On these pages you will find the awesome projects created by our fabulous Inspiration Team. At Blank Page Muse, formerly Sin City Stamps, we are proud to offer deep etched red rubber stamps, hand made in the USA. From vintage to grunge and many themes in between, come check out our awesome stamp line! Want to get stamps made from your own designs? We can help, contact us!
Orange and black card stock, pre cut card frames, washi tape, gelli plate left overs, black stamp ink
Cut the left over gelli prints in squares and mat them on black card stock
Stamp the images on the squares and glue them to the die cut card frames
Adhere the die cut card frames to the card base
Decorate with washi tape
Stamp a sentiment or skeleton key on the die cut card base or/and on the card
That's it folks, super quick and easy, enjoy making them yourselves and please do show us the results on the facebook fan page. There are lots more Halloween stamps in the shop here, and of course you can use this idea for other Holiday cards too.
If you need an idea for a cute Halloween card, then take note how I used some non-holiday stamps to design a friendly Halloween card. I used a quirky "hello" stamp and a cute kitty to create my Halloween card. Check out your stamp collection, think outside the box, and see which
designs you already have that can be used for multiple occasions by
simply changing the colors.
Use some nice bright colours for this creation - we are not creating spooky - we are creating fun and semi cute LOL!!! Cover the tag set with colour using your sponges.
Next grab a stencil and a fresh baby wipe and "remove" some of the ink through the stencil. Be careful you don't rub too hard and start to remove the layer of card - just aim for a subtle look. I chose this stencil as it matched the stamp from the Background Grunge Set perfectly!!
Next use a stamp of your choice from the Sin City Background Grunge Set and use a couple of different coloured ink to stamp randomly over all of the background.
Using one of the colours on your background edge the tag with a sponge including the "join" between each tag. I think edging with colour always gives a "finished" look.
Gather your collage elements and fussy cut - can be a little bit fiddly but worth the effort in the end!
Start arranging them on the background so you can work out where to adhere some "cobwebs" and sticky mesh for effect.
Tie some fibres through the hole of each tag to complete.
I hope you have enjoyed this little Halloween creation!
Make sure you keep checking back here at the blog for more DT inspiration - especially with Halloween coming up!!