Thursday, October 28, 2010

Halloween Card Samples from the Stampin' Up! Baltimore Regional Seminar

Hi there My Stamping Friends, I'm sorry its been so long since I've posted. I've been busy booking workshops and showing my hostesses what to do to have the best party they can have.

Today I thought I'd post some photos from the Baltimore Regional. I got some of them from swapping, some are photos from cards that I liked and some are from the sample boards. I don't know who made all the cards, but if I have thier name I'll give them credit. If you're visiting my blog and you see one of your cards, let me know and I'll post your name and give you credit.

Here are some of my favorite mostly-Halloween cards from the Baltimore Regional:

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this one. What a great 'out of the box' card to give a couple for thier wedding. I can see using their wedding colors or even a little monogram on the towels. Very cute!! Plus, this card uses the Big Shot (my FAV tool from Stampin' Up!).

These next few cards use our Spider Web embossing folder and the Big Shot machine to make that great spider web impression on the front of this card. You have to feel the image to believe it. Its fantastic!

This card uses our Kooky Spooky die for the Big Shot to make the pumpkin and the hat and the boots from our Wicked Cool stamp set and the bat comes from our new Bitty Bat punch. Don't you love the Raven black lace trim? It adds just the right touch.

 I really like how this cardmaker layered the Designer Label Punch (hmmm, maybe Concord Crush cardstock? It's hard to tell in the photo) with the new Decorative Label Punch (black cardstock) over the new Raven black lace.

What an easy and creative way to make a spider. My kids will love making this card for a few friends for Halloween this weekend.

This card uses our Top Note die and circle punches to make a Ms. Frankenstein. The bow in her hair is adorable!

This spinner card (the pumpkin spins around) uses the House of Haunts stamp set, Wicked Cool for the 'Spooky' sentiment and the photo corner punch for corner accents. Its Spooky-riffic!

Here is another card that uses House of Haunts. So colorful and creepy at the same time.

Speaking of colorful....WOW! This looks like the shaving cream technique and uses the Wicked Cool stamp set for the hat and boots and a piece of cardstock for the cape. What a wonderful illusion!

Another use for the Wicked Cool stamp set. I love the 'shadow' for the moon and the bats flying in front of it.

Here is a erie card made with the Graveyard Gala stamp set. The gravestone was stamped on Basic Gray cardstock and cut out and layered on the card base. The trees in the corner are from the Lovely as a Tree stamp set. The clouds in front of the moon look fantastic!

I had to show you this cute dresser card. They used the Spider Web embossing folder and the boots and hat from the Wicked Cool stamp set. The design on the bottom of the dresser was made with the Curly Label Punch and the drawers are cardstock with brad 'knobs' and lifted up with dimensionals. Too stinkin' cute!

Hope you enjoyed today's card samples. If you have any questions about the cards I posted, feel free to e-mail or call me. If there is something you'd like to purchase you can contact me or you can shop 24/7 on my website by clicking here.

Have a great day!


  1. Rose-Ellen, Great blog and following you from the SC. Love all your cards. Bev

  2. Cool projects. I'm following you...