Spooky Sweets For Halloween

Two Halloween cards in one year!  That has to be a world’s record for me.  I am not a Halloween person.   I’ve already told you why in previous posts so I won’t go into it again here.  Just take my word for it.  The only thing is I just love the Spooky Sweets Stamp Set and the matching Spooky Bats Punch (you can save 10% by purchasing them in a Bundle).  I think those little bats are adorable.  Plus the moon stamp matches the Twinkle Builder Punch that is in the Stampin’ Up!®  Annual Catalog.  I love it when Stampin’ Up! adds other products to match the ones you may already own.

To make this card I first stamped the tree and the ground from the stamp set called Sheltering Tree onto Basic Gray cardstock.  I know it kind of looks like a puny tree compared to the bats but I went with it anyway.  No one says stamping has to be perfect!  Then I stamped the cloudy background before adding the quarter moon and the stars to it.  The sentiment was cut out using the Stitched Labels Framelits Dies.

Happy Halloween. I hope all you crazy people out there who love Halloween and go all out have a great time.  Just don’t egg my house, please!

PS:  You know I am going to post Halloween pictures of my grandchildren so you can look forward to that!

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3 thoughts on “Spooky Sweets For Halloween

  1. Susan, this is a REALLY CUTE card. I love all the elements including the bats in the trees. You’re the only one (of the 3 of us) who did a halloween card today, so congrats on that accomplishment!


  2. This is so cute! I love the moon, stars, bats – and that tree! So fun. Can’t wait to see pictures of the grands. They’re all in the South now, so it should be warm. It’s lovely here today and we’re not really “South.” (I think Mother Nature is apologizing for spring and summer by sending us a gorgeous fall!)


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