Punched Halloween Card

Posted by on September 7, 2013 in Halloween | 0 comments

I needed a Halloween card for my October Stamp Camp and thought this layout using the Postage Stamp Punch would be perfect:
I absolutely LOVED this swap card I received from Luci Kirschbaum at the Stampin’ Up! convention this year and knew I would use it as inspiration for other cards.  I have been crafting most of the day and think this might be the cutest Halloween card ever!

The Postage Stamp Punch fits a lot of the images from the Halloween Bash stamp set perfectly!  I like Summer Starfruit but in small doses so I used it for the card base (8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″) and a couple of accent squares.  The Basic Black cardstock measures 4″ x 5 1/4″ which is the perfect background for 12 squares (3 across and 4 down) punched with the Postage Stamp Punch
I stamped the images from Halloween Bash in Black Stazon on scrap Very Vanilla cardstock before punching out.  I used Paper Snips to trip the Bats About You greeting and pumpkin candy and popped them up with Dimensionals.  The Halloween Hello greeting is die-cut with the Bitty Labels Framelits and Big Shot.  The Summer Starfruit square is embossed with the Beautifully Baroque embossing folder and the Pumpkin Pie pie one is embossed with the Chevron folder.  The other little squares are punched from the Witches’ Brew Designer Series Paper.  Add a few little Rhinestones and you’re all set 🙂
Have you started on your Halloween cards yet?

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