Hi Crafty Friends! It's time for the Remarkable blog hop. A group of demonstrators get together (virtually) to share some creative ideas, the third Sunday of every month. And here it is, that third Sunday! Today we are sharing Fall and Halloween ideas.
I love Fall and Halloween, (maybe as much as I love Christmas)! I am a sucker for all things seasonal. And yes, I have had a pumpkin scone at Starbucks already this season, even though it's still pretty hot in Maryland.
I'm sharing two projects today. Both Halloween cards, one quick and easy, and one a bit more involved. I bought two Halloween stamp sets from the Holiday Catalog this year. Although I think the whole Halloween line is totally awesome.
My quick card uses the Jar of Haunts set and features the truly lovely Halloween Night Specialty DSP. If you've checked in with me before, you know how I love my DSP.
Super cute, yes? And true confession, I may have been eating a wee little bit of candy corn as I was making this. I needed it for research purposes, to know which order the colors went, so I could color the candy with my Stampin' Write markers. And note, there are several two packs in the Holiday Catalog, awesome!The sentiment is from the Spooky Fun stamp set, which is up next.
This is a double Z fold card. They're all the rage in crafty land, so I had to jump on the hay wagon. There are a lot of videos out there, and I just might make one myself this week, so I'll just give the basic measurements here.
You cut your card stock in inches to 11 x 4 1/4. The card stock for the front piece is 1 3/4 x 11. The DSP is 1/8 an inch smaller. Then score the card base and card stock strip at 2 3/4 and 5 1/2. I laid the DSP down on the scored and folded strip and then folded it to match. Then I glued it on with our Tombo liquid adhesive.
The rest is just building the picture. I did not attach the front piece until I knew what I wanted in front and behind. I attached it when I was ready with Tombo. I used the Tombo and glue dots to attach all the elements. I used almost everything from the Spooky Fun stamp set and the Halloween Scenes Edgelits Dies (sold as a bundle for a 10% savings).
Here's the view of the card closed:
I mean, really, isn't it the cutest? I'm planning to send it to my son at college next month.
Well, I hope you enjoyed my Halloween projects, and enjoy the rest of the blog hop.
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