half using Darice Patterned Kraft Cardstock
  • lace on front was cut using Martha Stewart Eyelet border punch and edged with a blue ribbon
  • front ship was cut using Designer Calendar Cricut Cartridge cut at 3-inches with Columbus Day cut at 2.25 inches both of which are on page 47
  • inside ship is from Create with TLC - Fairy Tale Ship

My final day I chose is Frankenstein Friday which is October 25th. I know Jearise is also doing this date but Create with TLC had a Halloween Frankenstein Collage which I just had to and wanted to use . . . sew, shhhhhh don't tell Jearise please . . . .

  • card was cut 4.25 x 11 inches using black Recollection and then folded in half
  • Create with TLC Halloween Frankenstein Collage which was chalked
  • background paper is from Tsunami Rose Halloween 2012
  • ribbon on the right side and tied into a bow is Darice Halloween Fun

Your next stop along the way of the calendar is Sandy. Thanks for stopping by and mark your calendar again next month to see what Holidays to Celebrate on November 9, 2013, for the next Calendar Girls Blog Hop!

God Bless you and thank you ever sew much for stopping by today! I love reading comments and would love to read yours . . . .
Much love, hugs, and friendship


Sunday, October 6, 2013

Challenge #3- Triple Time Stamp Technique for Scrapbook Blessings

Greetings my friends! This is the first challenge blog for Scrapbook Blessings that I am part of the Design Team and challenging you my friends to participate.

The official launch party on the Facebook group was on the 5th, which was a blast. You are all asked to be a part of a fun group. Also, the first Design Team Blog Hop was yesterday. There is still time to hop and get to meet my fellow Design Team Sisters and win some great prizes, with comments being taken until Wednesday.

Now onto the next video challenge...Triple Time Stamp Cards. For my card, I went with a simple fall thank you to send to the wonderful staff for the excellent card I received at Jefferson Hills Manor Nursing Facility.

  • Background pieces are cut as follows: 8.5 x 5.5 inches and then folded in half; 2.25 x 3.5 inches and 3.25 x 4.5 inches
  • Accent pieces are cut as follows: 4 x 5.25 inches; 3 x 4.25 inches; and 2 x 3.25 inches
  • Chose sentiment rubber stamp and color of ink
  • Chose complimentary rubber stamp and color of ink
  • Roll tape and hold layers together
  • Have fun and randomly stamp images along with sentiment
  • Glue layers together and viola card is complete
  • Ribbons may be added – I added a charm from Miriam’s CraftingSupplies, bronze toned fall leaf tied with bakery twine but let your imagination be your guide!!!

Our first club sponsor comes from Scrapping for Less. Teresa is donating a $10 voucher from the store for this challenge. Thanks Teresa for your wonderful support and this phenomenal voucher!!!

Of course there are some rules for the challenges to make them fair. Be sure, to take a moment or two to view and . . . ..  SEW, come on over and link up your cards and meet the challenge!!!!  

Thanks for visiting me today . . . much love, hugs, and friendship. Don't forget to leave me some bloggie love as I love to read your comments - is your comment the next one I read????? 

Saturday, October 5, 2013

First Scrapbook Blessing Club Blog Hop and I'm Part of the Design Team!!!!!

Welcome to our first Scrapbook Blessings Blog Hop. Today, we are celebrating an exciting new journey at the Scrapbook Blessing Club! So let the party begin!!!

We are so super thrilled to introduce our new SBC Design Team. At SBC, "we are making crafts and saving memories one technique at a time." We have daily themed posts to bring you lots of fun and creative tips, techniques, and tutorials to use for all your paper crafting projects.

Also, we have a sponsored video tutorial challenge every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month, for us to learn fun ideas and for a chance to win great prizes. And we also have our own Facebook group, Scrapbook Blessing Club found HERE.  Our team  will be bringing you great tips, sites to look at and online deals each and every day.

