The challenge for this week is another fun one. Create ANY Halloween project and use a stamp. If you have the JustRite Stampers Set Witch Way to the Treats that DCRU carries, that's great! If not, no worries, any stamped image will do. Just have fun!! Remember, anyone can play and feel free to combine our challenge with other challenges. Also remember that your spooktacular creations are due by Midnight Eastern Time Saturday, September 26.
Fright this way and I'll show you what the super talented DT ladies came up with this week!
Here's Margie's card. Anya is so cute and festive!
Stamp(s): The Greeting Farm Hippie Anya
Ink(s): Memento Tuxedo Black; CopicsPaper(s): American Crafts White CS; Making Memories Spook Alley DPAccessories: KI Memories Haunted Words Self Adhesive Ribbon
Here's Carole's card. Love the embossed background!
Rubber Stamps: Pumpkins/Copper Leaf Creations
Markers: Orange, yellow, green and brown
Cuttlebug Embossing Folders
Martha Stewart Punch: Drippy Goo
Pumpkins have 3 coats of Diamond Glaze
Here's Amber's card. There's that cute pumpkin from my favorite Halloween stamp set!!
Just Rite Stampers Witch Way to The Treats
Cuttlebug & Pumpkin Harvest embossing folder
Cosmo Cricket Paper
Lace - The Little Pink Studio
Here's Diane's card. This is my favorite Nestie shape!
card stock from DCWV NANA'S Kitchen available at Die Cuts R Us, orange cardstock, Spellbinders Labels 8 Nestabilities available at Die Cuts R Us, Fiskars Trick or Treat stamp set, black glitter
Here's Sammye Jo's card. I just love how the pumpkins jump off the card front!
Cardstock: Bazzill & SU
Adhesive: 3DDots (EKSuccess)
Ribbon: American Crafts
Here's Jessica's card. If I end up with every Copic Marker out there, it's all her fault! I love the shadow effect and the blending!
Here's my card. Is it scary enough?
Witch Way to the Treats Stamp Set
Cuttlebug Embossing - Diamond Plate
Wild Card Cartridge
Copic Atyou Spica Glitter Pens - Set A
Stampin' Up Markers, cardstock, ink and stamp
Can't wait to see what you create! Remember to post the actual URL address and not just your blog address. To do that simply go to your blog, find the post heading, click on it, then go to your URL address on your tool bar, copy it, then paste it with your comment. We look forward to checking out your "spooktacular" creations!!
Witching you a great day!