I was putting away the Monster Bash DSP and saw the gorgeous pattern and decided to make a fall card for a neighbor. I added a few fall leaves stamped from the Colorful Seasons #143726 stamp set and cut using the Seasonal Layers Dies #143751. I added the sentiment to a Stitched Shapes #152323 piece to complete an elegant Fall themed Thank you card.
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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.
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.
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.
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!
I had some left over skeletons from the September Bone Appetite My Paper Pumpkin kit so I decided to use them on today’s card post. I started out with a piece of the Monster Bash #150447 DSP from Stampin Up. I added the sentiment from the Spooktacular Bash #150544 and layered the frame on to other frames cut from the Ornate Frames #150664 Dies.
For today’s post I kept it clean and simple by stamping Dracula using the Spooktacular Bash #150544 and then cropped him using the coordinating Ornate Frames #150664 Dies from Stampin Up. He was placed on a real red Ornate Frame with a black bow. The sentiment is from the Spooktacular Bash stamp set and I added the epoxy shape from the Monster Bash Enamel shapes #150448.