Today’s card is brought to you by the Timeless Texture and Best Birds stamp set.
Using a background stamp is a great way to get a unique look for your handmade cards. Here I used Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie ink pads to get this background for today’s card.
I then added some pumpkins from the Spooky Nights Designer Series Paper (DSP) and layered them on a Very Vanilla circle and a scalloped Pumpkin Pie circle with a few strips from the DSP . To finish it off I added the Happy Halloween sentiment from the Spooky Cat stamp set.
If you would like to create a similar card I have listed the links to all the supplies I used to make this card below. Just click on the image and it will take you to my store.
I know fall doesn’t officially start until Sept 21 but here in Texas it sure feels like fall. This past week we have been waking up to cool crisp mornings and our afternoons have been sunny and mild. It has inspired me to get all my fall decorations out of the attic and filled our home with fall leaves and pumpkins. Even Merlin loves this time of year!
New Spooky Cat Stamp Set
And speaking of fall have you seen the new holiday catalog? You will love the new beautiful fall stamp sets this year. And the new Spooky Cat stamp set and coordinating paper are a real treat for all your Halloween cards and party decorating needs. Here are some Halloween cards I have been creating for my upcoming card class with the new Spooky Cat stamp set. Links to the supplies I used are listed below.
I’ve also been making some grab bags for the Crossroads Church craft fair I’ll be at later this month. If you live in the North Texas area be sure to come by and say “hi”. I’d love to meet you.
Thank you for stopping by. And if you would like a copy of the new holiday catalog just send me an email requesting one along with you mailing address and I get one in the mail to you right away.
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