Wednesday, October 26, 2011


I can't seem to get enough of this cute, cute set of stamps by There She Goes called Hauntingly Delightful.  My last two post have been cards that I made using this same set.....and I can't say it will be my last.  I promise, this is my last week of posting Halloween cards, I'm going to start with my Christmas cards really soon.

I'm really not one to create scenes on my cards, so I thought I'd give it a try, and this is what I came up with.  To start off, I stamped three adorable ghosts onto Copic X-press it blending card paper using Memento Ink in Tuxedo Black, colored the pumpkins on each of the images using Copic markers, then covered the ghosts with glitter using Stampin' Up! Dazzling diamonds.  I cut out each image individually as well as the speech bubbles (I also used Copic markers to color in the candy corn and candy, then added glossy accents).  Using one of my "old" tree Sizzix die cuts, I cut out the spooky tree,  to add texture to it, I ran it thru the Big Shot using the Sizzix embossing folder Distressed stripes, then placed it onto my card with dimensionals.  Using the Martha Stewart scary fence edge punch,  I cut out a strip then placed the scary fence in front of the tree, using dimensionals as well.  The pattern paper used was from the 12 x 12 DCWV The Ghost & Ghoblins stack.  The final card size is 5" x 5". 

Materials/supplies used:  Stamps:  Hauntingly Delightful by There She Goes; Cardstock:  Stampin' Up!/Papertrey Ink; Pattern Paper: DCWV The Ghost & Ghoblin stack; Copic markers; Sizzix Die cut - Tree; Cuttlebug embossing folder - distressed stripes; Spellbinders Nestabilities - small circles; Martha Stewart - scary fence edge punch; Glitter: Stampin' Up! - Dazzling Diamonds;  Glossy Accents; Copic Markers; Copic X-press it blending card paper, Memento Ink -Tuxedo Black


  1. So cute! The star paper is so perfect for the background! I really love the candy thought bubbles! That's all one of my daughter's could think about when she was younger! lol Can't wait to see your Christmas cards!...Nancy :o)

  2. Too cute, Sil. Love your card. TFS...

  3. Well for not putting together too many scenes you sure did do a great job on this one. I love doing scenes but you have to have all the elements you need and you had them all for this card. Those little sparkly ghosts are fantastic and so is the rest of the card. :-)


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