Tuesday, October 19, 2021


 Hi everyone!
I hope you are having a wonderful day so far!
It has been so warm in my area but the weather is starting to turn a bit cooler and it is finally starting to feel a bit like Fall. Yay!! Has it been unseasonably warm in your area as well?

I wanted to pop in real quick and share another Halloween card that I made using some fun little ghosts.
Here is a look at my card:

I love these little ghosts from Gerda Steiner and thought it would be cute to try and create a little scene where one ghost is "dressed up" for Halloween and pranking his little friend. My card was really pretty simple and since they are ghosts, involved very little coloring  so it was a bit on the faster side of things from start to finish. I started out by layering my cardbase with some fun patterned papers from Doodlebug. I stamped my ghosts onto a square piece of white cardstock, colored them with my Copic markers and popped it onto my card front with foam tape.  I added a bit of shimmer by diecutting a purple glitter frame and adhering it on top of my white square. I stamped my greeting and used a word bubble die to cut it out, popping it up with more foam tape. I completed my card by adding a fun little orange bow, some confetti stars and purple Nuvo drops. How fun! These little ghosts just make me smile lol!

**Copic Colors Used**
--Ghosts: B0000, B000, R000, R00--
--Hat: V12, V15, N5, N9--

I would like to join along with the following challenges:

Thank you so much for stopping by today and taking a look at my latest creation!
I really appreciate it!
I hope you have a great crafty day!

Products Used:
  • Cardstock: White (Hammermill), Glitter & Black (Recollections)
  • Patterned Paper: Pumpkin Party (Doodlebug)
  • Stamps: Ghosts (Gerda Steiner)
  • Dies: Fun Size Scallop Stitched Bow Die (My Creative Time), Stitched Square Scallop Frame (MFT), Word Bubble Dies (Jaded Blossom)
  • Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black
  • Misc.: Foam Tape, Cruched Grape Nuvo Drops, Clear Wink of Stella.


Suzanne Reynolds said...

Oh, love those ghosts, especially the peek-a-boo one... adorable images and nicely layed out card... super cute. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble. Would love you to share this with our partner for this challenge at Cupcake Inspirations "Halloween Fun" and you can join them at: http://cupcakeinspirations.blogspot.com/2021/10/cupcake-inspirations-challenge-530.html

Nora Noll said...

I love your fun use of pattern paper on this card. Those little ghosts made me smile!!! The little bow is the perfect touch!! Thank you for playing with us at Cupcake Inspirations Challenge!!

DT Member

Donna Scholz said...

Stacy, what an adorable Halloween card!!! I love how you used those light Copic shades to give the ghosts dimension against the white background. Now I'm going to have to head to the craft store and get some of those multiple "0" blue and red markers! Great job! Your color choices are wonderful for your papers, too! Thank you for sharing your card and creative talents with us at Double Trouble for our Halloween challenge!!! -Donna

Suze said...

What a fun card Stacey. I had a giggle at one ghost being scared by the other ghost! Thank you for entering the Anything Goes Challenge at Lil Patch of Crafty Friends.

Kim said...

Super cute and fun! I love the black and white striped background too! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at Polkadoodles.

Kellianne said...

This is absolutely adorable and I just love it!! Thank you for playing along with us at Double Trouble! :)

Ilonka said...

A beautiful Card, Thanks for sharing it with us at the Lil Patch of Crafty Friends Challenge.
Hugs Ilonka DT

Anila Dikay said...

Aww... those Ghost cuties are so adorable. Beautiful card
Thank you for playing along with the Cupcake Inspirations challenge
Anila DT

Kanan Pandya said...

Beautiful card.Love all the pretty mix of patterns and details. Thank you for playing along with us over at Cupcake Inspirations. Kanan DT

Melanie R said...

Such a fun, delightful Halloween card, Stacey! Great use of the patterned paper and colors. Thank you for joining us at Double Trouble #95.

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