How to Be a Serial

How to Be a Serial Killer

Download link: MediaFire?8t603936gf1xz30 To apply, copy zip file to sd card and flash it. Dont forget to nand backup your phone first! After flashing, first boot may take longer time 3 10 mins AndroidParticles1 Blue?p10441134 postcount1boot animation. Credits to Dysgenic. Themed Market v. 2?t957 Credits to vBulletin v 6, Copyright 2000-2011, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Don t you love card kits? They take the pain out of choosing paper and matching embellishments. I just love June s card kit. the bright colors really add some spice to my cards. Here s my sample for this week: I used an Abigail C stamp called Spring Swing. She s so cute! I colored her up with my copics and added some liquid pearls to her earrings. I used some sparkly stickles to the scalloped nestabilitie border for bling. The button and brads in the corners are also from the kit. I m having tons of fun with this card kit. Are you? I d love to see what you are making with this kit. If you ve added a card to your blog using this kit, why not leave a comment so I can pop over and have a look? I d love to see your work. Enjoy your I hope it s a beautiful sunny one where ever you are. Happy Father s Day! I switched up my Anything But A Card creation in order to use it as a Father s Day present, multitasking at it s best. I found How to Be a Serial Killer image for a Chocolate bar gift holder and just had to try it on for size! No measurements were provided so I took out my scrap paper and started cutting, folding and scoring. It took me 2 tries, but I finally got it right. I used the fabulous Peppy Tinheart as my image, and Cassie Tinheart s Sentiment stamp for the banner. This Tinheart Family Collection is just one spiffy stamp set. It can be used for any celebration, boy or girl. I added some dimension to the tag by popping up Peppy s head, and I chose chocolate brown as my main color due to the gift itself, and coordinated the flower and heart with the design paper in the background. You will see some subtle cog punches behind Peppy, but I wanted my main focus to be on the robots themselves. They represent my two daughters, and Daddy is definetly the bolt that holds us together. See you all next week, and I do hope I have inspired some of you to try out this fun project. it s been hot here and I ve been spending lots of time with my boys in my neighbours pool. So, for todays ABAC posting I decided to go with a Pool Party theme and make some really fun, quick and easy projects. I pulled out this fabulous fishy paper by Cosmo Cricket Snorkel Collection appropriately named School s Out !!! I made the favour box first following a tutorial I found here on SCS. I filled it with chocolate covered acai blueberries yumm! Next came the drinks umbrella which is a 4 circle of patterned paper decorated up with whatever embellishments you want. I used some pom-pom ribbon and a button, as well as a skewer stick. The chip boat was super easy and I used matching paper for the sail masts and skewer sticks. I hope you enjoyed my fun project today and it helps make the sun shine wherever you are! The fun papers and embellishments can be found in the PWCO store so hop on over and get choosing your pool party theme and start creating! And if you don t have a pool? Make up some of this party decor, show it off and you ll have a pool invite in no time at all!!! LOL Enjoy your Sunday folks! Other skewer sticks, button, pom-pom ribbon, kraft paper, hot glue gun, score-it board Are you ready to get back to PWCO s Recipe Challenge?! It s actually a 2-fer today, because we couldn t just start you off easy, now could we? Part 1 P hoto Inspiration! Use the above photo to inspire your card/project! Part 2 W ater theme using an all white card you can colour theimage, though! Here are Corinne Kerri s takes on the challenge Please stop by their personal blogs for all the details! Paper Bazzill Cardstock, Swirl, Flower embossed papers. Recollections papers strips. Ribbon Crate Paper Trims, Neighborhood Collection. Flowers, mini pearls, borders stickers, Pom-poms, punch Martha Stewart. Accessories: PTI Impression Plate, Cloud Die, Rectangle Nestabilities, Ribbon, Lace, Martha Stewart Daisy Border Punch, Sewing Machine, CB Dvine Swirls Embossing Folder, Dimensionals, Paper Doily Now it s YOUR TURN! Create a project using the recipe link it up below! You ve got until 11:59 June 30th to play along and remember, if you play along with at least 2 challenges this How to Be a Serial Killer without combining our sketches recipes, you ll be entered to win either your choice of 2 Stamps OR this month s PaperCard Kit! Have Fun Good Luck! we re back to our regularly programmed schedule! Sort of. Remember how I told you that our Sunday Sketches are moving?! Well, today s the day! Check it out: So before we get to the inspiration, here s the deal: You play along with minimum 2 sketches this month, and we ll throw your name in a draw to win EITHER your choice of 2 PWCO stamps OR this month s PaperCard Kit! How s that for awesome?! Oh yeah and when you link it up, don t forget to use the keyword shown on the sketch we DIDN T change that on you! Now it s your turn! You ve got until midnight on June 30 to link up your creations have fun!! Please make sure your link takes us directly to your card!! Thanks! Welcome to the first day of MKM Magnificent Kit Monday. I know i should wow you all with a FAB card as this is the debut of kit monday. BUT there are days that nothing works for me. and unfortunately, today is one of them.

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