Fall is definitely a favorite time of year in my house. As a kid I loved summer, but since I'm a grown up and I don't have to go back to school, I'm all for cooler temperatures, all things pumpkin and the gorgeous colors of the autumn leaves. Also, with all the holidays looming ahead, it's the best time for card making! You'll want to get your ink pads ready, because DRS Designs has some fun Halloween stamps coming your way at the end of this week, and I've got a quick peek of one today.
I love this festive new greeting stamp in the shape of a witch's hat (310F)! I stamped it on black cardstock and embossed it with white embossing powder. I then fussy cut it, and placed it on the jack-o-lantern part of the Fancy Pumpkin stamp that was colored and fussy cut as well, attaching it to a die cut oval and some matting.
The background was dry embossed using a pumpkin embossing folder and I made some patterned paper using one of my favorite background stamps, the Splatter Background. I stamped in orange and yellow ink to match my background paper and then I used my square punches to create the pieces. I attached them to the background and added a strip of black embellished with gemstone brads before adhering the image with dimensional tape.
If you want to know why all the good candy is already gone right before Halloween, the photo is right here:
Yes, I snapped this picture at my local grocery store back in July. JULY!
The struggle is real!
Buy it now, and I'll just have to keep buying more because I will have eaten it. Or wait too long to buy, and I'm afraid I'll be the one house giving out weird hard candy, like peppermint and butterscotch,,,lol!
Hope you all are having a sweet week!