Love to Craft? Join my Dazzling Divas team!

Love to Craft? Join my Dazzling Divas team!

wcmd-3Hey everyone! Time for sneak peek #3 for our World Card Making Day event. Isn’t this little scarecrow cute??? I love scarecrows because I think they are the perfect harvest icon! I actually cased this card from fellow demonstrator Patty Bennett.

When I sat down to create an exact version of her card, I realized I didn’t have the right Designer Series Paper, so I decided to create my own by using the pumpkin and sentiments stamp from the September Paper Pumpkin kit. I just love the two step pumpkin stamps. Then I added a strip of Old Olive card stock that I used the new Best Badge Punch to create the scallop. Who would have thought that you could use a badge shape to make a scallop? Well, someone did and it worked perfectly. The polka dot paper is actually created using one of the new Seasonal Masks and sponging Pumpkin Pie ink on the Pumpkin Pie card stock. So cute and super easy to do! I used a scalloped circle from the Layering Circle Framelits to cut a piece of the Pumpkin Pie Glimmer Paper. The scarecrow is from the Halloween Cookie Cutter stamp set and I used Cajun Craze, Marina Mist, Old Olive, and Sahara Sand and a blender pen to color him The heart patch is colored with a Real Red Stampin’ Marker and the straw is colored with a Crushed Curry marker. Then I added some Old Olive enamel dots from the Halloween Night Enamel Dot set.

So, for those that don’t know what Paper Pumpkin is, it’s a monthly craft kit subscription from Stampin’ Up! that comes each month, also know as happy mail for me! It can be treat packaging, like September’s kit, may be a card kit, or even home decor. Whatever the kit is, is includes everything you need to complete the project, in, stamp set, card stock, adhesive, and a step-by-step instruction sheet that makes it very easy to complete your kit. It’s great for a new crafter, a seasoned crafter short on time or just likes to get all things crafty, whichever you are, this kit is a perfect fit.


Here is what the finished kit looks like for September, it’s called Something Good to Eat. Isn’t it cute? Perfect for coworkers or for the kids. It makes 16 treat holders. And, did you know that we are in the final 11 days of the BOGO sale for Paper Pumpkin? That’s right, you have until October 10th to take advantage of the sale. As a new subscriber you will qualify to purchase your October kit at $19.95 plus tax and then your November kit is free! Can’t beat that! If you would like to give it a try, go here to sign up. If you are tired of only getting junk mail or bills in the mail, give this a shot to get some happy mail for a change. Then when you get that little orange box, take a “me” break and enjoy some crafting. Best. Therapy. Ever.

Well, I hope you like my scarecrow, not sure which I like more, him or the elf. Good thing I get to make more of both! If you would like to make them too, you can place an order for the supplies here and if you use Hostess Code PEN7AKMY I’ll send you a pack of handmade cards. Place an order of $50.00 or more and I’ll include a pack of Rhinestone Basic Jewels too. Everyone can always use more bling!

I thank you for stopping by and hope you have a great evening.

Supplies Used:

  • Card stock: Very Vanilla, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive; Designer Series Paper: Pumpkin Pie Glimmer Paper
  • Stamp sets: Halloween Cookie Cutter, Something Good to Eat
  • Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Cajun Craze Old Olive, Crumb Cake, Marina Mist, Jet Black Staz On; Stampin’ Write Markers: Real Red, Crushed Curry
  • Embellishments: Halloween Night Enamel Dots
  • Tools: Stampin’ Trimmer, Big Shot, Layering Circle Framelits, Cookie Cutter Builder Punch, Best Badge Punch, Seasonal Decorative Mask, Stamping Sponges, Blender Pens
  • Adhesive: Fast Fuse, Stampin’ Dimensionals