Friday, September 19, 2008

Simple Halloween cards

With Halloween just around the corner (can you believe the holidays are on their way already?!) I wanted to share some simple cards that I made using some of the new Halloween stamps that are now on sale at the DRS Designs website. Who says simple has to be boring???



This card has a lot of layers but is as simple as I get lol! This card was super easy and quick to make. I love the dramatic effect of the stamped gobblin ghosts in the background and the one single in the front.


Stamps: Stamps- DRS Designs. Paper- Tangerine tango, white, black. Ink- pumpkin pie, black stazon. Accessories- copic markers, dimensionals, scallop corner punch.


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I love this new witch stamp, isn't it hilarious? Looking at this card reminds me that I should have colored those shoes to make ruby slippers!

Supplies: Stamps- DRS Designs. Paper- Kiwi kiss, black, white. Ink- black stazon, old olive. Accessories- scallop corner punch, brads, dimensionals

Have a wonderful weekend everyone and make sure that you take the time to stamp something!

8 comments:

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Cute cards. Love that one white ghost in front of all the background ones. Cool idea!

Heather Lee-Reppen said...

Great job with these!

Carolina said...

Adorable Halloween cards!!! The ghost is just too funny!

Vicki said...

These are awesome for being "simple"! Love those corners, but you already knew that, right?! teehee!

Anonymous said...

Jess both of these cards are wonderful. I LOVE HALLOWEEN!!!! TFS.

Take Care
Debbie/Phx AZ

P.S. my dh ordered a note book lap top for me it ships around the 25th!!! I will be up and running very soon...see you in chat...he he.

MakiJo said...

They are so cute and funny! I love the stamp with the witch under the house, lol. I love the scalloped corner punch, too.

Roxana said...

Beautiful Halloween cards.! White ghost is looking cute.

Beverley and Carol said...

Jessica...what cute cards...and the little ghost...who could be afraid of him...great job...thanks for sharing.

stampin' HUGS
Beverley