Today's card is a Halloween card I created using Stampin' Up!'s Woodland Textured Impressions Embossing Folder for the background.
Among the Branches
Stamps: Among the Branches (Holiday Catalog page 39)
Cardstock: Smokey Slate, Whisper White
Ink: Smoky Slate, Basic Black Archival, Tangelo Twist
Accessories: Big Shot, Woodlands Textured Embossing Folder (Holiday Catalog page 39), Into the Woos 3/8" Cotton Ribbon (Holiday Catalog page 43), Spider Web Doilies ( Holiday Catalog page 47), Stampin' Dimensionals
Hope you are enjoying Stampin' Up!'s Holiday Catalog.
Just a quick post to wish you a Happy Halloween. How many of you recognize this item? My friend and fellow demo, Debbie Henderson, posted an item she made into a business card holder. I remembered where I had seen one and low and behold it was this Halloween tape.
Now here is a picture of the back and look at the songs. Do you remember any of these? If you do I would love you to post a comment about which songs you remember.
A couple of more Halloween related pictures.First is a couple of mini coffee cups made into treat holders. On the left was one made by my customer JoAnn and the one on the right was created by me.
Last is a swap I received at convention this year and it was made by Fonda Ross.
Hope you enjoyed today's post and have a happy and safe Halloween.
Quick and easy Halloween card using the Halloween Street stamp.
This is a fun card for the little ones.
Fall Bags, Tags, & Boxes Stampin Up! Style
I am sure many of you will guess how I made this cute Halloween pouch.
If you haven't guessed it is a TP roll! To my horror I recently read that companies are thinking of eliminating the cardboard center to their rolls? How is is that going to work? Any way, I love all the uses everyone has found for them. Using it to make a pouch is one of my favorites.
1. Staple the bottom of the cardboard tube.
2. Crumple a 6" x 6" piece of Designer Series Paper then flatten it out.
3. Use Anywhere glue stick to glue the DSP to the tube starting at the stapled end. Tuck extra DSP to the inside of the tube.
4. Use a 1/4" hole punch to punch a hole on each side and insert ribbon or cord and knot.
Next, is a bag made made with Stampin' Up!'s Color Me Autumn Designer Series Paper, which I love! Again this uses a 6" x 6" piece of DSP the Simply Scored Board. I found the directions for the bag on Sam Donald's blog. I used the Autumn Accents Bigz die for the leaves and used Linen Thread to "tie" the Autumn Wooden Elements to the leaves which I attached with a Mini Glue Dot.I used a clothespin from the 2014-2016 In Color Clothespins to close the bag.
Last is the versitile fry box. I used these for goodie bags at my last fundraiser.
Here are the Directions:
Stamp: Merry Everything Bundle Wood #137635, Clear #137636, includes stamp set and punch
Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler, Hello Honey, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive
Ink: Cherry Cobbler
Accessories: Big Shot, Bigz Autumn Accents die #127812; Bigz L Fry Box die #132966; Woodgrain Folder #129821; 1 ¼” Burlap ribbon #132140; Adhesive
Directions: Die cut Fry Box, fold on score lines and adhere sides together.
To make embellishment:
Die cut leaves in various colors and emboss with Woodgrain folder.
Adhere 2-3 leaves together.
Add burlap fibers to leaves by cutting off a 4 ½” strip of ribbon and then cut off stitching down one long side and pull fibers apart. Add to leaves with snail.
Stamp saying on Whisper White card stock with Cherry Cobbler ink and punch with Note Tag punch.
Adhere to leaves with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Adhere leaves to fry box with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Jeannine Tarrio, Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
That's all for today. If you like it pin it!
All Hallows Even or Halloween as we know it, is just around the corner. I remember as a kid growing up, looking forward to Halloween. It was a fun time of year and everyone could participate. No one knew who you were (supposedly) and it was one of the few times of the year we got to eat candy! I remember using a pillowcase for a trick or treat bag and coming back home with it almost filled. It was heavy – filled with all kinds of loose candy in little bags about the size of Stampin' Up! Polka Dot gift bags (well maybe a little smaller), or if you were lucky those hugh candy bars!! You know what I mean, Hersey bars, Milky Way, big Tootsie Rolls, Sky Bars, etc. You could knock on doors of neighbors, most of whom were stangers and get a treat, always with a smile. How times have changed! Now days children only go to homes of people they know and treats are smaller. I do understand that candy is no longer the treat it was, given only on special occasions. Now you can even buy it in schools everyday. But I digress.
Today's post is a fun Halloween card using the Holiday Home stamp set. This card is part of my Fall Card Buffet this week. Hope you like it.
Holiday Home Halloween Card —
1. Sponge Watercolor Paper with Mossy Meadow, Tangelo Twist, and Night of Navy. Spray with alcohol lightly to blend colors.
2. Stamp house, trees, bats on background with Memento Black ink.
3. Stamp stars in Silver Encore ink and layer piece to Night of Navy square.
4. Stamp Happy Halloween and ghosts on Tangelo Twist card with Memento Black ink.
5. Glue Night of Navy focal piece to card.
I only had three banners(the other banners will be later this week) left from my kit so I decided to make a Boo Banner for Halloween with some chipboard from a local craft store.
Tomorrow my banner using Stampin' Up!'s Christmas Simply Created Banner accessory Kit!