Category: Halloween


Boo to you with this card today!  I used the Host set, Warm Hearted to create it.

I don’t have a lot of Halloween-themed stamp sets so focused in on the tiny skull image for this card.  Yes, after stamping them, I cut each one out carefully with Paper Snips!  Whew!  The greeting is a 2-step stamping process so I was able to combine the Pumpkin Pie and black together for a little more interest.

Freshly Made Sketches posted this sketch so I followed along with the placement of the greeting and those tiny (scary?) skulls.

Here’s the list of products.

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Happy Day to you.  I thought I should inspire your Halloween preparations with this cute project and a tutorial on how to create it.

Isn’t it sweet?  It’s made using the Cauldron Bubble Bundle (CM149930) (WM149931).

Here’s the PDF of supplies and instructions for you to download.

Happy Halloween Treat Bag by cynthiajs on Scribd

When you’re done making that cute project you may want to carry on and add these sweet projects to your list.

Have a ton of fun with this and Happy Stamping!


We had fun at class on Tuesday creating these cuties!

There’s nothing like a cute tag to wrap up some Halloween goodies for trick-or-treaters and I think these are very cute.  We made them using the Spooky Cat Bundle.

The 3″ x 6″Gusseted Cellophane Bags are just the right size to cuddle some sweet treat and you can find them Here.

Here’s the list for all of the products that we used.

If you are getting ready for all of the cute trick-or-treaters, I hope that these cuties give you some inspiration for packaging.

Happy Stamping!


Today’s post is not a card!  I decided to create some cute treat holders for the sweet trick or treaters who will be coming to our door in a couple of weeks instead!

The are little coffins – aren’t they cute?  I’ll share the template so you can create your own at the bottom of this post.  In the meantime, What Will you Stamp posted a challenge to use the Spooky Cat stamp set, and that is where the greeting comes from.

I used the Hardwood background stamp to add the wood grain to the Soft Suede coffin and also made good use of three new ribbons to decorate these cuties.

Here’s the list of products for you.

As promised, you can print off the template below to create your own little coffins.

Coffin Box Template by cynthiajs on Scribd

Have a great time creating and Happy Stamping.


He, he, green cats just have to be cool, don’t you think?  I sure had fun with this one!

I used the Foil Frenzy Specialty Designer Series paper to create the card base and used the Lemon Lime Twist colour to add the extra details.  That lovely black Vintage Crochet trim was just waiting to be used, so why not?

The layout of this card came from Freshly Made Sketches, and here it is below.

The Spooky Cat stamp set has a matching Cat punch and this all comes as a bundle so you can create some great Halloween-themed projects.

Here is the full list of products that I used.
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Have a great day and Happy Stamping to you!


Owls are noted as being wise but they are also sometimes a part of the excitement for Halloween.  I chose to use the owl image in the Spooky Cat stamp set to create this “owl’oween card.

And there he is, sitting on that branch sending wishes to all of the Halloween people out there!

The Spooky Night designer series paper makes the perfect background for him don’t you think?  I’m following along with The Paper Players sketch for this one and used a dessert plate to cut the rounded edge of the paper.

I stamped the owl with Smoky Slate ink and then overstamped his face using Basic Black.  It should stand out so versamark ink and clear emboss powder stand up for the job!  I just think this card is too cute!

Here’s the list of products that I used.

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Hello out there and I thought that I’d start the week off with an early Halloween card!  Good timing for the total eclipse that’s happening today, don’t you think?

I wanted show you this new Spooky Cat bundle and matching Spooky Night designer series paper so you can be ready to do your own halloween creating when the Holiday catalogue goes live on September 1st.  It’s fun stuff, especially that tiny mouse on the greeting strip!

This card also follows along with the new sketch from Freshly Made Sketches which was perfect for showing off this fun bundle.

Here’s the sketch layout in case you need a starting point for your own creation.

And, here’s the list of products that I used for my Early Halloween card.

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Happy Stamping!


Happy October and Happy Halloween!  I’m a little early with this card but really wanted to show you the very cute stamp set that’s in the September Paper Pumpkin kit.


I had a little fun with the spooky pumpkin faces by embossing them with White Stampin’ Emboss powder and then added the simple banner.  This is for the Freshly Made Sketches challenge for this week as well as The Paper Players Halloween theme challenge.

Here’s a copy of the sketch in case you’d like to give it a try yourself.


If you’d like to see what Paper Pumpkin is all about, just visit my website.  It’s a fun kit that comes to your door around the 15th of each month.

Now, here’s the list of products that I used for today’s cute card.

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Happy Stamping.

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