Friday, September 29, 2017

Halloween projects galore!

Its getting to be that spoooky time of year again! I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite Halloween projects from the past. Some fun inspiration for your card mailing! I will link to the original blog post. Simply click the name of the project. Once there, you will be able to find links to the products I used.

This first card is made with stamps and dies from MFT Stamps. I love the inked background and with the new Distress Oxide inks, the blending will be even smoother!

One of my favorite Halloween projects, ever. I have kept these and put them out every year! While the dies are no longer available from MFT Stamps, these luminaries can easily be created with any Halloween images from dies or even from a Silhouette. The original post includes a video tutorial.

Nothing is cuter than the images from Reverse Confetti! This card still makes me smile. Simple and perfectly seasonal. The stamp set Spooky Sentiments is still available!

You knew I would sneak a layout in of my little man. Who is not so little anymore! The adorable images from Reverse Confetti made one cute layout! 

File this one under the easiest treat bags you will ever make! Simply put small treat bags in an embossing folder and run them through your manual die cutting machine! Add a tag or stickers! Done!

Yes, this card glows in the dark! Its true! Check out the original post, with a full video tutorial. And stay tuned, I have a few more glow-in-the-dark projects to share!

Sincerely Yours,


Aunt Denise said...

Amazing! How did they know Hugh Hefner was going to die??? I love the Halloween cards & projects. They're so innovative & clever!

lritchie said...

Great projects, all of them, I love the luminaries!

Sharron Gunter said...

These are amazing different techniques of card making!The embedding on the bag ,using notebook paper..I love them all an your creativity!Thank You for sharing

Celeste Goff said...

What fabulous Halloween projects!!!

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