Holiday Catalog Favorites
No doubt my list of favorites is very long with the Holiday Catalog.
In fact, my list is kinda obnoxious. I couldn’t help it. I wanted it all.
Where Do I Start?
After looking through my catalog and thinking how to tackle my favorites one that kept coming to my mind was Halloween.
When the Holiday Catalog rolls out for demonstrators to get a first look, I always go to the Halloween section to see what peeks my interest. I am never disappointed.
In fact I get a little giddy when I see the Halloween products.
For today’s Creation Station Blog Hop I want to share one of my favorite Halloween sets this year and a few sets that compliment it SO well.
Cookie Cutter Halloween
I’ve created three fun cards using a few different images from the Cookie Cutter Halloween in conjunction with the Spooky Fun stamp set. Another set that is perfect addition for Halloween crafting is the Ghoulish Grunge.
This vampire is absolutely adorable and the coordinating Cookie Cutter Builder punch makes this set a breeze to create with.
By using the Lots of Labels framelits I created a tomb stone and a simple circle framelit to create a moon.
When you look closely to the right of the card you can see the brick background stamp found in the Ghoulish Grunge stamp set. Love how this coordinates with the Halloween Night Specialty Designer Series Paper.
Can a Mummy Be Cute?
Well, this little mummy is adorable and super easy to stamp and color. I did a simple watercolor wash over him using my Blender Pen and Sahara Sand ink.
Once again I used the same stamp sets to coordinate with the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set to create this card.
Adding some googlie eyes just made this mummy come alive.
The layers were added using dimensionals.
Far From Scary Scarecrow
Can this scarecrow be any cuter? The little details are perfection and easy to color using a Blender Pen or Aqua Painter.
I grabbed two of my favorite stamp sets to create a greeting for this card; Labeler Alphabet and Sunshine Sayings.
I added a few extra embellishments such as Linen Thread and a few doilies to give it a little texture. All are kept together with a simple stapler
There is no doubt this stamp set will go down as one of my favorites in the Holiday catalog. One of the reasons I also love this set is the punch also coordinates with the Cookie Cutter Christmas. Two sets and a ton of uses. That’s GREAT news.
Now, what is your favorite? I’d love to hear from you. Which stamp set or product do you love? Let me know in the comments.
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