Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Part 3: STAMPlorations 7th Birthday Celebration

 Hi there and welcome crafty friends!

It's Day 3 of the 


 I made a goofy Halloween card using a stencil in a different way:

 [This post contains affiliate links. When you click on the STAMPlorations store link below and place an order, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.]

When I turned the
Abstract April Showers stencil upside down, I realized that the 
images kind of looked like ghosts. I decided to create a

fun panel, blending white pigment ink through the stencil, then adding

googly eyes to many of my 'ghosts'.
 All I added were a few strips of card stock and some glittery alpha stickers to 

finish my card!

I hope that you will help us celebrate and join in the festivities!

For all the details on how to win some amazing prizes, please

visit the STAMPlorations post here.

If you happen to place an order at the STAMPlorations store, 

 feel free to use my personal discount code,


for an extra 20% off! (FYI, if you use my code when

you place an order, you'll also receive this not-yet-released stencil,

Just Plaid square 10 mil stencil!

Make sure you visit my teammates blogs and comment for

a chance at winning some fabulous prizes!

Thanks for stopping by!

CS: TE; Darice
Accessories: ARTplorations - Abstract April Showers stencil; finger dauber; Nicole - googly eyes; Anna Griffin - alpha stickers
Ink: ColorBox/Susan K. Weckeser - Snow
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Ranger - MMM




  1. Excellent use of googly eyes :) My grandkids and I use them pretty frequently :) I love the ghosts.

  2. What a precious card; I just love it. Quite clever too.

  3. What a great way to use the stencil. They make the perfect ghosts!!!

  4. Super fun and creative way to use that stencil!!!

  5. Brilliance! Totally perfect googly-eyed ghosts!

  6. Very clever use of the die! Fun card!

  7. Love those googly eyes - such a fun card!

  8. Oh, my goodness, this is so cute!! I don't "do" Halloween, but it doesn't mean I can't appreciate someone's genius and this is pure genius!! Way to think outside the box and the goodly eyes are just too perfect!

  9. Spooky fun--love the googly eyes.


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