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Monday, September 28, 2015

Halloween Spiders Card

Hi Friends,

It has been chilly in WA these past couple of weeks and it feels like fall is here. One occasion that marks fall is the pumpkin flavored things, colorful leaves and Halloween candy filling the stores. It marks the beginning of holidays to come.

I have had many stampers express that Halloween is a favorite of theirs and enjoy making cards and giving treats to their co-workers, family and friends. Today, Lisa created a clean and simple Halloween card. The best part is that she only used one stamp! This new stamp has the words and picture in one making it a versatile stamp to use for all kinds of projects.

Here is what Lisa writes:

Hello there, DeNami Design friends! It’s Lisa P. Halloween is right around the corner, and I’ve been having lots of fun making Halloween cards and treats for family and friends! Here’s a card I created using the newly released CL-J156 Happy Halloween Spiders.

Aren’t those fuzzy little bats and spiders super cute?!?! And since this is all one stamp, it makes creating your Halloween cards quick and simple.

And see the curved/stitched edge on my front panel? That’s one of the borders from the Pretty Pink Posh Stitched Borders 1 set, which is also available at DeNami Design. I love those borders! Such a fun detail!!

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you like my project for today and feel inspired to ink up some Halloween cards this year!

DeNami Design Supplies:
Stamps: NEW CL-J156 Happy Halloween Spiders
Cardstock: PC23 Black Cards
Dies: PPPD04 Pretty Pink Posh Stitched Borders 1 Dies

Black Dye Ink, White Cardstock, Patterned Paper, Markers, Dies, Baker’s Twine, Embellishments, Adhesive


Greta said...

Darling card--love the design!

ValByDesign, Valerie said...

That is one cute Halloween card!


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