I love spooky season and everything that goes along with it, yet this has been the first year that I have really made a bunch of Halloween cards. I wanted to use a bunch of things I've accumulated in my stash along with some newer additions.
One of those things were these Snag 'em Stamps from Imaginisce. I had recently picked up these stamps at the Pat Catan's near me before they closed.
I also used a lot of paper pads I've collected over the years from Hobby Lobby and JoAnn's along with some Recollections card stock.
I stamped the images out onto some Bristol smooth card stock with Versafine black ink and colored them using Prismacolor colored pencils. I used gamsol and a blending stump to get a smoother look. Then I cut them out using a Scan 'N Cut.
I pulled out some papers that I thought coordinated pretty well and then matched up some characters to go with it.
I mostly used my Tonic trimmer to cut down the card stock, but I did use some stitched scalloped dies, Halloween Phrases dies from The Scrapping Cottage, pumpkin dies from Hello Bluebird's Gallery Frame #3, the number and tag dies that came with the Tim Holtz Sidekick, Spellbinder's Happy Haunting, and some other dies I received in a Halloween swap.
I heat embossed some stamps from Lawn Fawn's Spooky Village and Ranger's Letter It Greetings stamps for some extra sentiments.
For some the embellishments, I used rhinestones, sequins, and washi tape from Dollar Tree and Michaels.
I think these cards turned out so cute and were all pretty quick and simple.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Have a spooky day! :)