top of page

Simon Says Stamp|Trick Or Treat Halloween Card

Hi Crafty Friends. It is almost Halloween and I couldn't be more excited!! I have a fun card for you today using products from Simon Says Stamp, Whimsy Stamps, HoneyBee Stamps, Taylored Expressions and a few more. I love making cards using all kinds of products from many companies. All opinions are my own, I use and share what I like. I have some affiliate links, they cost you nothing to use. All of the Cardstock I used is from Cardstock Warehouse, all of the colored ink is from Taylored Expressions. Everything I used is listed and linked below.

I started with a piece of Real grey cardstock cut to A2 size. I stamped the Wood Plank stamp in Earl Grey Ink and then I used Poppy Seed Ink and ink blended around the edges, leaving the center lighter. I then used the Halloween Creatures Stencil and Poppy Seed ink and stenciled the spiders onto the top left corner. Once everything was dry, I used the Deckle Edge A2 Die to cut the card panel.

I die cut the Batty Dies from Ebony and Black Sparkle cardstock. I die cut the shadow part of the bat 3 times with Ebony cardstock and die cut the top part of the bat with Black Sparkle cardstock. Having multiple pieces of cardstock gives the bat dimension. I glued all of those pieces together. I die cut the Outline Halloween die out of Ebony, Tangy Orange and Grape Jelly, then I adhered those together, alternating the colors. I used a sentiment from the Mini Strips Halloween, that was stamped in Candy Corn Ink

Let's put this card together. I adhered the card panel to a white A2 size card base. I then adhered the Halloween sentiment to the card. I put the card into my Misti and stamped the Happy sentiment from Lawn Fawn, with clear ink and used white embossing powder. I heated that until melted. I finished by adhering the bat with foam tape for even more dimension. I finished the card with the last sentiment, I glued the sentiment strip right above the bat.

Thank you so much for stopping by, I hop you enjoyed this project!



bottom of page