Hi Everyone and welcome to August's My Pink Designer Post. Today, I have a project featuring the new My Pink Stamper Spook-alicious stamps. Here is a little peek at what this awesome set looks like:
Isn't it CUUUUTE?? I just love the sentiments! If you think you might be interested in ordering a set of your own, then please go here for a list of online retailers.
Okay, on with today's project! I found this house shaped book in my stash and decided to use it for my project. Then, I pulled out my favorite Halloween Cricut cartridge of all time, "Mini Monsters" and went to work. Be prepared...lots of pictures to follow! :)
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The spiders are from the My Pink Stamper Spook-alicious stamp set. I stamped each one on white paper and then cut around them (leaving just the slightest white border to allow them to stand out against my background). I also cut out two fences and adhered them in one continuous strip. Then I added glossy accents over it to give it a bit more of a 3D look. The door and shutters I created myself. Border punch by Fiskars.
Pages 1 and 2:
Pages 1 and 2:
And a close up of Mr. Vampire. If you wanted to, you could allow these cards to open to reveal journaling...or maybe tuck a tag in behind.
Vampire cut at 4". Martha Stewart Drippy Goo punch used for border. Because the cuts were so tiny, I also cheated a bit and used a white pen to color in his fangs.
Pages 3 and 4:
Cauldron cut at 4". Border punch: EK Success ( I wanted it to look like a page from a spell book). Stars: Ek Success Paper Shaper punch.
Pages 5 and 6:
Witch's hat cut at 4". EK Success border punch and Paper Shaper punch (stars).
Pages 7 and 8:
Pumpkin cut at 4". Fiskars border punch for photo mat.
Pages 9 and 10:
Isn't that spider just sooo adorable?? And the sentiment works perfectly with it! I can see a card being made very soon with this same combo! :)
Spider cut at 2 1/4". Border punch by EK Success.
Pages 11 and 12:
Broom cut at 4 1/2". Border punch by EK Success.
And that's it! I hope you liked my little book. And, as always, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email me at email@example.com .
Thanks so much for stopping by today, and be sure to head back to Robyn's blog to see what the rest of my design team friends have made! Have a GREAT day!! :)