I am one of those folks that as I have gotten older I do not like scary.  That said, I have a Cute, and Not Scary, Halloween card to share with you today.


Stampin' Up!, Little Delights, Halloween Punch, Highland Heather Grosgrain Ribbon, Cute Halloween DSP, Hippo & Friends Dies, Jackie Beers


Stamps, Punch, Dies

I started this card with the Little Delights stamp set on my desk.   The matching image to the Trick or Treat is the bat stamp.  I could not envision that on the card with the paper I had pulled.  Hippo & Friends Dies were chosen for the sentiment ,as this one fit the sentiment better than any of the punches.

After deciding against the bats, I looked to the Cutest Halloween stamp set.  When I saw the ghosts, I knew that was perfect.  But instead of stamping the image, I went back to the paper and the Halloween Punch!  The Halloween Punch is great with the three different images.  It cuts the stamped images as well as the images from the DSP.  A Win / Win for my images!

Paper and Embellishments

The paper the ghosts came from is included in the Cute Halloween Designer Series Paper.  I also chose the two other DSP pieces from that pack.   As it turned out, they were not quite large enough.  So I added a strip of Basic Black cardstock to the center of a 5 X 3 3/4 piece of Basic White cardstock.  Then layered the two DSP pieces on each side totally covering the White layer.

The shiny and beautiful ribbon down the center of the black is the Highland Heather Grosgrain Ribbon.    A bow was not necessary as the sentiment layer fills that purpose.  The ghosts are layered around the card while they float to the next Trick or Treat location.  The finishing touch is a couple of the Black Dots to give the sentiment a bit of bling.


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Smile and Keep On Stamping,