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Friday, August 9, 2013

Stampin' Addicts 2013 Fall Holiday Blog Hop Halloween Hello & Halloween Happiness


Welcome to the Stampin' Addicts Fall Holiday Blog Hop in which we've highlighted the FALL products from the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog. (Be sure and join us on October 4 for the Winter Holiday Blog Hop too!) 

You've probably arrived from Tanya's Tinkerin' in Ink blog where she showed us just how gorgeous the Truly Grateful set can be.  Should you get lost or want to chat about the Hop, visit this thread on the Stampin' Addicts website for a complete list...

After seeing the Flip Flop card Shelli made at Convention in July with the Halloween Hello set (page 21) and new Circle Card Thinlits, I felt that I had to show something similar but different. I used the Label Card Thinlits with the Toil & Trouble stamp (page 20) for the front with the Witch and the Halloween Hello inside. For both the witches and the main image, I embossed with Black Craft Ink and Clear Embossing powder. I hope you like the simplified spinner card.


 
Next, I thought a small electric tealight cover/mini luminary would be cute....the skeleton is a little scary though...


Then I wanted to show a quick bagged treat for Halloween Night or maybe to take to a teacher. Oh, the potential sugary goodness!  I just colored our Black Chevron ribbon using a bit of water and drops of Pumpkin Pie reinker for a more seasonal look.


I also made this card for the MOJO Monday sketch...MOJO305...It uses the Halloween Hello single stamp...I cut it out and removed a few of the tendrils...I placed the Jack O' Lantern definition from the designer series paper in the top left corner too, but that's sort of hard to see.


Continue the Haunting fun on Kathleen's blog, FA Stamper, as she shares her sparkling designs with the Halloween Bash stamp set...



 




15 comments:

Wendie Waldman said...

Great Halloween projects.

Kim said...

They are all so cute! Especially your candle box. A great way to showcase this Halloween stamp set.

Kathleen Brill-Myrice said...

Great job Rhonda! I really like the treat bag with the died ribbon.

Heidi Baks said...

Very cute, Rhonda! I'm a sucker for luminaries. Took me a minute to figure out how your spinner card opens... very clever!

Tina Adams said...

So many things to love about your post. The treat bag with the altered ribbon, the flip flop card and a beautiful candle box. Thanks for the wonderful ideas.

Adriana Benitez said...

Cute projects! The luminaries are adorable -even the skeleton!

Yapha said...

What fun projects! Love the spinner card, and the luminaries are spectacular!

Tanya Boser said...

Love that treat bag, and the luminaries are adorable! They aren't creepy at all :)

Missi said...

So many fun Halloween projects! The treat bag is so cute and quick to put together. Great ideas!!

Paula said...

Great projects, Rhonda! Love the luminaries the most but the treat bags are a close second.

Debbi said...

Great project Rhonda! I love the luminary and the tip on the coloring the black ribbon to make it halloweenish is brilliant!

Stacy said...

Great projects Rhonda - I really like the spinner with the card thinlits - what a fun Halloween card. The luminaries are a great idea that I might try out with Callie!

Nanette said...

Rhonda - your projects are awesome!! Thank you for sharing. I love the luminaries - aren't they supposed to be scary?? It is Halloween! ;) And your tip to color the ribbon - we don't always remember those things!

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

I'll be making some luminaries and colored ribbon for sure! Great projects!

MaryR said...

what great projects! I just love the luminaries and the colored chevron ribbon and gift tag are my favorite!