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Friday, September 8, 2017

Inking Autumn Inky Friends 2017 Blog Hop Spooky Night



Welcome to the Inky Friends' Inking Autumn Blog Hop! Join us as we show you our favorites from the Fall offerings in the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog. Should you get lost and need to see a list of participants, just click on the Inky Friends Blog.

You've likely arrived from Betty's KittyStamp Blog in which she focused the Spooky Cat Bundle.

I'm focusing on the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper for the hop.  There are so many ways to use it other than as scrapbook paper.  It is SO useful!

I love that the multiple image trees in the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper fit nicely on the Pizza Boxes with just one layer of Basic Black Cardstock, but I didn't want to color the Pizza box with anything. Since it is white and the paper is Very Vanilla based, I stamped the Owl-oween owl onto Whisper White Cardstock and trimmed around it.  Then, the White and Basic Black wired edge ribbon also matched in my mind. :) What will you put inside the tiny pizza box-a cookie? 

A Moon Pie fits perfectly inside....and I think they are spooky/funny to give at Halloween.

Now if you aren't planning to make a bunch of Pizza boxes or treats with the paper, you may wonder what to do with the remainder of the Tree print? Luckily it is a nice, small stripe on black that I used for three of the test tube holders below. It is nice that the Pumpkin pattern has both Jack O'Lanterns and regular pumpkins so you may use just pumpkins on a fall project. 

I love the test tube holders popularized by Lisa Somerville several years ago. This paper has such variety and options that you almost don't need the stamp set, but I really wanted to use the beakers of potion in some nice bright colors, so you can see that below as well.

I filled a little jar from the dollar store with Candy Corn and Pumpkins and added a belly band of Designer Series Paper as well as a tie of the Black Vintage Crochet Trim.  The Spooky-licious image is from the The Little Things set which I used since it wasn't chosen for this hop or our Christmas hop (which is coming up in a few weeks).  It is quick and cute on a Moon Pie which are my little gifts with purchase for this month for my customers.



Now it is time to continue to Sharleen's Stamp with Shar Blog to see her designs with the Quilted Christmas bundle.





9 comments:

Sharleen Luciano said...

Rhonda, your projects are super cute. Love it. TFS

Yapha said...

Fabulous projects, Rhonda! I love how you showcased this super fun DSP!

Anonymous said...

LOVE them Rhonda - I have a thing for test tubes and love how you used them - I love this paper - thank you for your ideas :-) Sarah

Tanya Boser said...

Look at all those cute little treat holders!! You will be ready for Halloween in no time :)

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

A moon pie for a moon box. LOVE IT! The treats and fun you had with the DSP is so fun to see!

Penny Hanuszak said...

Awesome projects Rhonda. Your test tube treats are really cute! TFS.

Betty said...

Super set of goodies-- really shows off the fun paper!

Mickey Roberts said...

Great showcase of the paper, Rhonda. Love the test tube holders--very cute with fun details!

Twila said...

Cute projects, love them all. Can't wait to make some for my Trick or Treaters.