31 Nights of Halloween - Night 26 - Special Guest Jen Shults

Hi everyone! It's Jen Shults with you, and I am so excited to be back again for another night of Whimsy Stamps' 31 Nights of Halloween Blog Celebration!! I am so in love with all of the adorable Halloween stamps from Whimsy that I actually have two projects to share with you tonight.


My first card features this adorable zombie from Boo To You. I started by stamping the zombie on white cardstock with Tuxedo Black ink and coloring him with Copics. I fussy cut him and set him off to the side.


To build the background I used a rectangle masking stencil to ink blend the rectangle with Black Soot, Faded Jeans and Seedless Preserves Distress Oxide ink. I then splattered with water and the same inks. I used my Score Pal to score lines around the rectangle and the edge of the card. I stamped the sentiment on black cardstock with Versamark and embossed with white embossing powder. I die cut the sentiment with a banner die and adhered it to the background with foam tape, then I attached the zombie overlapping the banner, again with foam tape.


My second card uses the super adorable Going Catty clear stamp set. There are so many cute stamps in this set - I can't wait to use the scaredy cat!


To start my card I stamped the pumpkin cat on white cardstock with Tuxedo Black ink and colored it with Copic Markers. Next I fussy cut the image and set it aside to start the background.


I cut an A2 medium grey cardbase and used a spider web stencil to ink a subtle spider web on the cardbase. I cut two deckle edge rectangles, one from light grey and one from black cardstock. I stenciled a brick texture on the light grey with light grey ink. For the circle behind the cat I die cut a stitched circle and blended purple ink over the circle in a dark to medium gradient. I stamped the sentiment on the light grey and assembled the card with foam tape.


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Thanks, Jen, for those adorable projects!  We'll see you back here tomorrow evening for more Halloween fun!

15 comments

  1. your cards are gorgeous - LOVE the first one - thanks for sharing the idea for creating embossed lines around the image - very inspiring

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  2. Absolutely ADORABLE! I LOVE that Frankenstein!

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  3. Cute cards. I love the Going Catty set with the cute pumpkin and cat. [Bunny]`

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  4. Frankenstein's Monster is very cute, with his goofy tooth!!!! Nice coloring :)

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  5. How adorable these cards
    are! So cute and love
    the scored background.
    Carla from Utah

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  6. Love your fun zombie card, and the kitty and pumpkin image is adorable! Great cards!

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  7. The embossed bg on the first card really adds so much to the overall effect. Makes your cute little monster really pop! :)

    Of course cats and pumpkins are crucial to Halloween, and your card with them is so much fun! Gorgeous coloring on each of these projects.

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  8. These are so frightfully fun images and of course,
    you have colored them beautifully. I love the splatters.

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  9. You could not have picked two of the most cutest images to create card with. I adore the cat but Mr. Frankenstein is so stinkin' cute, that it's scary!

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  10. Two fun and cute projects! I especially love the Frankenstein! :)

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  11. These are both SUPER cute, thanks for being a great special guest for us!

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  12. FRIGHTFULLY DELIGHTFUL cards!
    LOVE your images and colouring!
    THANK YOU for sharing your INKY AWESOMENESS :)

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  13. These are so adorable! Love your coloring and fun backgrounds!

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  14. The scoring around lil Frank is a really great touch! I often do not think to do little tricks like that, so thank you for showing us how great of an impact it makes! Love the spider web on your second card! Both are truly spooky fab fun! Great Halloween work!!!

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