So please take a few minutes and hop along with us, checking out all the talent these ladies are contributing to our Club. You should have hopped over from Theresa but if you are just joining us you can start at the beginning over at Scrapbook Blessings Club.

First off, I want to share the prize that I’m offering are Darice Paper Crafter 10 blank cards and envelopes for you to decorate in soft pastels measuring 4 x 6 inches

To be eligible to win this prize:
  • Follow Scrapbook Blessings Club
  • Follow my blog Her Craftiness
  • Leave a comment on this post

For my project, I just love to have cards that move and this card is no exception. I had made a card for my dear friend Rosie’s nephew’s 3rd birthday with whom else but Elmo who not only is Elmo a “wobble” but sew is the number 3!!! Now, how kewl is that for a 3 year old!!!

  • Card was cut 6 x 12 inches  using DCWV The Number Stack for my background which was folded in half with corners on the right side were rounded with a corner punch
  • Elmo was cut using Cricut Elmo's Birthday Cartridge
  • Number 3 was cut using Cricut Mickey Font Cartridge
  • Now onto the fun things – the wobble . . . .
  • You will need – 1 piece of wire 6-inches long curled around a pencil or as shown a Zig pen  

  • 2 – 2 inch circles which were cut using Make the Cut on white Recollction cardstock  

  • Hot glue gun but no fingers glued please
  • Glue wire to one circle which is then glued to Elmo’s back when cool and set, glue the other side of the wire to the other circle  which are then glued to the card . . . . check it out as Elmo wobbles and moves back ‘n forth  

  • Repeat for the number “3” ….

Viola, you have Elmo dancing on a 3-year old birthday card

Up next is Team Designer is the lovely and talented Carolyn.

**** Next SBC video tutorial challenge is tomorrow****

Blog List-

God Bless you and thank you ever sew much for stopping by today! I love reading comments and would love to read yours . . . .
Much love, hugs, and friendship


Thursday, October 3, 2013

Fall Purse Favors

My dear friend, Rosie, has a beautiful niece that is getting married with the shower this coming weekend . . . well, as the story goes there were invitations, thank you's and favors which of course yours truly offered to create. What I'm showing you today is similar to the favors as Julia's shower took a walk on the "wild side" using zebra print papers in aqua and black and white. The invitations we purchased zebra print cards with envelopes and added aqua umbrellas which were cut from New Arrival Cricut Cartridge. Thank-you's were done similar with the zebra print cards with envelopes with the word "Thanks" cut from the Cindy Loo Cricut Cartridge.  Favors were the adorable purses which were cut using Recollection Wild Side Card Stock with Forever Young Cricut Cartridge. WELLLLLLLL . . . . with yours' truly not feeling the best and now in a Nursing Facility, I need to apologize as not getting pictures taken prior to giving the 100 invites, thank-you's and favors to get a chance to show 'em off to you but instead have a favor cut using the Forever Young Cricut Cartridge using a K&Company Fall Embossed paper hoping you will forgive me at this time until I am able to get the other pictures . . . . BUT, on the other hand, have you heard of the Challenge going on at Miriam's Crafting Supplies this month?????? NO????? WELLLLLLLL, this month's challenge is fall and if you check out that cute adorable fall leaf charm on this purse, guess what you have????? You guessed it a fall challenge project!!!! AND, who doesn't need an adorable new purse for the fall or cute little favors OR, as I had made a green leopard one for Lily who absolutely loves her little purse and carried a package of fruit snacks in it around the house and the purse is still in tact!!!!

  • purse was cut 4-inches using Forever Young Cricut Cartridge, Purse Favor 2nd from the end with no cut-outs that I could decorate as I wanted using a K&Company Fall double-sided flocked paper
  • Darice gold organza ribbon tied in a bow with bronze tone fall leaf charm from Miriam's Crafting Supplies centered on the ribbon which also has a bow on the top of the card 

  • the cute fall leaf glitz was from a dear friend which finishes the little purse
  • NOW, this little purse may look little but it does hold 25 M&M's in a little tulle bag or as Lily likes, a package of fruit snacks!!!!

