Today’s card is an excellent use of showing how Stampin Up products work great together. Cammie simply paired a couple of patterns from the Spooky Night DSP #144610 with the Spooky Cat stamp set #144749 to create a great Halloween card.
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Cammie started off using the Spooky Night DSP #144610 from the Stampin Up Holiday catalog for the background and the cat. Her artistic skills, brayering and glitter glue created quite an interesting night sky. The sentiment is from a retired Framelits set.
Today’s card is all about the Fabulous Spooky Night DSP #144610 from Stampin Up’s Holiday catalog. The paper is classic Halloween themed complete with potions, pumpkins, witches’ hats, cats, and eerie trees! I used the witches hat paper and added a cob web and a fussy cut hat to complete this card for one of my Halloween swaps. The sentiment works well but is no longer available.
For today’s card, I was drawn to the card in the Stampin Up annual catalog on page 146 featuring the Color Theory DSP #144210 and the Seasonal Layers Thinlits #143751. Love this product suite and the DSP.
So I had these stamp sets from last year and never got around to using them so I decided to use them for Halloween cards this year and added a hat cut from the current Spooky Night #144610 DSP from the Stampin Up Holiday catalog. I stamped the background using the Ghoulish Grunge retired stamp set and added the mummy, pumpkin and sentiment from the now retired Jar of Haunts stamp set.
What’s nicer than having a hot drink on a chilly day in fall? I can’t get enough of the Merry Cafe #144965 stamp set and the gorgeous Painted Autumn DSP from Stampin Up. The layout is simple just a piece of Painted Autumn DSP#144613 and a cup cut using the Coffee Cups Framelits #144613 and then embellished the cup with stamps from the Merry Cafe set and another piece of DSP.
The stage is set with today’s post featuring the fabulous chandelier stamped using the Season to Sparkle #144943 stamp set. That’s it just a simple card that lets the stamp speak for itself!