Saturday, September 29, 2018

Halloween and Fall Theme Blog Hop


Welcome to the Team Stamp It Group Halloween Theme Blog Hop.  
Whether you started the blog hop with my blog or "hopped" over to my blog from one of my teammates blog, I am happy you stopped by.
It's hard to believe that September is almost over and Halloween is almost here.  The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting cooler.

I had so much fun in June making the 4th of July shadow box that I decided 
for this "hop" I would make a Halloween shadow box using the 
Toil and Trouble Suite.  
  If you have not checked out the Toil and Trouble Suite you really need to.  
Using the Cauldron Bubbles Stamp set with the coordinating Cauldron Framelits dies and the Toil and Trouble Designer Series Paper made making this shadow box especially quick and easy. 
The spider web is one of the dies in the set, as well as, the spider trinket.
The witches hat is one of the Cauldron Framelits dies.
All of the background paper is from the Toil and Trouble Designer Series Paper.
The background paper for the shadow box base and for this square is called Gorgeous Grape and is available as a single color cardstock pack or as part of the Toil and Trouble cardstock pack.  The Toil and Trouble cardstock pack comes with a total of four colors of cardstock that coordinate with the 
Toil and Trouble Suite.  
Both the cauldron and the cat are framelit dies that are included in the set and coordinate perfectly with the Toil and Trouble Designer Series Paper.
The bats were cut out using the Spooky Bats punch.  These bats were punched out of Black foil sheets, however, this punch matches perfectly with the bat paper in the Toil and Trouble Designer Series Paper pack.
The witch and her broom are part of the coordinating Cauldron framelits dies and matching Designer Series Paper.
 Click here for instructions on how to make this sampler. All of the products I used to make this card are available at my online store.
  
I hope you enjoyed visiting my blog and looking at my projects.  I would love it if you would leave a comment or subscribe to my blog.  As an added incentive, if you leave a comment on my blog and include your name and #stampitcontest in your comment, your name will be entered into a drawing to win the 
Lots of Happy Card Kit.  The Lots of Happy card kit is one of the all-inclusive card kits that are offered by Stampin' Up! and includes everything you need except the adhesive.

The winner of last month's Team Stamp It August Blog Hop 
was Cathy Veverka!



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45 comments:

  1. #stampitcontest Love all these cards Pam :) Such a sweet bundle! Marianne McGinnis

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  2. Awesome card Pam! LOVE IT! thank you for sharing

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  3. Very cute card. Thanks for sharing #stampitcontest

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  4. Your projects are adorable, Pam! 🧡

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  5. Wow! Lots of work
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  6. #stampitcontest
    . Never thought of using shadow boxes for cards. Used it in scrapbooking. This is a great way to showcase small stamps in a set.

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  7. #stampitcontest - what an awesome shadow box - using pieces, parts or the whole thing gives endless ideas to make a Halloween decoration for the wall - for cards - and or for scrapbooking - thank you so much for sharing, this is awesome !!

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  8. Awesome card - going to give it a try! TFS
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  9. Cute shadow box project.
    #stampitcontest

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  10. Love this layout.
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  11. Cute Halloween shadow box project. #stampitcontest

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  12. Love the color combination.
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  13. #stampitcontest, what a cute sampler, thanks for sharing

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  14. #stampitcontest Great use of the Toil & Trouble DSP to create a fabulous shadow box of Halloween.

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  15. #STAMPITCONTEST
    GREAT USE OF THE NEW DSP

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  16. #stampitcontest, this sampler card is adorable love the idea and the suite lends itself to this type of card ty.

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  17. Lovin' your shadow box design. #stampitcontest

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  18. What a delightful Halloween collage card. tyfs #stampitcontest

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  19. One of my favorite bundles #stampitcontest

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  20. #stampitcontest Love the blog hop! Cute card!

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  21. I love how you did this card, it is so cute. Thanks
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  22. You are so talented. #stampitcontest

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  23. This is really cute! I think if you framed it in glass, you could adhere the spider trinkets to the outside of the glass with a glue dot. I love how it showcases all the paper. Very cute! #stampitcontest

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  24. #stampitcontest
    Thank you for the chance to win!

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  25. #stampitcontest
    This set is adorable, I love how you used so many elements

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