Here are two Halloween Cards using the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper (DSP) and a retired stamp set Spooky Cat. I don't normally use retired products but the DSP was on the Clearance Rack - yooo hooo! Unfortunately it sold out while I was finishing these samples.
So, if you nabbed the paper while it was on sale I hope these provide some design approaches for using it. If not if you're in the Cocoa Beach Card Club you might have an opportunity to make one of these during the September Card Club meeting.
Using clear embossing powder (far left) and gold embossing powder the image was stamped and embossed then colored with a variety of glimmer paints.
Have you ever spent hours pinning, looking at Instagram, or watching U-Tube videos? Yes it's fun and yes it can spark your creative ideas. But, it's easy to spend all day looking at the creations of others then not have time to creation yourself.
That was the idea behind the name Let's Get Creating. Stop watching others create and start creating yourself.
Right now I'm an independent Stampin' Up! (c) Demonstrator and I've found that paper crafting is a wonderful and relatively easy way to get c