Do me a favor and click like crazy over the next week to the new Silhouette blog. Just a single second out of your day can pay off in just a few weeks with daily projects and inspirations from some fabulous scrappers and paper artists...and maybe little old me. And let me tell you right now, I will BRING IT. Consider yourself warned. If this happens, you will be in serious danger of a slow seduction and will fall under the Silhouette's spell. I told you Kerri Bradford was a Silhouette temptress, didn't I? Pure evil in the best possible way. She's recruited me as a handmaiden and I will woo whomever crosses my path. So click on over only if you think you'll be strong enough to resist temptation. Or maybe only click if you secretly desire a little papercrafting seduction. Come on...admit it...who doesn't want a little bit of that in their life? Trust me, once I get going, you will not be able to say no. Forgone conclusion my friends. Resistance is futile. Love that little machine. :)
And just to put a little walk in my talk, how about a Silhouette project? Happy Halloween! My mom will be getting this in the mail tomorrow with a few photos of my favorite little spook hidden inside. I created a rectangle in the Silhouette software, overlaid the pumpkin carved face, and cut. I then stole the stem off another pumpkin (without having to cut out anything else) and completed my card. All rounded out with a white embossed sentiment from Hero Arts, which I stamped on a curve. Super simple and super cute.