On Friday, I told you that we are in a neighborhood with very few children. So there are some years where we get 8-10 kids come by and some years where we don't get any. So here's my question - do I buy candy that I like - thinking that I will eat it if we don't give it all out? Or do I buy something I would never eat - thinking that I will save on calories but it will sit in the cupboard until next Halloween? I'm thinking getting something I like - I mean really - we need chocolate to keep functioning, correct? Thanks for talking me into it - Milky Ways and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups at my house!
Here's my other Halloween card for you this year. I sponged Whisper White cardstock using Dapper Denim (don't you just LOVE this color?) and at the top with just a tiny bit of Night of Navy. Start light so you can get a really mottled look. The moon was sponged using Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie and Tangerine Tango just like Friday's card.
Here's a little trick with your pumpkins. Stamp the actual pumpkins on a piece of paper. Set the stamps of their faces down onto the paper in each of the three spots you want them. Then just press down on them using your acrylic block - bam! They can all be stamped at one time. Super convenient if you are stamping more than one set of pumpkins.
I would love to be your Demonstrator if you don't already have one. To see or order any of the items used in today's project, just click on the items below to see them in my Online Store. You can order from me if you live anywhere in the United States. When setting up your account, please do not check the box where it says I cannot contact you - I want to be able to thank you properly when you place an order! If you check the box, all I know is "No Contact" placed an order and I can't thank you.
Note - Stamp sets and bundles noted below may be available in other mount options - wood, clear or photopolymer. I have listed the option that I used. Please check my Online Store if your preference is different.