Friday, September 26, 2014

Got Skulls?

If you don't, Stampendous does!  We've got an amazing assortment of Halloween stamps; there's something for everyone!  This week we're showcasing our awesome selection of skull stamps.  Here's my "ghoulish greeting" that's sure to treat even the scariest of tricksters!

This is what I used to create this card:

BasicGrey® Eerie 6x6 Paper Pad
Bazzill® Cardstock
Neenah® Classic Crest™ Solar White Cover Stock
Spectrum Noir™ Markers - True Black and CG2
May Arts Ribbon®
Tim Holtz® Distress Inks® - Black Soot and Shabby Shutters
Beacon® Adhesive Zip Dry™

This is what I did to create this card:

Using Boss Gloss, ink Skull Stack stamp and stamp onto white cs, add embossing powder and heat
Repeat this process for the Lady and Jack stamp and the sentiment
Inking just a corner of the Skull Stack stamp, repeat above process using Lettuce embossing powder
Add distress inks around edges of sentiment, skull background and fussy cut skulls
Fussy cut Lady and Jack stamp and remove pumpkin
Fussy cut green skulls as shown
Add green ink to dress pieces
Layer sentiment and skulls as shown
Create card base with a tent fold
Trim patterned paper as shown
Trim skull image edges and adhere to patterned paper
Trim away some of the ribbon so that it's somewhat wavy, adhere to patterned paper layers as shown
Adhere all pieces as shown

That's it for me today!  I hope you've enjoyed all the fun skull inspired cards this week.  They're perfect for making the coolest, creepiest Halloween cards ever!  Thanks for stopping by and I'll see you again soon.  Have a blessed day!



  1. This is so cute & I love the colors!

  2. That skull stack really pops. I love it! It really looks like it has some depth.

  3. Loving all of the skulls on the background and the witch is just divine!! This is a card that is sure to be kept forever! TFS!

  4. Love this card, Lea. You did a great job.

  5. Beautiful colors and love the change in the witches hand to a skull.


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