No Stamping Halloween Card

I can't believe we have 6 weeks until Halloween. That still gives us plenty of time to create all our adorable cards, yummy treats, home decor and more!

Today we are making a Halloween card where we aren't using any stamps. We are using die cut, markers, blending brushes, and ink pads. That's it.

Remember when I showed you how easily you could create your own stencils using dies in this blog post? I die cut two images from the same die set. In that first project I used the banner die. This time we are using the large label background. Same technique, just a different size.

Now, don't blink – the rest of this card will go together fast!!!

We are using the little label and numbers from the newly released, limited-time available Warm Welcome bundle.

Then we are using the super cool house along with the bat dies from the the Scary Cute bundle.

The Halloween Card

Ready to see the project? Here it is!

Look at all that cute detail! Want to see my favorite part?

I LOVE the little bats and how they look like they are flying! So while I used Dimensionals behind the house, I gently folded the bat in half and used a dot of liquid glue just behind the middle of the bats.

For the 31, I HIGHLY recommend using Adhesive Sheets behind the numbers so you can easily add them to your small die cut label.

The colors that are blended into the homemade stencil are Daffodil Delight and Pumpkin Pie around the edges.

Some ink splattered from markers around the stenciled area and you are done!

Cute, simple, and easy to make on your own!

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Your Turn!

Thank you so much for stopping by! Be sure to get these awesome supplies ordered and get a jumpstart on your Halloween cards today! See you in the next project! XOXO, Meg

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