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Card: Halloween 2018

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Halloween is nearly upon us and I sure do go through the purple, black, and orange cardstock this time of year! Here are a sampling of some of the Halloween cards I made for 2018...

"Fly My Pretties" Witchy Card... celebrating the "witch" in all of us with decorative paper, glitter paper, a variety of embellishment stickers and some gold Nuvo Glitter Drops.
Looking through my sticker stash I found a sticker of a lovely bride... but if you turn her just right the light turns her into a skeleton! Perfect for Halloween when fun frights are all around us. I also added some other stickers, decorative paper, and a border embossing to give this card lots of "fright".
Witchy Glam! This was a fun layered card to assemble. I ma…

Card: Stamping a Rainbow of Color

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It is that fun, albeit busy, time of year when I want to spend all my time creating paper crafts! I have been busiest working on our granddaughter's gift (which I will show you after I give it to her next month) and an assortment of Halloween cards.

I did take timeout from those projects, however, to try a stamping technique I saw on Bluprint. Click my Bluprint link and you can enjoy free classes during their FREE week from today through October 12... no credit card necessary. Of course I made the card a bit differently, adding my own touches, but it was fun to be inspired by what I watched on Bluprint.

I started with a piece of white cardstock cut to 5" x 3.75".


Next I carefully taped it to my work area using some wide Washi tape…