First, a Halloween card was crafted. Oh- I so love making Halloween cards and had to much fun creating this one with the Halloween Wicked set!
The card used the very spooky "Something wicked" stamp (using Archival ink in Jet Black) as the focus:
The stamp looks fabulous on the Graphic 45 Rare Oddities collection papers.
Seam binding was dyed using Peeled Paint and Mowed Lawn Distress inks. An orange twine bow was added for accent.
The inside had the ghoulish "Wicked" stamped using more Archival Ink. Aren't the drips from the letters creepy cool?
Next were the tissue wrapped candies. The Halloween Wicked set contains several stamps that can be used on candy tags. Shown above are three: Wool of bat, Scale of dragon and Eye of newt. After stamping, I die cut them using tag dies and hole punched a corner. Green tissue paper was used to wrap the candies and more orange twine to secure the tags.
Last but not least is the treat bag. The treat bag was die cut using 110 pound card stock paper. Rare Oddities paper was applied as shown. "Treat Bag" from the Halloween Wicked set was stamped using Archival ink and die cut using a rectangular die. The wrapped treats were placed inside and the spooky ensemble was completed:
Thanks for stopping by! I do hope you enjoyed the Halloween set!
Have a happy, crafty day!