Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Happy Halloween

The Cardologists woke up early and used translucent embossing paste with a Stampin Up stencil to make stars on navy card stock.  While we waited for it to dry we cut out all the other parts and pieces.

We used a die to cut trees on a hill and an orange moon. The witch on the moon is a "retro" Inkadinkadoo stamp.  The houses and ghosts are from the Stampin Up Holiday Home set.  We took advantage of the photopolymer stamps to make the crooked houses, and then fussy cut them.
The word bubble and saying were free handed to fit.

Linking to Retro Rubber challenge 25 'Get your spook on' and Male Room challenge 21 'Halloween' Check out all the wonderful Halloween inspiration on the sites.

Now we are off to make a snowman card with more embossed stars. Thanks for visiting.


  1. Wow, so cool! The stars, the moon with the witch, the tree line, and especially the crooked houses! Brilliant!

  2. Great details in the fun card. I too like the fact that photo-polymer stamps can be manipulated to fit what we want to stamp. Thanks for playing along at Retro Rubber and join us again soon!

  3. So cute! I love how you fussy cut those houses, which are still in my stash as well. Thanks for the reminder to get them out to play! Great use of both old and new for a fab-boo-lous card! Thank you for playing along with Retro Rubber and hope you get to join us again soon.

  4. Dora, this card is fantastic. Love the crooked houses.. what a great idea! So many wonderful details! Thanks for sharing it with Retro Rubber this week. Hope to see you often in the gallery!

  5. This is such a fun card - love the wonky houses and the sentiment. Thanks so much for playing along with our Halloween theme at The Male Room!

  6. Fun sentiment! Thanks for joining us in the Male Room for our Halloween challenge.
    Louise xx