Welcome to this months One Stamp At A Time Blog!  This month we are featuring Halloween and Fall themed projects. This past week I held a fun Halloween Themed Card Class at a local coffee shop called the Ugly Mug Bean and Brew!  If you ever visit Garner, NC then you MUST go to the Ugly Mug. The owners are wonderful people and offer a conference room for community use FREE of charge.

Now… Let’s get on with some spooky Halloween fun!

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A Spooky Night Halloween

Stampin’ Up! offers a wonderful mix of Halloween themed stamp sets along with an awesome Spooky Night Designer Series Paper. AND, I’m so excited to announce that I’ve used EVERY single sheet of the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper. Needless to say, I’m pretty excited about using every sheet. This is a major accomplishment for a Paper Hoarder! So, are you a Designer Series Paper Hoarder?

Project #1 – Spooky Cat Card

This is one of the cards we made for the Howl-A-Ween Spooky Night Card Class this past Tuesday. Everyone seems to be in love with the Spooky Cat and the Cat Punch. I’m in love with the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper having a cat that is easily punched out. The card features a card front using the Halloween Sayings for the Designer Series Paper then I added

Project #2 – Labels of Love Halloween

Just for fun… Here is a second card that we made from the Howl-A-Ween Spooky Night Card Class. Who doesn’t love these little Jars of Potion? The card is a “basic” and easy to create card. I’ve maintained a focus on the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper. The Stamped image is from the Labels of Love Stamp Set and coordinates with the Everyday Label Punch.

Project #3 – Haunting Halloween Gift Card Bag

The Striped Treat Bags are great for holding Gift Cards. I’ve taken the Striped Treat Bag and folded it over almost in half. I made a cute tag featuring the Scalloped Tag Topper paired with the Everyday Label Punch. The pumpkins are from the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper and die cut using the Patterned Pumpkins Thinlits.

Have you noticed that Stampin’ Up! has Designer Series Paper patterns that coordinate with some of the various punches, Framelits and Thinlits? I LOVE that Stampin’ Up! has created this added benefit by pairing products. I have definitely been using the Designer Series Paper that coordinates with these items.

To continue on with the next blog on the OSAT Blog Hop, you’ll want to visit Jessie Holton!  I’m certain you’ll enjoy the projects she has to share with you!  To view her blog, you can click on her name or on the OSAT Next Button.

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Sunny Stampin’ & Scrappin’!