The tag was created with the Stampin’ Rewards Mixed Medley Stamp Set. ‘For you’ was stamped in Rich Razzleberry and the spider web stamped in Black StazOn Ink. I punched these out quickly with Circle punches. And the tag were layered on a circle Rich Razzleberry cardstock.
Remember the angry bird purse? – well, what about Halloween! These Halloween purses were inspired by projects created by Missi Roeber and featured in the September exclusive Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator magazine.
Each little purse has it’s own little personality and each started with the Big Shot and the Petite Purse Bigz Die.
Let’s start with Frankie! I started by die cutting the Petite Purse Die in Lucky Limeade. Then I used a white gel pen to trace the lid on the back side of black cardstock. Then I hand trim his hair with Paper Snips to fit over the lid.
The eyes were punched with circle punches and highlighted with white gel pen. I punched the nose from the corner of a square punch. Black Glimmer Brads were added for bolts and the mouth and stitching were hand drawn with a black Stampin’ Write Marker. The edges of the box and the nose were sponged with black ink.
Jacko the Jack-O-Lantern is Tangerine Tango embossed with the Stripes Embossing Folder. When you use the embossing folder on the purse, you’ll need to run it through twice, once for the front and once for the back, lining up the stripes with the bottom fold line of the purse. After embossing, I sponged it with Tangerine Tango ink to bring out the stripes. The mouth was created with the Extra-Large Oval Punch, punching out the ‘teeth’ with paper snips. The eyes and nose were punched with the Petite Pennants Builder Punch and trimmed to size.
Batko the Halloween bat was created with the Petite Pennants Builder Punch and the Extra Large Oval Punch and the ¾” & ½” circle punches or his eyes. To create his wings, I first punched two ovals and then punched small circles from the bottom edges. The wings are then adhered to the back of the purse.
View the video for step-by-step instructions on creating the sparkly punch art witch hat to decorate Halloween cards and other goodies! Click here to view the original post with supply list for this card.
This simple box is made with a half a sheet of paper measuring 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. This box was embossed with the Spider Web Embossing Folder. To emboss the box you’ll need to emboss it twice, running it through the Big Shot once on each side before assembling the box.
There are several options for closing up the top; you can use ribbon or a topper. In this sample the top was folded in and secured with a Glimmer Brad, then the tag was hung from the brad.
Punches make quick work for tag creation!
This cute spider would look adorable with googlie eyes! And the adhesive backed googlie eyes available in the Holiday Catalog would make that quick to do, but in this case I colored his eyes with a So Saffron marker to add just a tinge of color.
RIBBON SPECIAL! Don’t forget to order during the month of September and receive FREE ribbon (value $8.95) for every $40 in product ordered. What does that mean? For example, if you purchase the Simply Scored Scoring Tool and Diagonal Plate you would earn a Free spool of ribbon. If you purchase the Big Shot, you’ll receive 2 spools of ribbon. If your total order is over $150 you would earn 3 spools of ribbon PLUS $25 in Stampin’ Rewards FREE product. Questions? Let me know.
First I created the iridescent textured black card stock by stamping the Circle Circus stamp with VersaMark ink repeatedly on black card stock and then heat embossing it with Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder.
I used the embossed card stock to create this witch’s hat. I punched the top of the hat with the Petite Pennants Builder Punch and the brim with the Extra-Large Oval Punch. After I punched the oval for the brim, I fed it back into the punch and trimmed off about 1/4″ from the bottom of the oval. Don’t discard this trimming! I used the trimmed edge to round the bottom of the pennant punch and finish the top of the hat.
After the hat was assembled, I finished the edges with a line of Dazzling Details glitter glue and added a thick band of glitter glue to the hat band. The trim of glitter glue really added a lot to the finished hat. The hat was adhered with Stampin’ Dimensionals for more pop!
I stamped the Happy Halloween greeting from Teeny Tiny Wishes and created the banner with the Bitty Banner Framelit. Remember you can use post it notes to keep your framelit in place while you run it through the Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine. By curling the tag with the bone folder first I was able to adhere the ends to create dimension. (Don’t curl the tag if you are mailing.)
The rick rack was cut from the International Bazaar Designer Series Paper with the Tasteful Trim Bigz XL Die. You can’t tell from the pictures, but I ran the Rich Razzleberry trim across the top of the VersaMark pad and embossed it with Iridescent Ice ep.