Monday, October 21, 2019

Happy Haunting!

Hello!

My husband absolutely adores putting up blow-up decorations for Halloween and Christmas.  We are THAT house, with the yard full of brightly colored "balloons".  Yesterday, we dug out our Halloween decorations and put them up in the yard.






In the process, I realized, I had failed to share ANY Halloween cards with you this year!  I had a couple on my desk, but never had gotten around to showcasing them.  (And, thanks to yesterday's blog hop post, there is a coupon code for the stamps and dies I used on the Halloween cards that is good through today only!)  So, I thought I would pop in quickly and share the images and supplies I used, so you can get these items on their way to you in time for Halloween.
I used the Happy Haunting Stamps, and Happy Haunting Dies on these cards.  In addition, I used the Pumpkin to Talk About Stamps for my sentiments, and the Spiderwebs Dies on the second card.  All of the supplies used are listed at the bottom of the post.  


While I chose not to stamp the color into the Happy Haunting images, these images are a "two step" stamp, that allows you to stamp the outline AND the color for the image.  This makes these super easy to stamp out a bunch, die cut them, and then add them to the candy you are passing out on Halloween as a little way to dress up the candy.

I hope you enjoyed these fun, cute, and SUPER easy cards to have for Halloween. 


Thanks for stopping by!


Supplies Used:
Use this easy list to find the products I used in my projects. (Contains affiliate links - where I earn a commission from purchases made from my links, at no cost to you. Your support helps me keep this blog going, and continue to create - Thank you! Affiliates and disclosures can be found here.) Please note, when possible, I try to offer multiple sources for the items I use. Products with two or more logos - underneath, or on the side, give you options of where to purchase, in case the item has sold out at one shop. To visit the first store, click on the photo of the item. To visit the second (or greater) source, click the logo for the second shop - you will still be taken directly to the product. 

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