Who Can Resist A Spooky Friday The 13th

Welcome to Paper Adventures Blog Hop,

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Tonight the theme we are working with is ‘Black’ to celebrate the very spooky Friday the 13th.

After a busy weekend celebrating Onstage and having the week to try and recouperate (which I must make it known wasn’t very successfull with a teething 9 month old) I decided to throw myself into the thick of it and join some of my team in this hop.

As my creativity and inspiration was running a little thin I decided to go to my fall back plan of using Pinterest (what can go wrong when using that awesome program.) Thanks to Andreja I created these little bat corner bookmarks. For instructions and more crafty kids ideas just click the link below.

https://www.easypeasyandfun.com/diy-bat-corner-bookmarks/

To create the book marks I have used the following materials and products- *Black cardstock *whisper white cardstock *black pen *double sided tape *bone folder *trimmer board *scissors *

Thank you for stopping by Tall Journeys and if you continue on you will see what the very creative and inspiring Kelly Kent from mypapercraftjourney has created for this spooky evening also what our other fantastic Paper Adventures Team have crafted.  Just click the NEXT button below and enjoy.

Until next time keep crafting,

http://mypapercraftjourney.com/2018/04/13/paper-adventures-team-blog-hop-black/

 

 

 

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Pre Onstage Preparations

Welcome to another Tall Journeys blog.

After quite a bit of time away from blogging due to having a busy nearly 9 month old  I have started getting back into the swing of things. What better reason to return to crafting than an Onstage Local event which was held in Perth on the 7th of April (another event was held in Sydney).

After crafting into the night I managed to create 11 small boxes for my team attending Onstage which I loved, until I decided to change my mind and create something else. The little boxes worked out well as I then in turn had swaps to change with other demonstrators.

Attending Onstage with my Paper Adventures Team (12 of us have in total) we nearly all had t shirts made with our team logo so I thought what better way to celebrate then to have colour co ordinated team swaps.

After deciding I had completed them I decided to keep making small changes to the inside of the boxes until I decided I had done enough. All I had to do was fill it up with lots of survival sweets and goodies.

This was the end product for my fabulous team.

Swapping with my team is always wonderful as I get to see all of their creativity and beautiful work. Being at Onstage gives me more of a chance to see what other deomonstrators have to offer and show their endless arrays of talent. Thank you to other fellow demonstrators I was lucky enough to swap with.

Thank you for stopping by my blog,

Tall Journeys