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Hi all! It’s Cathy Caines here to share some fun Halloween projects featuring Stampin’ Up!

The ghosts and goblins have been out to play in my backyard since September began. I love to create for Halloween!!   It could be that I get giddy at the thought of candy or that I have an excuse to search Pinterest for cool costume ideas. Regardless, if you have Halloween on your mind, here are some fun ideas using Stampin’ Up! products.

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First, you need a banner – this banner was created using the Chalkboard Banner Simply Created Kit. I used white Staz-On and stencils to create the word ‘BOO’, as well as rubbed it around the edges. This gave it a more spooky feel but chalk would also do the trick.

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My daughter would say that treats are the most important thing and most definitely the priority. I couldn’t agree more. I created this bat and pumpkin using the Fry Box Bigz die. To create the bat wings, I die cut a 2.5” circle and then used the Scallop Edgelit to cut down the middle of the circle. I adhered the two “wings” to the back of the bat. The pumpkin face was created using the Fall Fest polymer stamp set. What makes this cool though is that I lined the inside of the box with the Typset DSP. I simply love those stripes!

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Next, I created some brooms using Fringe Scissors and the Tee Hee stamp set. Using the small cellophane bags and some licorice, these brooms came together quickly. Make sure to distress the fringed paper for that rustic look.

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Mason jars are all the rage lately so make sure that you save some to create “brew” or to hold chocolate eyeballs, etc. If you aren’t sure what to put in the jars you can mix re-inker and water or mix dish soap with water.

 

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Using different size pearls has a neat effect for any “drink” stamped image.

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I filled up silver buckets of gummy worms and candy corn. But they looked a little bit empty so I added little banners from the scraps I had on my desk.

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These little 3×3 cards were created using the Bite Me stamp set. Although they are simple, the watercolour paper gave the card more “spook” and texture.

I can’t wait to see what you create! Make sure to share with me and Canadian Scrapbooker on Facebook!

Cathy Caines, Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

St. John’s, NL

www.inthecatcave.com

 

Supplies used are Stampin’ Up! unless otherwise stated: Boo Banner: Chaulkboard Banner Simply Created Kit, white Staz On, Build a Banner Simply Created Kit (stencils), Tangerine Twist Two Tone Trim; Cards: Watercolor Paper, Bite Me stamp set, Venetian trim, Tangelo Twist stitched ribbon, handheld stapler, Momento Ink; Fry Box Treats: Fry Box Bigz die, Typeset DSP, black baker’s twine, 1” circle, basic pearls, Momento ink, basic black cardstock, pumpkin pie cardstock, Fall Fest stamp set, Freaky Friends stamp set, 1/8” hole punch, triangle punch, owl builder punch, whisper white cardstock, scallop edgelit, circles framelit, Fall Fest framelits, Mossy Meadow cardstock; Brooms: Fringe Scissors, Soft Suede cardstock, Linen Thread, Tee-Hee stamp set, tangelo twist embossing powder, versamark, heat gun, Motley Monsters DSP; Candy Banners: Motley Monsters DSP, Burlap Ribbon, rosette die, Simply Celebrate stamp set (retired), Momento Ink, Tangelo Twist cardstock, handheld stapler, basic black cardstock, Freaky Friends stamp set, Blendabilities markers, basic pearls, Tangelo Twist stitched ribbon, Daffodil Delight seam binding ribbon, note tag punch

 

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  1. barb macaskill Reply

    LOVELOVELOVE all of these fun decorations!!!! They are all spooktacular! TFS!