Thursday, September 25, 2014

Halloween Fall Fest, CQC260

Hi, Friends! I don't say this very often about my own creations but I love this card! These happy little Halloween friends just make me smile! I'm really loving this Fall Fest stamp set and I'm getting good mileage from it already.

When I saw this awesome color combo at ColourQ I immediately knew what I wanted to create with it. That's doesn't happen too often, either! 

One of the things I love about this set is that is photopolymer, and also that all the shapes have matching framelits. I used a framelit to cut the circle, too. So easy!

I used my new star mask and some modeling paste to create the embossed stars. The texture is awesome! 

Stampin' Up Products Used:
Stamp Sets: Fall Fest, Good Greetings
Card Stock: Night of Navy, Whisper White, Crumb Cake, Daffodil Delight
Ink Pads: Memento Tuxedo Black, Tangerine Tango, Crumb Cake
Tools: Big Shot, Circles and Fun Fall Framelits, Hearts & Stars Masks
Other: Liquitex Light Modeling Paste

So glad you stopped by today! Please leave me a comment!


  1. Oh my....this is as cute as can be. Now I am going to have to try some of that modeling paste! I made some homemade stuff, but it doesn't look as good as yours! Absolutely adorable!

  2. Love these smiling jack-o-lanterns! They almost appear to be singing! They make me smile!

  3. Hi sandy ohh this is so cute and a such a great Halloween card :)
    Vic x

  4. Sandy, you are so right to feel good about this card! It makes me smile and the little scene you have created under the stars is fabulous!

  5. What a great card. Love the stars, but mostly your layout. You don't always need black in a Halloween card. This brought a smile to my face, cute and fun.

  6. Love this cute Halloween card - and the modelling past stars are just gorgeous! I'm going to have to get me some of this!

  7. Awesome card Sandy! I too love this stamp set and will definitely be casing your card.

  8. I love how these Halloween images aren't in the least bit creepy - just cute. The star background looks amazing! Thanks for playing along with Colour Q!