Posted on September 2, 2016

A Spooky Treat – Jar of Haunts

Big Shot/ Die Cut/ Holidays / Special Days/ Stamping

spooky

Today's Spooky Treat” card uses the Jar of Haunts stamp set in the new “Handmade for the Holidays” Holiday Catalog from Stampin' Up!. This set coordinates with the Everyday Jars Framelits Dies and would be perfect to send to all your ghouls and goblins this Halloween.

Don't send out Halloween cards? Use this basic design and supplies to make tags to put on little treats for your co-workers, bible study group or neighbors.

Instructions and supplies follow; to order, click a pic!

Supplies:

  • Stamp Set: Jar of Haunts #142247
  • Ink: Pumpkin Pie #126945, Daffodil Delight #126944, Smokey Slate #131179 & Basic Black #140931
  • Paper: Whisper White #100730, Halloween Night #142022
  • Misc: Smoky Slate Ribbon #141687, Blender Pens #102845, Big Shot 143263, Everyday Jars Framelits #141490, Layering Circles #141705, Stampin Dimensionals #104430, Corner Round Punch #135346

Measurements:

  • Whisper white Card Base: 8-1/2” x 5-1/2” (fold in half)
  • Halloween Night DSP: 5-1/2” x 4-1/4”
  • Scrap: Whisper White & DSP

Instructions:

  1. Stamp images on whisper white card stock scrap (jar in smoky slate, words and candy corn in black).
  2. Cut out using the Jar framelits on the Big Shot.
  3. Cut DSP circle using the Layering circles framelits.
  4. Attach DSP to the front of the card base using Snail adhesive.
  5. Punch top right corner with the corner punch.
  6. Attach the circle and jar layers with dimensionals.
  7. Tie a bow and attach ribbon.

I hope you enjoyed our Jar of Haunts “spooky treat” today! If you didn't get a chance to see yesterday's post, you'll want to check it out for a special offer.

signature
order online

You Might Also Like

1 Comment

  • Reply Lou Ann Carter September 7, 2016 at 11:38 pm

    Hi Anne,
    I read your article about the history of greeting cards. I’ve never given it any thought–I imagine, from the article, that cards were very prized. At least I hope they were. Sometimes the value of things is not realized until way after the fact. But I’m thinking the rarity of the first cards may have put them into the keepsake category.
    Lou Ann

  • Leave a Reply

    Back to top