Happy Halloween Card with Emerald Creek Supplies

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Emerald Creek Supplies Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more HERE!

Hi Emerald Creek Supplies Fans!!!
Pam here today sharing with you some “Freaky Fun”!
Today I created a Happy Halloween Card using lots of  Emerald Creek Supplies Halloween stamps!!!
They go perfectly with the “Freaky Fun” theme.
I hope you join us in the Freaky Fun Dare Challenge…
SO…
Get those ghosts, goblins and maybe some New Orleans type items and create something fabulous to share with us.
Make sure to link up your Freaky Fun projects on the Emerald Creek Dare Blog!

Begin your Happy Halloween by applying  Broken China and Seedless Preserves Distress Ink on white card stock using a blending tool.

Stamp Batrick Stamp, Boo Stamp and Web Stamp on prepared card stock with black ink.

Adhere stamped paper to black card stock; adhere to card base.
Die cut fence and adhere to top of card along with pattern paper borders.

Stamp Batrick Stamp to inked card stock; fussy cut images out. Add to front of card with pop dots.

Stamp Head Light Stamp to pattern paper with black ink. Color with markers.

Fussy cut the colored Head Light Stamp out and layer together with pop dots. Add to front of card.

Add “Happy Halloween” sticker to front of inked pattern paper. Add to front of card along with one of the Spider Charm and twine bow.

I hope you have been inspired to create something for
Emerald Creeks Supplies Freaky Fun Dare Challenge
REMEMBER…
to entered your project on the Emerald Creeks Supplies Dare Blog…HERE!!!
Use the InLinkz on the Emerald Creek Supplies Blog. Remember to follow the challenge rules as posted on the right sidebar of the blog, in order to be eligible.

 The winner receives a $50 Gift Certificate for the Emerald Creek Craft Supplies Shop and the top 3 Special Mentions receive a badge to post on their blog and a 20% off discount code for the shop.
Emerald Creek Supplies:
Other Supplies:
Sizzix Gothic Fence
Tombow Markers
SRM Halloween Sticker
MayArts Twine Ribbon
Tiny Attacher
Adhesive
Pop Dots

Haunt It with Stampendous and Tombow

 Hi it is Dreamweaver Thursday and I am excited to share with you my Haunt It Card made with Translucent Embossing Paste.
 I began by first spraying Memories Mist Eau De Pansy to white card stock.
Allow it to dry.
 Apply the Translucent Embossing Paste using Dreamweaver Houndstooth Stencil and palette knife. 
Allow it to dry. Adhere to card base.
Stamp Fiesta image to front of sprayed translucent piece using black ink.
 Stamp the Witchy Leg cupcake, legs and sentiment images to watercolor paper. 
Stamp a second image of the cupcake and skirt on watercolor paper.
 Color with Tombow Dual Markers. 
Fussy cut out and place on top of other prepared image.
 Adhere pattern paper strip to front of card. Mat pattern paper, wrap with ribbon, 
 adhere to top of card front. 
 Place prepared colored image on mats with pop dots.
Add purple button to strip. 
I am so glad you stopped by and hope you enjoyed my Haunt It Card using Translucent Embossing Paste along with the Dreamweaver Houndstooth Stencil .
Hugs Pammejo
Supplies: 

Stampendous/Dreamweavers Design Team
I’m so happy to be a Stampendous Design Team Member and help promote their wonderful products. They so generously supply us with so many free goodies like this …. Stamps, Embossing Powder, Ink, Stamp Blocks, Paper that I’m using today.

Sweet Sunflower of Fall

 Hi!!! Today I am giving you a little preview of a fabulous week working with Tombow Products!!! Are you excited!!! I sure am and will be sharing with you this week some of my cards using markers and recycle pencils. 
So let’s begin with me sharing a Sunflower Card since we are going into Fall.
 I began by cutting a piece of pattern paper, inked the edges with ColorBox Chestnut Roan ink.
Stamp the top using an image from the Fiesta Cling Stamp Set.
 Stamp the Sunflower image on to watercolor paper, using Tombow Dual Markers and the “Direct to Paper Technique” color image in. Using Tea Dye Distress Ink, ink edges after your image is colored.
(The ‘direct to paper’ method is just that, add the color to the paper.
Blend it out using water and a brush. Tombow markers
blend very easily enabling you to get many
shades from each marker. Simply add the
colors to the image)
 Apply Dreamweaver Crackle Embossing Paste using stencil and palette knife.
 Allow Crackle Embossing Paste to dry. Add scallop border and pattern paper strip to top of card.
 Stamp sentiment on front of card. Mat colored image on to brown pattern paper, place on card front with pop dots. Add brown twine bow and small enamel dots.
I hope you enjoyed my Sunflower card using Tombow Markers. 
 Make sure to check out all the beautiful Tombow inspired projects that are being shared by the Stampendous Design Team all week long.

 Don’t forget to check out the Stampendous Store and projects
Hugs Pammejo
Supplies: 
Stampendous/Dreamweavers Design Team

I’m so happy to be a Stampendous Design Team Member and help promote their wonderful products. They so generously supply us with so many free goodies like this …. Stamps, Embossing Powder, Ink, Stamp Blocks, Paper that I’m using today.