Spooky Nights Halloween Pages

I’ve said it before, I LOVE the colors of Halloween.  This year Stampin’ Up! did a fabulous job with Halloween products — fun stamp sets, amazing framelits & thinlits, a punch, great designer paper — everything we need for some great card and treat crafting.  I used some of these amazing products for this month’s scrapbook pages, just in time for fall and Halloween pictures.

 

Spooky Cat stamp set, Pick a Pumpkin Stamp Set, Festive Phrases Stamp Set, Spooky Nights designer paper, Cat Punch, Large Letters Framelits, Patterned Pumpkins Framelits
The page on the left was cased with a few slight adjustments from Jennifer M (saw this on Pinterest).  The love all the details.  I added page 2 using the Eclipse technique — everyone talked about this last month so I promised we would do it.  If you haven’t tried this yet — you HAVE to — it is a blast.

Spooky Cat Stamp Set, Patterned Pumpkin Framelits, Cat Punch, Spooky Night Designer Paper, Halloween, Scrapbook Page

The pumpkins on page one come from a sheet of the Spooky Nights designer paper and are cut out using the Patterned Pumpkin Framelit — that makes things so much quicker.  The cat is also from the designer paper and punched out using the Cat Punch.  My favorite element is the Copper Foil Pumpkin in the center which is also from the Patterned Pumpkins Framelits.

Spooky Cat Stamp Set, Patterned Pumpkin Framelits, Cat Punch, Spooky Night Designer Paper, Halloween, Scrapbook Page
The Boo panel is the Eclipse technique.  We stamped the pumpkins and spider webs first, then cut out B O O with the Large Letter Framelits — keep inside pieces of the letters.  I stamped a few spider webs on the letters after they were cut out.  Next attach the Very Vanilla piece to the Black layer — use plenty of adhesive making sure to fill in spaces between letters so it sticks down completely.  Apply Foam Adhesive Strips to back of each letter, fit letters into opening.  Attach centers of each letter with snail or glue dots and tuck back inside the letters to fill the opening.

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Merry Patterns – ‘Tis the Season

I shared the Merry Patterns stamp set with you a couple weeks ago.
You can’t purchase this stamp set but you can earn it FREE with a qualifying order/party.

Merry Patterns stamp set, Christmas, FREE
I am having a blast with this stamp set.  The candle images are gorgeous and I love the two step stamping with them — well actually the candles are three steps but so much fun.  Here’s a card we did at my Scrap & Go Club this month.

Merry Patterns stamp set, Be Merry designer paper, Tis the Season, Christmas
This card also uses the Be Merry designer paper (which is part of the Buy 3 Get 1 FREE sale through Oct. 31st).  I stamped ’tis the season and the candle outline with Memento ink, then stamped the inside of season with Real Red ink.  The candles are Real Red and Garden Green (two separate stamps for the inside).  I added some pine boughs with Garden Green and a little bow from the Gold 1/8″ Ribbon.

I LOVE this stamp set — it could be yours FREE — just gather together orders from family and friends totaling $300 and you can be having fun with it like I am.

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Thank Goodness For You

Thank Goodness For You — what a wonderful greeting.  I want to say Thank Goodness For ALL of You.  Our temperatures here don’t show it but fall is here.  The colors are changing as we move from one season to the next — time goes by so fast.  We all need to stop and be thankful for everything and everyone that we have in our lives.

This wonderful greeting in the Gourd Goodness stamp set — such a beautiful fall stamp set.  It made me feel like an artist — very simple but the shading and highlights are done automatically when you stamp.  The Painted Autumn designer paper pulls in more fall colors.  I added a bow made from the 5/8″ Burlap Ribbon (I cut the ribbon in half to make it thinner.  The Lots of Labels Framelits give the banners fun ends.

Gourd Goodness, Painted Autumn Designer Paper, Lots of Labels Framelits, Fall, Pumpkins
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