I love Halloween! LOVE it!!! Of course, I had to get the new Halloween Cookie Cutter stamp and Punch set. One of the best things about this set is that the punch also matches a Christmas set! I love products that I can use for multiple purposes.
So Let me show of some cute cards I made with this set.
The first card I made is a tri fold card. Now this seems fancy right?? The easiest way to put a tri fold card together is simple: make two regular card bases, and glue them together to make a tri fold. I didn't take pictures of that because there are tons of videos on you tube and other places of how to do it. Very easy!
The card bases I used here are actually from an older set of watercolor note cards. They are an older set from Stampin' Up but I had them on my shelf and thought this was the perfect time to challenge myself to use them. After all, I bought them...need to use them!!! This is the second "page" of the tri fold card.
This is the third "page" of the tri fold card, where I would write my note at. I love to stamp the inside of my cards with a little sometimes. This is a great time for me to get out all my stamps I have hoarded (yes, hoarded, I admit it....I've okay with it ;) ) and use them. I also like to stamp my envelopes too. I find that I need to do them AS I make the cards or I forget to do them or don't have the time to do it when I am ready to send out the card. A fun card. I love the mummy in this set. I think it's my favorite.....until I work with the next image and then IT'S my favorite! I've seen a card where the designer took the mummy image and used in it a bed for a Get Well Soon card. I thought that was brilliant!!!
This next card is using the skeleton guy from the same Cookie Cutter Halloween set. Isn't he cute? I used another card base from the watercolor card set, I thought the colors was divine!
I used some washi and sequin to make this quick card.
The next project I used this set on is for some treat boxes. I want to put some heresy kisses in the treat boxes and give them out to a couple of coworkers and friends. The treat box die is from Lawn Fawn. I used the stamp set on the tag. But used lots of goodies on these: washi, ribbon, old Halloween DSP, glimmer paper! Fun!!!
Notice the little bow tie? It is part of the punch set. I love the bow tie cut out in glimmer paper!
This stamp set is a lot of fun to play with! I couldn't put it down!!
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