Monster Treat Bags

I’m so happy to participate in a Fun Halloween YouTube Hop use Hashtag #shopyourstashmonstermash Hosted by Craft Collabs and Nancy May. This is a giveaway Hop. If chosen as a winner you will win a $30 Gift Card to A Colorful Life Designs. Must have Notifications on to be notified if you won. Must claim your prize within a week. *Like and Leave Kind Comments on Videos use the hashtag. Giveaway ends 10-22-21 11:59 EST. Winner chosen by Random. This Hop was to include shop your stash, Monsters, purple, and black. Use my code VonFan10 for 10% off your order at A Colorful Life Designs.

I made these cute Monster Treat Bags using Lawn Fawn’s Monster Mash Stamp Set and Die Set. I also use A Colorful Life Designs Tangled Web Stencil from the September Release I believe. I just ink blended with Black Soot Distress Oxide ink. I stamped the monster images on Hammermill cardstock 110lb and colored them in with Copic Markers. I cut them out with the coordinating dies.

I used some Glassine Bags with purple cardstock cut at 2 1/4 x 5 inches. I cut my stenciled panel with a circle die and glued everything together. I then added some pops of color for decoration. They were so fun to make and would be fun to make with kid. I hope you enjoy this fun Hop!

Thank you for watching and stopping by!

Products Used:

A Colorful Life Designs

Lawn Fawn Monster Mash Stamp

Lawn Fawn Monster Mash Dies

Misti stamping Tool

Wagner Heat Tool

Pressure Pal

Versafine Clair Nocturne ink

Hero Arts Clear Embossing Powder

Waffle Flower Crafts Additional Circle dies

White Glassine Treat Bags

A Colorful Life Designs Tangled Webs Stencil

Black Soot Distress Oxide ink

Simon Says Stamp Blending Brushes

Make Art Stay-tion

Bearly Art Glue

The Ink Stand Ink holder

Purple cardstock from stash cut to 2 1/4 x 5

Pops of Color Lilac

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Trick Or Treat!

Hi everyone! The Not 2 Shabby Shop has a New Digital Release today! This cute Halloween Gnome, so precious. I first printed him out on Neenah Solar White 80lb. cardstock. I then colored him in with my Copic Markers. I used a pencil to guide me some lines on his hat. I then fussy cut him out, so easy to do.

I wanted a fun background for him and I love how it came out. I hope you do too! I used some black heavy weight cardstock with Shaded Lilac Distress Paint, Dina Wakley Heather Media Gloss Spray, Dina Wakley Tangerine Gloss Spray, Picket Fence Distress Spray Stain. I then added some Silver Gilding flakes. So fun. I used some Gina K Designs white pigment ink with Circle Tone Mixed Media Stencil from Brutus Monroe, placed randomly on my panel. I cut this panel when dry with a Hero Arts Wood Frame Infinity Dies. I also ran it through again with orange cardstock. I stamped and heat embossed with Wow Opaque White Powder and Versamark ink on black cardstock using a sentiment from Taylored Expressions Mini Strips Halloween. I cut it out with the coordinating dies. I added my Gnome and sentiment with foam strips and added it to my panel. My panel was then added to a A2 black card base. I hope you like it. You can use Jamie for 10% off your order at the Not 2 Shabby Shop.

May Your Candy Bucket…

Hi everyone! Today I am so honored to be participating in a Mini Hop-lloween!!! If you came from Karen’s Blog you are in the right place! I also have the full lineup at the end.
We were to make a Halloween card using sequins. Easy Peasy Right?

I chose to use this cute Pumpkin Candy Bucket from Trinity Stamps called Harvest Candy and Flower Bucket Set. I used the traditional colors for the bucket. I did cut a few pieces of cardstock out for the layering on the inside to make it sturdy. I cut out a bunch of the candy using the dies from the die set. I thought it would be fun to use a sparkle blend from Doodles Paper Playground called You Make Me Batty. I added some of the sequins to my candy.

I used a Gina Marie Designs chain link Rectangle Die for my panel with pattern paper from my stash. I then used a sentiment from Trinity stamps called Autumn Sentiments which I stamped with Catherine Pooler Orange Twist ink and matted my sentiment with black cardstock. I then added some white gel accents with my Signo pen. Well that finishes my card, I hope you like my fun Halloween card.

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Next on the hop is Virginia

Here is the complete lineup in case you get lost.



Von Marie (that’s me)




Just Roll With It

Hi everyone! I have a card to share with you today. I used a Digi Stamp from the Not2Shabby Shop called Coffee Cart.

I wanted to make this Coffee Cart with a Halloween Theme. I went with the traditional Halloween Colors. I had this cart printed already from a while ago. I believe it is printed on Georgia Pacific 110lb paper. I used my Copic markers to color it in and then I fussy cut it out. I cut out a circle with my Mama Elephant Stacked Circle dies using Neenah Solar white cardstock 80lb. I did some ink blending on my circle with Pumice Stone Distress Oxide ink and my Cotton Tail Blender Brushes from TRHD. I then added my coffee cart with foam tape to my circle.

I used this scalloped rectangle from Sunny Studio Stamps Frilly Frames Dies that I cut out with Neenah cardstock and ink blended it again with Pumice Stone Distress oxide ink. I then used a bat Stencil from Newtons Nook called Flying Bats and I ink blended it with Black Soot Distress Oxide ink. I added my Coffee Cart/Circle with foam tape to that rectangle and then added it to a A2 side folding gray heavy weight Recollections Card Base. I cut two sentiments out from the stamp set and added one to the cart and another I cut into a flag and added it with foam tape. A Orange twine bow and black sequins were added, that finishes my card. I hope you like it. It’s nice to change a image to a match a certain theme. Thank you for stopping by!

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