For this fun card I used lots of glitter papers. I stamped my images using Memento Grape Jelly and them I colored the images using Copic Markers. I used a 1 3/8" circle punch (EK Success or SU) to punch out the images and I used the SU Flower Punch to Punch Out my mats. The card base is 6x6 and the very glittery black paper is from a Best Occasion Glitter Pack (which I found at Walmart). The Yellow & Green Glitter papers are from my DCWV Glitter Stack. As you can see from my card design I love all the images in the set and just couldn't decide which stamp to use. This card uses nine of the ten images that come in the set.
Today we are celebrating the soon to be released set Witch Way to the Treats which fits in our 1 3/16" stamper----with of course a Blog Candy Treat. Leave a comment on this post by Tuesday night July 21st at 12 am EST to win the 1 3/16" stamper and the Witch Way to the Treats Stamps. Simply leave us a comment on this post and tell us what your favorite costume was from childhood? Or what your favorite fall memory from childhood is? For every 200 comments we receive we will add another blog candy winner.
In case you were too busy (with kids home for Summer Break) to join us for the hop - here all in one location are the first projects designed using this set from some of our design team members.Michelle Kovack just posted this fun Halloween card on her blog today as for the CPS 125 Sketch Challenge. JustRite is the sponsor this week...and of course there will be a great prize package that will be announced later this week on the CPS Blog. If you missed the blog post about CPS Sketch 125 click here to read the JustRite Post and to find all the links to the CPS Challenge.
Barb Schram designed this beautiful box to fill with one of her favorite childhood treats. Barb combined the Witch Way to the Treats set with the border from the What's Cookin Borders & Centers - which gave her project a fun vintage look.
Barb made these fun Witches Hats using Keebler Cookies and Chocolate Kisses with Witlon Orange Frosting!! For more pictures and all the details visit her blog post.
Lisa Somerville designed this Spooky Halloween Ensemble - I love all Lisa's fun ideas for this set.
Don't you just love how Lisa used the images to make candy wraps for Hershey Nugget Treats!!
Taylor designed these fun treat bags using the set!! They are just so darn cute.
Here is a close up of the images Taylor used on her treat bags!! Just think of all the possibilities with this set!! Don't forget to leave a comment on this post for your chance to win this fun set with the coordinating wooden stamper.