Thursday, December 6, 2012

A Little “Hello-ween”

It’s almost Halloween! We hope your gouls and goblins are ready to go out trick or treating and you’re all stocked up on candy!  If you find some spare time, make a cute Halloween project like this one created by designer Dana Warren for a neighbor or a friend!

hampton art a little hello-ween card


Hampton Art Stamps

A Little Hello-ween – PC0245 (Wood Stamp), Harlequin Background - 7 Gypsies - PS0698 (Wood Stamp), Distressed Words - 7 Gypsies - PS0680 (Wood Stamp)

Embossing Powder: A La Mode Clear, White


Colorbox SN10250 – Top Boss Watermark Ink, Pigment Ink: Mix’d Media Inx – Black. Spritz Spray: Frosted Grape

Other Supplies

Cardstock: Bazzil: Black

Dies: Spellbinders: Scallop Circles. Tim Holtz: Rosetta

Brad: Studio G - Halloween

Pattern Paper: Echo Park – Trick or Treat

Ribbon: Offray – Lemon Grass Grosgrain


Adhesive: Miracle Tape.

Punch: Fiskars: Scallop Border


Designer Notes:


  1. Stamp a piece of cardstock with Distressed Words stamp and emboss with clear powder.
  2. Spray with Frosted Grape Spritz. Use a damp baby wipe and clean the Spritz from the embossed words.
  3. Die cut custom cardstock with 2 scallop circles, a large and small one. I used 2 each for the card and 1 each for the magnet.
  4. Crumple each circle, then starting at each valley, cut toward the middle. Pretend there is a circle in the middle and cut to that point. Do not cut all the way to the middle. Continue around the circle. Repeat for each circle.
  5. Crumple each flower, carefully.
  6. Layer each circle and adhere with a brad in the middle
  7. I made 2 flowers for this project


  1. Make card from black cardstock. Stamp harlequin background with watermark ink. Emboss with white embossing powder.
  2. Trim pattern paper to size, punch scallop border at bottom. Adhere to card base.
  3. Adhere ribbon around card and stamp sentiment on ribbon in black ink.
  4. Cut 2 leaves from ribbon and adhere to card base. Adhere one flower to card.


Fridge Magnet

Die cut and make rosetta from pattern paper. Adhere to cloths pin

  1. Adhere second flower to rosetta
  2. Adhere magnets to cloths pin.



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