Howlin' Halloween Blog Hop

Thursday, 1 October 2020 Bridgwater, UK


Welcome to the Howlin' Halloween Blog Hop!

If you have arrived from Sara's blog, let me introduce myself - I'm Kim and I live in Somerset in the UK. I adore Stampin' Up! products and haven't looked elsewhere since I was introduced to them way back in 2013.  

You'll find lots of inspiration here today from Stampin' Up! demonstrators and papercrafters from Australia, Canada, USA and the UK. 

If you've already been hopping, haven't all the projects been spooktacular!


We don't typically send cards in the UK but I still create them! Any excuse to craft with the products I love..... 

As trick or treating won't be safe this year due to coronavirus, there is an alternative that someone somewhere in the UK has thought up to make it fun for the children. People will be placing pictures of pumpkins in their windows so children can go on a pumpkin hunt. Their parents are going to reward them for every pumpkin they spot. I think it's a lovely idea.


The card I've created for today's hop features the colours Basic Black and Blackberry Bliss. 

I didn't have any ribbon that matched so I got creative and coloured the Pool Party Sheer Ribbon with my Rich Razzleberry Stampin' Blends. Problem solved!


I love a bit of sparkle and Halloween is the perfect excuse to use the Black Glitter Paper. 


The Magic in This Night Designer Series Paper is the BEST Halloween patterned paper I've seen in a while. 
I've got some great projects coming up this month featuring this paper! I've resized my treat bag, which is my most popular blog post of all time (there will be a video tutorial for this) - plus I've got three more cards to show you!!
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The Hallows Night Magic bundle has everything you need!  It has the perfect combination of stamps and dies for all of your Halloween projects.

It contains four useful sentiments that can work brilliantly for cards, invitations and treats plus a great variety of images you can stamp with matching dies to cut them out. 


You also get two label dies (one which has a coordinating stamp). An edge die - which I've actually used on the inside of my card - I just forgot to take a picture. You also get a flower and leaf, which I have yet to use.


I am absolutely petrified of spiders but I love the life like spider stamps. That's the only spider I can handle, literally! 


I hope you've enjoyed my project today! If you have the time I'd love you to leave me a comment to let me know you stopped by.

Next up is Alison and she has a fabulous project for you. Simply click on her name in the list below to visit her blog and then continue hopping until you end up back here!

Come back on Saturday for the World Card Making Day Blog Hop! I'm excited to share a birthday card I've created with you.


8 comments

  1. You have made a lovely card using those products x

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  2. I love the coloured ribbon. Great card

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    1. Thanks Helen - it's such a great option when you need coordinating ribbon!

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  3. I love this and I just had to keep reading to find out how you did that ribbon because I want some of it, the colour is amazing. Thanks for the tips

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    1. It's a game changer right? I love problem solving and now I have coordinating ribbon! Thank you for taking the time to comment

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