Power Poppy’s Feeling Fall Halloween Card – PP561

Power Poppy Feeling Fall Halloween Card -Rosanne Mulhern

Welcome! I’m sharing a Halloween card featuring an image from a favorite stamp set, Power Poppy’s Feeling Fall. I’ve had this set for several years and love to reach for it this time of year. Somehow it always feels new to me. I created the layered layout using patterned paper from stash.  It’s been pretty eye-opening on how much I’ve been (hoarding) collecting.  It’s definitely time to start using it! The image was stamped with…

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Have a Hoot Halloween

Stampin Up Have a Hoot Halloween Card -Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Let’s just say that I did have a HOOT making today’s card.  Each year I usually purchase just one halloween set.  I knew the Have a Hoot bundle was it as soon as I saw it.  In addition, this set also has a few adorable Christmas images.  Although I didn’t use the coordinating dies on today’s card, I’m working on another project with them. A pattern from the Plaid Tidings Designer Series Paper is a…

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Trick or Treat Pillow Boxes

Stampin Up Trim Your Stockings Halloween Pillow Box - Rosanne Mulhern

With Halloween quickly approaching, I put together a couple of pillow box treats for my favorite Trick or Treaters. Using the Trim Your Stocking Thinlit dies, I created the pillow boxes with Foil Frenzy Designer Series paper. The pillow box feature in the thinlits can be used for so many different occasions, giving added value to the dies. Here’s the details After cutting the pillow box die twice, I used the Layering Ovals Framelits and…

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A Batty-ful Wreath

Today’s fun Halloween card calls on an old favorite stamp set, Wondrous Wreath along with a fun new set, Spooky Fun.  Both sets have coordinating dies that make cutting them out a snap. Here are the Details: I really enjoy looking for alternate ways to use stamp sets.  This is the first time I’ve used the Wondrous Wreath stamp set for Halloween! The wreath is stamped in Tangerine Tango ink and cut out using the…

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