Happy Halloween! Today’s card is the final design I made using the Stampin Up Monster Bash DSP #150447. I added a piece of Sahara Sand Woven Threads Trim to separate the seam from the 2 patterned papers. I cut the cute label from another piece of the Monster Bash DSP and added the sentiment cut from the Word Wishes Dies #149629.
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Of all the Halloween cards I made using the Stampin Up Monster Bash Suite of products this was my favorite. I combined 3 different patterned papers from the Monster Bash DSP #150447. To make the sentiment I cut the Wicked several times from the Wicked #150725 dies layering them together to make a thicker sentiment. I then cut apart the sentiment from the Spooktacular Bash #150544 stamp set to complete the Halloween greeting. I cut the spider from the Wicked dies and added him to a piece of twine.
Today’s card is just too cute to really be wicked! I used a piece of the Monster Bash #150453 DSP and added the cute monster from the Boo to You #150550 stamp set colored with my Copic markers and cut out. I added the sentiment from the Spooktacular Bash #150544 with the Wicked Die #150725 to complete this simple and cute card.
I really love the Monster Bash #150447 DSP from Stampin Up. The DSP is fun and quirky and just a wee bit creepy and I used it for most of my Halloween projects this year. I cropped the images from the DSP using the coordinating Ornate Frames Dies #150664 to create the fun fold card. The greeting is from the Spooktacular Bash #150544.
I always create a non spooky card for a few of my friends that don’t like scary Halloween. I used the Monster Bash #150447 DSP and added a a few pumpkins from the now retired Jar of Haunts stamp set. The sentiment is from the Spooktacular Bash #150544 stamp set and was stamped onto a piece cut from the Ornate Frames #150664 Dies.
I am a Halloween lover but only enjoy haunted houses from a far! Today’s post features a framed haunted house cut out from the Stampin Up Monster Bash DSP #150447 using the Stitched Rectangle #148551 Dies. I added the Ornate Frame #150664 between the rectangular frame. All the DSP is from the Monster Bash DSP. The sentiment is stamped on an Ornate Framed piece using the Spooktacular Bash stamp set.
I had a few little grapevine wreaths in my stash so I decided to spook them up using the Monster Bash DSP #150447 and the coordinating Spooktacular Bash # 150544 and the Ornate Frames Dies #150664. The cob web was left over from the Bone Appetite My Paper Pumpkin kit.
Cammie used her brayering skills to create this background that features the arched back cat from the retired Stampin Up Bite Me stamp set. She added the punched bats for an extra eerie look. The black background layer was textured using the Stylish Scrolls #150665 Embossing Folder.
The Monster Bash DSP #150447 from Stampin Up has been key for me this year to complete my Halloween cards. It could not get any simpler than this I just added the Spooktacular Bash #150544 sentiment on a layered Ornate Frame #150664 die cut pieces. I added some ribbon to give it a little extra texture!
Today’s post is the first card in Cammie’s Halloween collection. She used the Brick and Mortar 3D embossing folder to create the background. For her main focal piece she created the scene using the Colorful Seasons #143726 and the retired Dark and Dreary Stampin Up stamp sets.