CutCardstock Design Team Project: Halloween Fun

It’s hard to believe Halloween will be here soon.  Wasn’t it just Christmas? :).  Today I have a cute rather than creepy Halloween card that’s clean and simple with lots of bright, happy color.  This project was first featured on the CutCardstock blog.

I started off with a comic strip background die I cut from Pop Tone Orange Fizz cardstock and adhered it to the front of a notecard I made using Cougar White Super Smooth 100# cardstock.


Using my stamp platform, I stamped cute little bat and spider images and sentiments in each of the boxes and on the inside.



I colored in the images with with markers and added a few other pieces I colored and cut out to the rest of the empty boxes with foam squares.


I love how the little bat is peeking out from the side!


A cheerful Halloween greeting perfect for little ones’ treat bags or lunch boxes.


Thanks so much for joining me today.  Orange, brown and gold cardstock is on sale this month at the CutCardstock shop just in time for Fall and Halloween.  Have a great day!


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Misti stamp positioner

Gerda Steiner Bats stamp set

Lawn Fawn Trick or Treat stamp set

Lawn Fawn Heebie Jeebies stamp set (retired)

Papertrey Ink Cover Plate: Comic Strip die

Zig Clean Color Brush Markers 36 pack–Pale Green, Light Green, Light Gray, Gray Brown

Copic Sketch–Y02, Y08, YR15, YR68, BV31, BV13

Sizzix Big Shot

Memento Tuxedo Black ink

Kat Scrappiness Design Team Project: Bright Birthday Wishes

Hi Everyone!  Today I have a bold and bright birthday card using the Wood Grain Framed Diamond Wire Die and some pretty blooms from Mudra’s Wild Rose stamp set.

I started off by die cutting the background  using Gina K. card stock and leaving the  pieces intact.  I love that you can get different looks from this one background die!


I used some tape on the back to secure everything.


Next, I wanted to create a frame for my flowers, so I spread out my Never Ending Rectangle dies to find the perfect size.


I blended some Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide Ink all over my chosen panel going from dark to light.


I thought orange flowers would look nice with the purple and yellow, so I used a variety of Copics to color my stamped flowers.


A sentiment from Hero Arts finishes the card.

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Thanks so much for joining me today.  Be sure to head over to the Kat Scrappiness shop and feel free to use my coupon code: Heidi10 to receive 10% off your purchase.  Have a great day!




Wood Grain Framed Diamond Wire Die

Never Ending Rectangle dies

Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide Ink

Mudra Wild Rose stamp set

Hero Arts Birthday Messages stamp set

Copic Markers