God Bless and Thanks for stopping by today. I appreciate and love reading your comments . . is your comment the next one I read???

Much love, hugs, and friendship

I have entered this card in the following challenges: 
Creative Moments Challenge #27 Anything Goes /Autumn

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Welcome Baby Adam

August 12, 2013, Jenny gave me a beautiful grandson, Adam Michael. At the time, I had been in and out of the hospital due to back issues and didn't get the quilt quite done in time for his arrival but with laying in bed and taking it easy, I was able to finish my gift of love . . . .

  • Adam's room is done in nautical and of course Grandma had to create a nautical quilt
  • as I've said time and time again - cutting with my Cricut is ever sew similar to quilting --- as my 2nd husband used to say, "cutting big pieces into little pieces and then sewing into big pieces again!!!"
  • pattern is an adaptation of a Debbie Mumm with paper-pieced lighthouse and ship with cookie cutter appliqued anchor and ship's wheel
  • then the creative juices started to flow and that is the only similarity - I had rope fabric which I used as part of my background and also cut out his name using the rope fabric
  • there is a whale mirror on his one wall which I incorporated in the quilt where "Adam's" name is spouting out
  • my friend Rosie then gave a marvelous idea where I used nautical flags spelling out his name along the top of the quilt - 
  • "A" - Alpha, I have a diver down, keep well clear at slow speed. 
  • "D" - Delta, I am maneuvering with difficulty, steer clear
  • "M" - Mike, my vessel is stopped, making no way; mark missing (sailing regatta) 
  • now, what makes the "M" even more interesting . . . . not only does it stand for Mike but Adam's middle name is Michael
  • quilt is machine-quilted with a variegated thread and tiny baby fishes on red background for the back of my quilt
  • and no quilt is complete without of course, a label - "Made with Love by Grandma"
  • and of course, the proud Grandma holding her new grandson . . .

Stay-tuned for more projects made for Adam and of course more pictures of the cutest grandchildren on earth!!!!

God Bless and Thanks for stopping by today. I appreciate and love reading your comments . . is your comment the next one I read???

Much love, hugs, and friendship

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Whoo, Whoo it's Owl-o-ween

Halloween has always been a favorite of mine - I love to decorate and dress up. When Jen was little, I would make costumes for her, her step-father and myself and we would have old-fashioned Halloween parties with bobbing for apples, tieing donuts on a string and just plain fun with her friends! Those are some wonderful memories I have stored in the back drops of my mind . . . do you have any such memories????

For my card today, I choice an oldie but goodie Create with TLC Owl Sat Watching Printable. I love the sentiment on this and just had to showcase it into a card to share with you today!!!!

  • card was cut 6 x 12 inches and then folded in half using DCWV Harvest Gathering
  • background was cut using DCWV Spooky Paper Stack which I just loved this piece with it being a plaid with an old-fashioned flair
  • sentiment, "An owl sat watching in a tree, Just as wise as he could be, Watching tricksters from door to door run, Trick or Treating and having fun. After watching the entire scene, He said, "Whoo, Woo it's Owl-o-ween" which I chalked around the edges
  • Darice 1/4-inch purple satin ribbon runs along the right side of the card with orange pearls from Miriam's Crafting Supplies centered on the ribbon which also has a bow on the top of the card
  • the cute little owl on the orange Recollection Cardstock was made and then fussy cut using one of my Cuttlebug embossing folders

God Bless and Thanks for stopping by today. I appreciate and love reading your comments . . is your comment the next one I read???

Much love, hugs, and friendship

I have entered this card in the following challenges: 
6th Lady Anne Challenge Must Have Wings
Created with Love Challenges CWLC 60 Halloween