Stampin' Up!'s Hand-Penned Memories & More Card Pack wasn't one I thought to use for Halloween crafting but this week I've shared projects using a variety of Memories & More card packs and I just had to make this one for an Instagram Reel using the It's Frickin' Bats audio. This card pack has a few Halloween colours: Pale Papaya, Garden Green and Mint Macaron. This card pack has some flowery designs but I covered up most of the design with a Garden Green die-cut. 
I overlooked Stampin' Up!'s What A Year Memories & More card pack in the Annual Catalogue, mostly because it had pink in it! Do you ever decide something isn't for you based solely on the colour? There is a demonstrator Facebook page that I belong to where another demo shared a card that piqued my interested in the What A Year card pack and it was added to my next order (along with the Gingerbread & Peppermint Memories & More Card Pack). 
At this month's team meeting my friend Tanya showed us how to make this fun fancy fold card. Her card used the Cute Halloween designer series paper as I have with this card, but she used the skull and bat designs. The ghost and house from one of the DSP pack and the sentiment is from the Banner Year stamp set. Do you think "Happy Haunting" works with the ghosts? 

Stampin' Up!'s Whimsy & Wonder Specialty Designer Series Paper can be found in the Jul-Dec Mini Catalogue and it's a fun pack of paper to use for your wintery crafting. You could use the coordinating Whimsical Trees stamp set with this DSP but I've decided to pair the Christmas to Remember stamp set for my card today.
The weather here in Southeastern Ontario is currently not snowy or cold. It's the middle of October and I still have the A/C on! Not that it would be snowing but I'm hopeful that the weather stays warm that I might be able to harvest some more yellow beans from the garden before the frost kicks in. This was my reaction to uploading this picture to my blog today. What am I doing sharing Christmas cards when it's so nice outside? The main reason is to inspire you for what products you may want to craft with for the upcoming holidays as there are only 74 days to Christmas. Deep breath! 

Welcome to October's Colour Combo blog hop! Our colours for today's hop are Coastal Cabana, Basic Gray and Real Red. My first thought was to create a Christmas card using the Penguin Place stamp set but my nephew loves penguins and I needed a card just for him!

Welcome to October, one of my favourite months of the year & the Global Stamping Friends Blog Hop. Today we are sharing projects that use Stampin' Up! products featuring wood grain. It was hard to choose what I wanted to use. There are a few, alright maybe many, items that I love and couldn't fit them all on one project!
To give a wood grain feel/look to this card I used 3 different products together: the Peaceful Cabin stamp set & Cabin dies (bundle), the Cork specialty paper and the Harvest Meadow designer series paper. The strip of DSP used at the bottom of the card started out as one of the Crumb Cake designs with white plants, then embossed using the Timber 3D Embossing Folder and finally inked with Crumb Cake ink.
An awesome colour pallet for autumn! Warm colours and while it doesn't have wood grain it made me happy to create using this DSP. With Canadian Thanksgiving next weekend, it was the perfect time to make a thanks card. Do you make thank you cards or treat packaging to give out at Thanksgiving or other holidays? 
Next up you can visit these other blogs to see what they are sharing with us today:
1. Amanda Farlinger - You are here

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Thank you for stopping by! ~ Amanda

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