Stampendous! 31 Days of Halloween Blog Hop


Day 17

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Blog CoverHello and Happy Wednesday Crafty Friends!  I am excited to be part of the Stampendous! 31 Days of Halloween Blog Hop:)  This is day 17 and today I am sharing a project with the Halloween Hats stamp and die set.  For my sentiment I am using the Big Words Thanks stamp set along with the Bricks stencil:) I switched it up a bit and used my Prisma Color Pencils to color in my images, love the bold color of them:) All month long Stampendous is sharing some fantastic projects, I encourage you to check it out over at the Stampendous Blog, Just Click Here:) You can watch how I made this card on my YouTube Channel, Just Click Here!


There will be prizes for folks that link a Halloween project to our linky tool (thank you House-Mouse and Friends Challenge blog for the use of the tool!).  Please note all entries MUST have a U.S. Mailing address to win. The only limitations on the projects is that it must be family-friendly. Of course we’d love it if you use Stampendous products on there somewhere, but it’s not required, and there is no purchase required to enter or win. However, your email and name will be collected if collected if you enter.


Happy Crafting to You!

20 thoughts on “Stampendous! 31 Days of Halloween Blog Hop

  1. Loved your video and am your newest follower there! Love the brick background on your fabulous card!! Great large sentiment: You are fabulous!! Such fun inspiration!


  2. Tina you never cease to amaze me! You always seem to think outside the box and your projects are a reflection of that! I never miss a You Tube video in fact my daughter and I watch together. We go through with drawls on the days when you don’t post lol. Your card today is another winner the coloring, the balance and that fabulous BG. I love those pumpkins so cute tfs another wonderful creation. Now I have to wait until my daughter gets home from work to watch.


  3. I’m very impressed with your blending… I really thought your pumpkins were watercolor but SURPRISE, they were colored pencil. AND your brick color combining & blending with the distress oxides. Very nice and cute card. What tool did you use to add your embellishments?

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