Sunday, October 25, 2015

Spooky Spider Web Doilies

Normally when you hear people talk about doilies you think of lace  and frilly fancy things. Check out these doilies. These are Stampin'UP!'s Spider Web doilies and they make great Halloween Cards.

This first card was designed by Rachel Durtschi.

Halloween card made with Stampin'UP!'s Spider Web Doilies and "All Year Cheer" stamp set
The sentiment and the spider are from a set called Cheer All Year

Halloween card made with Stampin'UP!'s Spider Web Doilies
That doily even looks spooky when you cut it in half!
The sentient on this card is from the Sept 2015 Paper Pumpkin Kit.

Check out this post to see the stamp set that was in the kit, and some alternate projects. 

If you're not familiar with the kits you might want to check them out.  Paper Pumpkin a monthly subscription for only $19.95 + tax. (shipping is already included in the price). The kits make all sorts of cute things: cards, gift packaging, home decor and more. Its always a surprise, quick and easy to make. Visit the Paper Pumpkin Pinterest Boards to see what I mean

Fun for you and the kids or get your friends together for a monthly night of crafting. When else can you spend $20 for an evening of fun?  Everything you need is included: paper, ink, stamps, embellishments.  The only thing you need to supply is adhesive.  And best of all, there's no minimum commitment.  For just $20 why not?  Here's the link if you want to try a month or 2

Thanks for Stopping by: Take a minute and browse previous posts. If you see anything you like I'm happy to help you get the product or just to consult and explain further how the project was made . . . its all about having fun with our hobby.

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