Paper Door Corny Candy Corns Trick or Treat

For today's post I'm using the Whimsy Stamps September PAPER DOOR kit called "Corny Candy Corns" and a new clear stamp set called You're My Boo.

This months PAPER DOOR kit is all Halloween themed for treats and cards.  The kits comes with 12 treat bags (4 clear, 4 orange/white stripe and 4 black/white polka dot) you can see everything included HERE.  So for my card today I cut apart two of the treat bags and used them as patterned paper. 

If you're looking for a Halloween sentiment set that you can create all kinds of custom sentiments like the one on my card, be sure to check out the You're My Boo set.

For the glittery orange polka dots I used some of the pretty paper that comes with the PAPER DOOR kit.  I just used different hole punches and glued the circles onto my card.

Check out the Corny Candy Corns PAPER DOOR kit, it's available only through 9/25/18 unless it sells out first.  So don't risk it, get yours today and start making you Halloween goodies and cards for friends and family today.

*NEW You're My Boo Clear Stamps

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Stained Glass Tiffany Window Scripture

I have another Whimsy Stamps stained glass card to share with you today, it's the Stained Glass Tiffany Window and it's one of my personal favorites from the collection.

The Stained Glass Scriptures sentiment set was made to complement the Tiffany Window stamp and all of the sentiments fit into the oval area.  But for this card I decided to use the smallest oval from the Basic Stitched Ovals die set for a little added dimension.

I stamped the image with Memento black ink and colored it with Copic markers.  I think the Stained Glass Collection stamps just scream for Copics but I've seen many others colored with different mediums that look gorgeous too.

I designed the Stained Glass Scriptures set using many of my personal favorite scriptures.  I hope you like the collection that I put together and that you find inspiration in them as well.

Have a blessed day!

Stained Glass Tiffany Window Rubber Cling Stamp Stained Glass Scripture Sentiments Clear Stamps Basic Stitched Ovals Die Set

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Paper Door - Corny Candy Corns

Calling all candy corn lovers and haters, this months PAPER DOOR kit Corny Candy Corns is fun for everyone!

Everything I used to create both of these Halloween projects (except for the copic markers) is included in this months kit!  You can see an unboxing video that shows all the contents of the kit HERE

It's so much fun creating different expressions on the candy corns, there are LOTS of combinations to customize your own Corny Candy Corns.

And when you purchase a PAPER DOOR kit you'll receive step-by-step instructions for both of these projects plus at least three others.  Get your Corny Candy Corns PAPER DOOR kit today, this one is going to sell out fast!

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Goldfish Stained Glass

The Whimsy Stamps Stained Glass stamps are just so much fun and so easy to make a WOW card to send to friends and family.  I more often than not use Copic markers to color the Stained Glass stamps, and if you're intimidated by Copics these images are a great way to make you look like a pro without even trying.  

They are so easy because you simply stamp the image and color the sections, matte them onto a card base and they are done.  You don't even have to worry about blending with your Copics because the sections kind of does that for you.  They remind me of color by numbers and the result is always pretty.  If you haven't tried any of the Stained Glass Collection rubber stamps I urge you to do so, they are really a lot of fun!

Stained Glass Fish Rubber Cling Stamp
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Delightful Daisies

I love the new Delightful Daisies rubber background stamp from Whims Stamps, it also can be a sunflower stamp too ;o) which is my favorite flower.  What's your favorite flower?

I heat embossed the Delightful Daisies background with white embossing powder on watercolor paper.  Then I used distress inks to watercolor the flowers.

The gingham ribbon is a sneak peek from the upcoming Paper Door kit that will be releasing on September 10th so be sure to stay tuned for that ;).

To give this card a country farmhouse feel I used the Farmhouse Shiplap background stamp for the woodgrain on the bottom of the card.  And the perfect country feeling font for the sentiment is from the Farmhouse Wreaths clear stamp set. 

I hope you enjoyed my post today and I hope you are having fun with all the exciting new Whimsy Stamps products released this month!

*NEW Delightful Daisies Background Rubber Cling Stamp Farmhouse Wreaths Clear Stamps  Farmhouse Shiplap Background Rubber Cling Stamp

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Howling Night

EEEEeeeeee!!  I'm SO excited for the Whimsy Stamps Halloween release, it's my favorite release of the entire year!  And for my first post I'm sharing a spooky werewolf card with you today using the new Howling Night clear stamp set.

For the blood moon I cut a circle from a post-it note and secured it to a white piece of card stock.  Then I heavily sponged on some red, purple, green and black inks keeping the red just around the moon post-it mask.  I removed the post-it and lightly added a little red directly on the moon.

I used my Misti to stamp the werewolf and thicket arch multiple times so I could get a good saturation of black on those images.  I stamped the bats afterwards so I could get the best placement of those.
For the road sign I used the Sleepy Hallow set and colored it with copic markers and hand cut it out.  

I stamped the sentiment last, using Versafine black ink for a nice crisp inking.

and matted the completed Howling Night scene onto a black card base.  

If you love Halloween be sure to check out Whimsy's creepy and cute Halloween release there's something for every one! 

*NEW Howling Night Clear Stamps Sleepy Hollow Clear Stamps
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Addicted to Rubber Stamps and GlueDots!

Hi everyone, and thanks for hopping along with Glue Dots and Whimsy Stamps blog hop!  
There are lots of different prizes to be given away plus a $100 value Grand Prize too!

To enter into the giveaways, all you need to do is comment on EACH blog throughout the hop. Then for the grand prize, after you have commented on all stops along the way, use the linky tool on the last stop and enter your name and email address.
Winners will be randomly selected and will be announced on the Whimsy Blog on Monday 9/3/18.  Have FUN and enjoy the hop!!

And now to share with you my project...

I started out with a white 4 x 5 1/4 piece of card stock and used the Teardrop Stencil (this is such a cool stencil, it can be used for countless different looks) to sponge on distress inks (salty ocean & wilted violet).  Then I cut off a strip of it to use for the bottom of the card and used the leftover portion to stamp the t-shirt on.  

I stamped the t-shirt from the Addicted to Rubber Stamps set with Versafine Clair black ink.  This set has lots of options for you to customize your t-shirts with funny sentiments that are sure to give any stamper a giggle or two.

 I used a marker to color in the purple collar and other bands on the t-shirt and once I had everything  customized the way I wanted it I hand cut the shirt out and popped it up with foam tape.  


For the top purple panel I used the Wavy Edgers die and Shaker Maker Combo die to cut out the stitched circle opening and curved scalloped edge.  Then I matted everything onto a black card base.

The final touch was using Glue Dots to apply my sequins.  I love using Glue Dots for sequins because they aren't messy like liquid glues and there's no chance of glue seeping out onto the card.  Additionally I find with liquid glues that the sequins can pop off easily whereas you would need to pull off ones applied with Glue Dots.  I use the mini dots for most sequins but if they are still too big I can easily just cut them into a smaller size.

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