EEK … an awesome stampin’ technique!

Hello Stampin’ Friends,

Yesterday I kicked off a week-long Halloween project share.  Each day I will share with you some fun, frightening and creative projects.  I also have some new stampin’ techniques and tips for you.  My reason for sharing early … is it will give you time to order any supplies you need to create your own Halloween projects.

Today’s card is a bit more frightening, but not difficult to create at all.


All you will need is our “Witches Brew” (132185) Designer Series paper, the Black & Orange Stampin’ Glitter (132206), and the “Typeset Alphabet” (127533) Bigz Dies… Oh, and don’t forget your favorite adhesive!

  134925LI prefer the “SNAIL” (104332) Adhesive, however, some of you like to use the Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755) because it holds so well, and it will work great for this project too.  You will also want the “Silicone Craft Sheet” (127853) I think it’s a must have item for all your stampin’ projects.

You see …

The silicone sheet resists any of our adhesives and makes doing this project super simple!  I just run my Snail Adhesive over the cut out alphabet, then cover it with glitter.  Viola … that easy!  This will work great for you glue lovers too.

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Here’s a great stampin’ tip and cost saver, for those of you who make multiple cards… To create the “glitter paper” look underneath the Designer Series paper skull, I just ran my Snail adhesive around the edges, then covered it with our glitter.  No need to paint or die your Silver Glitter paper … just “snail” and stick your glitter!    Glitter lovers rejoice!

Now, for a peek inside …


I used the “Halloween Hello” stamp set to wish my recipient a Halloween greeting  but it seems my little friend is a bit shy and isn’t going to show you at this time.  Just click on any of the “highlighted” stamp sets or accessories to view them.

Hope you enjoyed the card and stampin’ tips I’ve shared today.  Let me know what you think about them … I’d love to hear from you.  Sharing on a blog is much quieter than my classes … I miss the oooohs and aaaahs!  lol

Have a wonderful day,

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