Friday, September 19, 2014

Homemade Holiday Halloween Silhouette Card

Easy Halloween silhouette card with Stampin' Up! Holiday Home stamps and dies | Stampingville
Card design inspired by Meghan McMillan/PaperCrafts Magazine Sept/Oct 2013

I was soooo excited to see the Holiday Home stamp set and coordinating Homemade Holiday framelit dies in the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog. I've really been wanting a stamp set with realistic looking houses. With matching framelit dies to cut the images - I'm elated. Purchase them together in a bundle and SAVE 15%! Get the details here.

For this Halloween card, I kept things super simple - creating multiples to send to nieces and nephews will be a snap.

Stampin' details: 
  • The Moonlight Designer Series Paper Stack (4-1/2" x 6-1/2" pad) proves once again how versatile it can be. Halloween? Who knew!
  • Creating a Polaroid-style photo frame is super quick using the Squares Collection Framelits and the Big Shot.
  • The silhouette houses (no stamping!) were created with just one pass through the Big Shot, using the Homemade Holiday Framelits Dies. Boom.
  • Split (and stack) single line sentiments by using a Stampin' Write Marker to ink and stamp one word at a time.
  • The Word Window Punch pulls double duty to create the tiny tag. Simply snip off any extra at the end of the strip.

Step-it-up tip: For additional texture and definition, try sponging around the edges of each house and/or the moon.

Simple and quick Halloween card for all ages | Stampingville


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