For today's challege, I made a card and spooky candle! I used Paper Doll Dress Up for the ghosts, cut at 3 3/4 and 2 3/4 inches. Then I used Robyn's wonderful Spooky Puns stamps for the sayings. I didn't want a dark stamped image right on the ghosts on the candle. So I inked up the Boo and then stamped it on scrap paper, then on the ghost to make it a bit lighter. If you make a candle like this, you won't be able to burn it with the paper still on it, so be careful. You can visit my blog for all the details on how I created these projects. I hope you all join in the fun!!
Hi Crafters!! For this project I made a 'Fall' card using the Simply Charmed Cricut cartridge and My Pink Stamper Spooky Puns stamp set! I had so much fun making this card, I might even frame it! The paper is DCVW - Autumn Splendor, Ribbon is from Papertrey Ink - Summer Sunrise and the cute faces on the pumpkins are from Peachy Keen stamps - Everyday Character Face Parts and More. Hope you like it!! You can go to my blog to view a complete list of supplies!
Hi, everybody! I had lots of fun creating this haunted house using 12" x 24" black Provo Craft cardstock. I used Happy Hauntings and cut the house at 11". The final product is about 20" tall, which makes it a perfect decoration for my classroom. My 2nd and 3rd graders will love it! The windows were cut from Papertrey Ink vellum, and then I used various Papertrey Ink and Core'dinations papers for everything else. This project utilized Happy Hauntings, Paper Doll Dress Up, Create a Critter, Gyspy Wanderings, and Designer's Calendar. I just love the sentiments, stamped from My Pink Stamper's Spooky Puns! Stop by my blog for more specific details and some additional pictures.
Hi Everyone, I am so thrilled to be sharing this card I designed and created using my Gypsy. I welded the pumpkins from the Everyday Paper Dolls Cartridge, then welded the pumpkins to a rectangle from George and the Basic Shapes Cartridge to create the card base, this card will fit in a legal size envelope perfect. I cut the pumpkins from some adorable Stampin Up paper in different sizes multiple times to get the layered effect. I added buttons, some stitching with my white Sakura gel pen, attached the tag with hemp that was cut at 1.25" from Plantin Schoolbook Cartridge. And to put my finishing touch on I stamped the tag with an amazing My Pink Stamper stamp "Pick of the Patch" from the stamp set "Spooky Puns". This stamp set is so stinkin cute!!
I had soooo much fun fun playing with the new 'Spooky Puns' stamp set!!!
Here is the 'recipe' for these cards: Mini Monsters and Paper Doll Dressups cartridges, My Pink Stamper Stamps (Spooky Puns), My Gypsy (to hide contour and resize the tree) white gel pen, ribbon from my stash, Peachy Keen Monster Mash face stamp (I have a video on my blog showing how to use the hide contour on the Gypsy and how I did the faces on these cards!), decorative edged scissors, Glossy accents, chalk and chalk brush, ink, and cardstock.
One of my favorite things to do is to make Halloween "cute". I had a hard time deciding which My Pink Stamper Spooky Puns stamp to use, there were so many that worked with my witch princess! My runner up was "Too cute to spook" I love this set! More info on how I made this card is on my blog.
Happy Haunting, Mini Monster, and George Basic Shape
Hi Crafty Pals
This is a super fun "Yummy" treat package to give those little sweeties, made with a base card of 8 1/5 X 5 1/2, then scor at 31/2, 4, 6 1/2, and 7 inches fold and decorate with the finish touch of a goody inside and My Pink Stampers "Spooky Puns on the outside.