There are always so many awesome spooky stamps out there, and never enough time to play with them! Let's make anytime cards, birthday cards, encouragement, and Halloween! Or not cards at all. Decor, treat holders, and gifts. Let your inner spooky out!
This episode of the Festival of Fall is not on a Friday, and I can't remember why. We had a reason, I just don't remember what it was, lol. Well, we are definitely aiming for a fun time this round. The older I get, the more I love the spooky stuff and playing with those supplies. I need more reasons to use them!
Let's start with this witchy card that uses supplies from all over the place. She is from the Sassy and Crafty company and is colored with Copic markers and fussy cut out.
The sentiments are from an Ink Road Stamps set, Empower. I love the sass and snark you can find with The Ink Road Stamps!
The fancy frame is created with t he Spellbinders Spider Web Corners dies. I added some extra fun with Nuvo Glitter Drops in Silver Crystal in a few spots on the spider web frame.
I could not resist this snappy sentiment for the inside. It is another one from the Empower stamp set.
And then there is this wizard themed card. I have been snatching up and hoarding any supplies I find that are wizard themed as this book and movies series was a great way for us to spend time together as a family while my kids were growing up. And I still enjoy it! This was a card I actually created for a coworker that was leaving our department for a new job.
Some of the supplies are not available anymore, namely the stamps. They were from The Ink Road Stamps also, but as it is a one woman company, stamps rotate out of stock and get retired depending on demand and storage space. I am certainly glad I got these! I did do some ink blending with Twisted Citron and Black Soot on this background.
The castle, glasses, and wand are all from a Gina Marie Designs die set. LOVE this die set. Linked below, my friends. And there is a similar stamp set!
I finished this card off by using the brick stencil again on the inside with a little Pumice Stone Distress Oxide.
Check it out! Glow in the Dark embossing powder!! I have released my inner child, and I love it!!
I had so much fun digging through my stash and mixing new with old to create these cards. I really want to play with more of the spooky stuff in my stash. How about you?!
The rest of the blog roll is at the end of this post, so don't forget to check it out.
If you are interested in the supplies I used, I have provided links below.
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