Updated: Oct 11, 2018
Welcome to our Demonstrator Training Blog Hop! What is this hop is all about? We are a group of demonstrators that are part of a support program set up by Kylie Bertucci a demonstrator with Stampin' UP in Australia. It is a wonderful support group for demonstrators around the world trying to achieve their goals and maybe earn a trip or two.
Okay, so we know not all of you partake in Halloween but we just love the colors and the warm cozy feeling of fall. Halloween has been a part of our childhood into our adulthood and we just love the adorable creations that people have come up with. Today we are joining a blog hop and couldn't wait to share this fun, easy Halloween celebration card. A little DSP and a few die cuts and Voila! A cute card! Don't forget to click on the other links below to see other beautiful creations from around the world. Happy Stamping~Nancy and Kayla
Basic Black Cardstock cut to 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" scored and folded at 4-1/4"for card base.
DSP(designer series paper) cut to 5-1/4" x4" adhere this to front of card base.
Scraps of Pumpkin Pies Cardstock and use your big shot to die cut the letters.
DSP for the hat, use the die cuts to cut this out.
Stamp your greeting in Tuxedo Black Memento ink on a scrap piece of Crushed Curry.
Hand cut around the greeting and make a "flag" portion doing the same.
Use your adhesive, attache the letters and banner.
Add dimensionals to the hat and attach to front to add depth.
For the inside, cut a 5-1/4" x 4" Whisper White Cardstock.
How easy was that, quick and cute!