Hey crafty friends, Einat Kessler with a new Halloween project that I hope will inspire you!
It’s coming…. it’s almost here! The best, spooky, yummy holiday…Halloween! Is this your favorite holiday? Even though I don’t celebrate Halloween, I think this is a really fun holiday, not just for the kids. I have an amazing time coming up with spooky and creepy projects to create and this is no exception. Today I’m sharing a simple holiday card that can also be used as an invitation or a table seat card. If you create it in a larger scale it can be a wall hanging or even cut it to triangles and create a banner.
I took out all my Ann Butler Designs 1″ Faux Quilting stamps and the Tangelo and Lilac Ann Butler Designs Crafter’s inks and created this card. I stamped different stamps while changing the ink color to create a purple and orange pattern. You can organize all the stamps on a large acrylic block and then apply the ink randomly to create a less defined pattern. Then I added some black letter stickers and spelled the word Halloween. Finally I added two spiders to complete the spooky look of the card.
This is a really easy and fast card that you can create with your kids. You can use different sizes of Ann Butler Faux Quilting stamps and change the pattern. Just don’t forget to dry your ink with a heat tool to set the color so it will not smear. Have a spooktacular Halloween and don’t eat too many candies 🙂
Have fun creating!