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Monday, October 1, 2018

31 days of Halloween Day 1

Welcome to the 31 days of Halloween organized by LeighSBDesigns 31 Days of Halloween Blog Hop  Check for all ingo there.


The coming 31 days I am a Wicked Blogger and will have a video to share to you showing how I made my daily project.


Because I do not know how much time I have to create things (and did not work ahead, much more exciting to work that way lol) I decided to make a Rolodex card each day with how to video, but on some days I will have an extra bigger project to show.


The Rolodex I am using is a vintage one from my workspace and at least 30 years old (it came pre- aged by real coffe stains), I did buy a die so I could make Rolodex card from paper I'd like to use and die cutted 31 cards. Each day you can see me ad a new card to the H section (Halloween DUH!) in the Rolodex, so without furter ado, here day 1

Background is Distress ink and the stamp set used is Halloween on a Shelf,  see the how to video here


Hpe to see you again tomorrow,  Thanks for leaving a comment and have fun hopping




I will enter this in the following challenges:
https://dreamindarkness.blogspot.com/2018/10/1-octoberbetter-known-as-best-month-of.html

https://lostcoastportaltocreativity.blogspot.com/2018/10/31-days-of-halloween-day-1.html

https://stampendousblog.wordpress.com/2018/10/02/31-days-of-halloween-oct-2/

23 comments:

  1. Love the colours of your first Rolodex card Monique - and great to have the video 'how to'.

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  2. Fab distressed background and stamps!

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  3. Great to use something vintage (good to
    remember the old coffee that was
    spilled at one time). thanks
    for sharing. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  4. I just love the idea of a Rolodex like this! It's going to
    be a spook-tacular masterpiece!! Nice start!! I'm going to
    start looking for a rolodex in the thrift stores as I just
    love this idea.

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  5. This is one rolodex I know I would love to have.... AWESOME start, great colors!

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  6. Happy Countdown! Looking forward to the rest of your groovy Rolodex work! 😃

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  7. The rolodex card is great, looking forward to seeing the rest!

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  8. So cool. Love how it looks with the stamps you used!

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  9. Great idea, Mo! Fab combo of stamps. Love! xxD

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  10. What a great idea! Love the stamps you used :)

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  11. Happy 1st day of Halloween, I’m delighted to have you joining in on LeighSBDesigns spooktivities this month!
    I see my comment from Oct 1 hasn't shown up so trying again....wicked cool start to Halloween, I look forward to seeing your fab rolodex additions each day!

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  12. Gorgeous piece. :-) I didn't know you could buy a Roladex die. Fabulous to see you in all this spookiness Monique. I hope you are well.
    Hugz
    IKE x

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  13. Love how you kept this monotone. Cool bat. Thanks for joining the fun at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity. Hugz

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  14. Thanks again for joining the Lost Coast challenge. I like the scene you made.

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  15. another great rolodex card design. love the stamps you used here and your background is great. thanks for joining the lost coast design challenge - again!!

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  16. A great spooky rolodex card! Thank you for joining in on our 31 Days of Halloween Challenge over on the Lost Coast Designs Portal to Creativity blog!

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  17. I love the design you chose! What are you going to do with the Rolodex cards once you've completed your 'H' section?

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  18. Interesting rolodex card design.

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  19. Love the gravestone, that's a fabulous image

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  20. Great card, I've been enjoying your projects in FB also. It's been awesome to see. Thank you so much for joining Dream in Darkness, I hope to see you again in November.

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  21. I love seeing each of these treasures, thank you so much Monique for playing and sharing.
    Kim

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