Saturday, October 22, 2022

Stampin' Up! Halloween Card in Pinks

From the list above, I used three plus 1 to create my card: Pumpkin, Stars, Black, Trick/Treat.

I chose the Stampin' Up! Hello Harvest bundle along with Gingham Cottage DSP, Bewitching stamp set & Witch Hat Builder Punch to make a unique card in pinks.

I kept the card base Basic White cardstock as there is lots of pink going on.
Basic Black was used as the next layer and finally Stampin' Up! Gingham Cottage DSP.

The white cardstock strip was embossed using the Leaf Fall 3D Embossing Folder and using a blending brush and Blushing Bride ink, shaded all along the edges before adhering onto the card.

The next strip that goes across the card is Basic Black cardstock with the same DSP.

The spider was stamped with Memento ink as well as the pumpkin and hat.
The sentiment is from the Scary Cute stamp set and stamped with Memento ink onto DSP and adhered directly onto the pumpkin.

The leaves were colored using sponge daubers and So Saffron, Pool Party and Blushing Bride inks, die cut and two were tucked under the pumpkin and one adhered onto the pumpkin, overhanging.

The curly dies were die cut from Copper Foil sheets and tucked slightly behind the pumpkin.

The pumpkin and hat were colored using Polished Pink, Flirty Flamingo, Sweet Sorbet, Basic Black and Melon Mambo Stampin' Blends markers.

The web on the hat was traced with Basic Black Stampin' Blends and drawn over again with Wink of Stella.  The band across the hat was also colored with Wink of Stella to add some sparkle.  I also added Wink of Stella on the spider web.  It was hard to capture the sparkle, but it's there.

Three sequins were added on the hat band and Linen Thread looped several times and adhered behind the hat.  After adhering the hat onto the pumpkin, it was adhered with dimensionals.

I tried to capture some of the sparkle, but sadly, it doesn't really show.
Wink of Stella was also added on each of the stamped stars on the right of the card.

Inside the card is lots of layers, starting with DSP, Basic Black and finally Basic White cardstock.

The stars were stamped in the upper corner and one single leaf which was sponged, added in the lower corner.  And, I had to add more Wink of Stella on each of the stamped stars inside the card as well.

DSP was also added on the envelope flap.

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today and I hope you enjoyed my "all in pinks" Fall/Halloween card.

Happy crafting,

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  1. I love this, so creative to use a pink color scheme for a Halloween card and love all the fun details you added. Great card! Thanks for joining us at Festive Friday.

  2. Polly, I love that you went with non-traditional Halloween colors - these gorgeous pinks work perfectly with your sentiment. A fabulous card. So glad you shared it with us at Festive Friday this week

  3. Love the use of pink for a Halloween card! What a great idea. Lots of great details on your card. Thank you for stamping along with the Festive Friday Challenge

  4. Congratulations,! Your fabulous creation was selected as a Festive Fave over at the Festive Friday Challenge. Please hop over to the challenge blog to grab your winner’s badge for your blog. Thanks so much for joining us and I hope you will play along again soon!

    1. Oh wow! What a wonderful surprise! Thanks so much! :)


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