FMS251-another card for some Spooky Fun

This is my second FMS251 card from the weekend. This one is a Halloween one using the new Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set (available starting September 1 in the new Holiday catalog!). I love these guys! This is my second card using this stamp set, my first one was the mummy (see it here if you missed it). I used my retired Happy Haunting DSP from last year.


I stamped the bowtie and cut it out to pop it up on a dimensional. Then I also colored his armbands with the same Tangelo Twist maker. I used the Woodland embossing folder to add the eerie Halloween forrest (it’s hard to see, but in person it stands out). Here’s the FMS251 sketch, I really had a great time this past weekend creating my entry cards for the challenge.FMS251

Here’s the supplies I used for this card:


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4 Responses to FMS251-another card for some Spooky Fun

  1. JB Stamper says:

    You’re so sweet Deepa, glad I could contribute to your inspiration! And you are so creative on your own, you also amaze me with your wonderful projects!


  2. Rita says:

    Can vampires be cute? Because that little guy sure is! Fun mix of patterns and texture too! Thanks for playing with us at Freshly Made Sketches.


  3. Deepa M. says:

    I love that little vampire, he is adorable!! Last year’s halloween paper had some great patterns, I think I have a pack or two laying around I need to open and use up. Your card layout is just perfect, that sketch is going into my inspiration file.


  4. karrenj says:

    Adorable card! Such a fun and cute card and I love that patterned paper. Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.


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