If you’re a fan of Anna Griffin like I am, you are going to love this NEW stamp set. It’s available now on HSN so get your set before they run out!
I love that it comes with a guide so it makes it easier to create wreaths. Click HERE to go to HSN to see the video how to make the wreath and to see Anna Griffin.
Lots of different uses I got out of these stamps. I made a wreath, used it as a background and also made border strips. For a example of borders I created look at the first card I made on this post.
This is the card I created with the stamps. I made a wreath and stamped partial spider wreaths for the background.
For this card I stamped the entire background to create my own paper.
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Boo-tiful Cameos Clear Stamp
Celebration Labels One & Bracket Border Clear Stamp
I used the skull stamp from the “Boo-tiful Cameos stamp set and stamped the skulls a few times to drape my card. The Border trim is from the Celebration Labels One & Bracket Border. I stamped the border and fussy cut it to add some texture on the end of the card. It pops off the card which is what I wanted. I also used Spellbinders Web die and cut the die shape into pieces since the web was bigger then my card. The branches are also some Spellbinders and the frame of the card.
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Here’s another round of cards I created using Anna Griffin’s Spooktacular. The Spooktacular collection viewed on HSN has lots of pieces so you can make lots of different projects.
The die pieces and stickers make card making easy to create with. For those of you not into scary Halloween collections, this collection is whimsical and cute. The papers, dies and stickers have a vintage appeal so you’ll enjoy them.
Lots of pieces in this collection so get yours today on HSN!
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Have you seen Anna Griffin’s Spooktacular paper collection? I fell in love with this collection and created a few cards. The stickers are adorable in this collection and so are the patterns in the paper.
I am in LOVE with this collection and I know you will too. If you are looking for vintage Halloween, then his is differently the collection for you. You can get this collection now from HSN.
Everything you see here except for the die cutting is from Anna Griffin’s Spooktacuar collection. The stickers, paper and die cut images are super easy to use. I especially love the bat die cut paper. I used it as background paper for this card.
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Happy World Card Making Day! I love making cards and today, I thought I keep with the spirit of Halloween and create this little pumpkin card.
I used Tim Holtz Pumpkin Die and cut out 2 pumpkins and glued them back to back to create my card. Next I used Spellbinders web die and cut the die into smaller pieces for webbing. The die was too large for what I wanted so i altered it. Then I used a label die from Spellbinders and Authentique’s NEW Thrilling line for my paper. The flowers are from Petaloo’s Mini Textured collection, perfect for cards!
Looking forward to seeing the Facebook boards light up with cards. Have a great day crafting and I’ll be back.
What’s so great about digital images? Absolutely everything, especially these adorable digital images from Chi Chi Memories. I couldn’t decide if I wanted a bat or an owl so this is what I ended up with. This digital is from the, “Happy Halloween” set. It’s like having a stamp that you can alter anyway you want. I’m hooked!
I couldn’t decide if I wanted to use the bat since it took attention away from my stamp. The owl won of course and so I cut the bat out and used his wings instead…LOL I also used Hero Arts stamps for my background. Tiny little bats make a great background. The cloud dies are from PaperTrey, The stamp word spooky is also from PaperTrey. I used a white pen to highlight the wings to give it detail so they pop off the card. Finished the card with a bow…ta da!
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I’m so jazzed to work with these adorable creations from Chi Chi Memories. This little darling stamp is from the NEW Costume Set 2 stamp. It comes with a robot girl companion and two other animal costumes and sentiments.
Costume Set 2
I created a flap in front of the robot so I had a place for my sentiment. My favorite part of using these stamps is that you can use them again for other themes. For this image I plan to use it again for Valentine’s Day. I think he’s perfect for that.
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