Simply Halloween

Hello Stampin’ Friends,

Today I have a cute, super simple Halloween card for you…


I used the “Freaky Friends” stamp set – I just had to have that little skeleton! Look at him just standing there … isn’t he just the cutest!

The “Happy Halloween” comes from that tried and true greetings set … Tiny Tiny Wishes. One of my go-to stamp sets.

I simply stamped my skeleton and greeting with Whisper White “CRAFT” ink and embossed it with white embossing powder. Most people use the VersaMark for embossing, but I love the way the “white on white” works.

The majority of my stampers who have done this technique, have purchased a White Craft pad.  You can find it on the bottom of page 210 in the Stampin’ Up! catalog or just click on the link in my Stampin’ Supply List at the bottom of this post.

I layered it on Elegant Eggplant and mounted it onto the Pumpkin Pie cardstock.


I used a bit of bling from the September Paper Pumpkin kit to finish off my card … SIMPLE.

Thank you for dropping by today! Stop back tomorrow for my last post of my Halloween Series. I will be highlighting the Freaky Friends and Motley Monsters Designer paper.

Have a wonderful day ~




A Halloween Walk in the Woods

Hello Stampin’ Friends,

Today’s card share is a bit spooky … follow me through a walk in the woods on a dark, dark night. BOO!

I love Halloween and it’s just around the corner, but there is still time to create some awesome cards and projects.

Today’s “BOO” card begins with the “Motley Monsters” Designer Series Paper using the wooded background with scary little eye’s staring back at you! These designer papers are so much fun and easy to create with!


This card only called for a greeting which I borrowed from the September Paper Pumpkin Kit. If your not signed up … you have till the 10th of this month, Friday, to begin this months kit!  Check it our HERE.

I embossed my greeting and added some little friends (spooky eyes) and then colored them with the Daffodil Delight Blendabilities.

As always, I let the designer paper guide me to my color pallet … Basic Black and Hello Honey! And … don’t forget to add some spooky eyes to the inside of your card & envelopes!


Oh yes, those little eyes come from the “Freaky Friends” stamp set which I will be sharing more of.

Have a wonderful day … and stay out of the woods at night! LOL