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Happy Halloween! Toil & Trouble Z Fold Shaving Cream Card

Happy Halloween!  May you receive more treats than tricks!  Here’s a treat – a technique mash-up card!  The shaving cream is the background of the focal image (one of my favorite techniques of all time), and it is also a Z Fold card (well, upside down).

Plus, I colored my large gem with a sharpie!

Toil & Trouble Z Fold Shaving Cream Card

There’s also a secret spook inside when you flip it open!

Toil & Trouble Z Fold Inside

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Halloween Hello Top Note Card

This halloween combination of Washi Tape, Top Note Die, glitter, candy dots, and Stampin’ Dimensionals is an example of why I love Stampin’ Up! products.  We have so many fabulous options in gorgeous colors that coordinate with our product line.

Halloween Hello Washi Tape Top Note

Hope you have some friendly “monsters” stopping by your house for a Halloween Hello!

 

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Halloween Hello Viewmaster Card

Well, today is my official 13th anniversary as a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.  I truly do LOVE being a demonstrator and sharing my knowledge of and passion for stamping.  I started teaching Technique Classes in August of 2007.  To date, I have taught 66 classes (next Tuesday it will be #67) – meaning I’ve shared over 198 techniques (201 next Tuesday) over the years.

This card features the Viewmaster Card Technique – a technique I learned at a regional event.  My customers made this card at August’s Technique Tuesday event!  It is a perfect card for those smaller stamp images.

Halloween Hello Viewmaster Card

I’d like to know what is your favorite stamping technique!  Share your name, email, and favorite technique, and I’ll put you in the drawing for a FREE TECHNIQUE CLASS FEE!

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Monster Munchies Slider Treat Bag & Giveaway Winner!

Slider treat bags are fun to make for classroom parties.  This one is a Teddy Grahams slider using Witches Brew Designer Series Paper (the ‘Monster Munchies” is just cut out from the DSP) and the skull is from Halloween Hello.  The design on the slider is just from rubbing my StazOn inkpad right on the Pumpkin Pie card stock (also called Direct to Paper Technique).

Halloween Hello-monster munchies slider

 

I had a giveaway this week – and the winner was picked this morning by my husband, David.  The winner is JOAN KREBS!  Joan – when you have a chance, email me your choice of Embossing Folder!  Thank you to everyone for participating!

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Halloween Hello Shaker Card

Thank goodness for my craft hoarding…I picked up some fake spiders and pumpkin confetti many years ago.  They were perfect for this card!  I used my white gel pen for the polka dots around the scallop. Treat cups were used for this shaker card – they make them so easy!

 

Halloween Hello Shaker Card

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Illuminate Me Halloween Hello Card

With all the new products coming out, sometimes we forget about ones we’ve had for a while.  This card uses the Illuminate inkpad to create those scary skeleton skulls and baker’s twine in Island Indigo to hang our bat!

Halloween Hello-dangling bat

 

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Halloween Hello Candy Corn Card

First day of school – time to break out the Halloween stamps!  I used the Perfect Pennant die with Tangerine Tango, Daffodil Delight, and Whisper White to create the candy corn piece.

Halloween Hello-Candy Corn Pennant Card

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