Happy Halloween Cards

Happy Halloween Cards - blog.stamp4joy.comHappy Halloween cards are easy to make with the Holiday Home stamp set (135025) and coordinating Homemade Holiday Framelits Dies (135857) from Stampin' Up!

These are just some of the fun new products you'll find in the Holiday Catalog, which you can start ordering from on August 28th, just a few days away.  You can pick them up as a bundle (137631) and save 15%!

This set of photopolymer stamps can be used for more than just Halloween, though, as you saw from yesterday's post.  With images for Christmas, fall, and even “new home,” this is a very flexible stamp set.

Have you received your Holiday Catalog yet?  If not, drop me a note with your phone number and the best time to call.  After we chat I will get one right out to you!

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    1. Hi, Adrienne!

      The stamp set Holiday Home has the windows already drawn in . I just stamped the houses on Crushed Curry card stock and then cut them out and mounted them on the black houses I cut out with the Homemade Holiday Framelits. You can find both of those items on my Retired Stampin’ Up! page.

      You can see more samples using these HERE.

      Thanks for the question!

  1. Trying to figure out how you did the windows if you didnt color them. Stamp the house in both colors, cut & glue the windows on? Cute card!

    1. Hi, Pat. Yes, I stamped the houses twice, once in black and then again in yellow. Then I cute the windows out from the yellow and glued them to the black. 🙂

  2. Halloween is one of my favorite times of the year to send cards, especially to the grandchildren. LOVE this card.

  3. Love it! What a great way to show the versatility of this set. People think it will be a lot of work coloring! Surprise!

    1. Thanks, Mary! The Holiday Home is quite versatile. Using the homes as silhouettes eliminates the need for coloring in, making it a very easy Halloween craft to do with the kids, too. And think of all the cute Halloween scrapbook layouts! 🙂