Wednesday, April 22, 2015

CT Nan with a Fat Page

Mums the word on this one!  It is a fat page that I made for a swap this month but couldn't resist giving a peek of Rick St. Dennis's image "Kiss me under the Mistletoe, Creepmas".

I just used the lovely creepy guy who has a hankering to entertain his fellow minions where ever he now resides.  He is colored with Prismacolor colored pencils and the background is Tim Holtz's distress ink pads.  A few embellishments from a package in my stash and he is on stage!

Link below to Rick's stores!  Now it is getting very close to show time!!  Are you ready?  He wants a full house for the debut of the Dream in Darkness Challenge!  I wouldn't want to disappoint him, would you.......Bawahahahahahaha!! 

Tickets on sale now for the show.  First come, first serve and they are FREE!  And to see if you are watching....there will be a small freebie for everyone who visits us here from May 1 - 31st.  

Rick's Shop


  1. Wow it's terrific love it. What is a fat page Nan?
    Rose xx

  2. Sorry it took so long to answer, Rose! I missed this one! A fat page is 6 inches by 6 inches and you heavily decorate the front and either not decorate the back or usually not as much on the back. You have to make it with a piece of cardboard (like a cereal box) or by it premade so that it is sturdy enough. And if you are swapping with someone, you leave 1 and 1/2 inches on the left side of the front page plain so that they can punch their own holes or bind the book how ever they want. Long explanation! My first one drove me crazy because their were no "fat pages" on YouTube to show me what they were! A group called Smeared and Smudged has monthly swaps and you can choose dark or the other one I can't mention! They also have ATC swaps and it is so fun to get stuff from all over the world for me! I will pm you their link, ok? Thanks for being such a wonderful cheerleader these past couple of weeks! We appreciate it sooooo much! :)


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