Every year when I make Halloween cards I have to include a design that is not too scary for my friends that are afraid of ghosts and such. Today’s card is one of my not so spooky cards. I used the all new and fabulous Cable Knit #143537 Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder from Stampin Up. The Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folders take embossing to the next level, with deeper, more detailed impressions than standard embossing folders—great for card fronts and accents. You must try it for yourself.
For the main panel I stamped the pumpkins from Jar of Haunts #142247 stamp set from the Stampin Up holiday catalog. I hand cut each pumpkin and then placed it on the card panel. I used a mask to sponge around the edges. The sentiment is also from the Jar of Haunts. I matted the panel on a piece of DSP from the Halloween Night DSP #142022.
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Today’s post are 3 cards done using the same layout, background DSP and the Jar of Haunts #142247 and the coordinating Everyday Jars Framelits #141490. The Stampin Up Jar of Haunts photopolymer stamp set is a jarring set of Halloween images that will fill you with just enough spookiness of the season. I paired a different jar with a piece of the Stampin Up Halloween Nights DSP #142022. The sentiment is from the Mr. Funny Bones #142245.
This is a super easy and fun Halloween card that Cammie made by combining 2 Stampin Up stampsets: Mr Funny Bones #142245 and the sentiment is from the No Bones About it #138756. Cammie randomly stamped images from the Mr.Funny Bones stampset for the background piece. Although this card is intended for Halloween I think it could be used for a birthday card or a masuline occasion like Fathers Day.
Let’s face it, I love DSP and I love halloween so I went with my go to layout to showcase all the wonderful pieces of DSP are in this years Halloween Night #142022 DSP collection from Stampin Up. I stamped the eyes from the Jar of Haunts #142247 directly on the DSP and then made a jar of candy corn using the Jar of Haunts and the coordinating Everyday Jar Framelits #141490. This jarring set of Halloween images will fill you with all the spookiness of the season. To complete the paneled card, I added the sentiment is from the now retired Spooky Bingo Bits.
Today’s post is an example of using a product not as intended. The adorable monster is from the now retired Beautiful Branches framelits from Stampin Up. The spooky sentiment is cut from the now retired Seasonal Frame Thinlits Dies from Stampin Up. Once the monster was assembled he was placed on a piece of the striped paper in the Pop of Pink Specialty paper collection #141648.
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My friend Mindi has taken cardmaking by storm and sent me this thank you card featuring the Watercolor Wishes card Kit #140406 from Stampin Up. The watercolor kit and all card kits are perfect because you get almost everything to complete the cards. Each kit comes with color instructions so you can make them as is or stray away like Mindi did.
The giftable Watercolor Wishes Card Kit includes preprinted cards for the perfect artistic look without the mess. Includes supplies for 20 unique cards in 3 sizes and an exclusive stamp set. Make one when you need it, or make them all and use them later. Makes 20 unique cards.
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These treats were made using the September 2016 My Paper Pumpkin kit from Stampin Up. Everything came to put these together except for the treats. I also created the card below using the Something Good to Eat Stamp set that cam with the September kit