Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop - Bone Appetit!

Happy Tuesday readers!  The week is starting off wonderfully and it's time for another month with the Paper Pumpkin Possibilities Blog Hop group!


This month's kit is all about thrills and chills as we celebrate Halloween with the Bone Appetit kit!  Halloween crafting is one of my favorites and this kit looked like so much fun that I purchased two!  I love the contents with the skeleton stamps and little treat boxes.




I can't get enough of these dancing skeletons!  I started my project off with a Pumpkin Pie card stock base and layered using Basic Black card stock.  I used Pumpkin Pie ink and stamped the skeleton onto Pumpkin Pie cardstock for that tone on tone look.  Using the Ornate Frame dies from the Holiday Catalog, I cut out a piece of Vellum.  

I love the new Mercury Glass Designer Acetate paper and it looks perfect on this card as it has that shattered glass look.  I stamped my sentiment in Tuxedo Black Memento ink and used Stampin' Dimensionals to pop it up!


Make sure to check out next blog in the hop by stopping by Deb Naylor's blog and see her alternative project!  Click HERE to jump to her blog or click the next button below!


Octobers's kit looks to be even better when Paper Pumpkin and Stampin' Up are pairing the October and November kit to bring you holiday crafting!  Subscribe to the kit by October 10th by clicking HERE!


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12 comments:

  1. Super cute card! Thanks for hopping with us this month!

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  2. Really cute! I LOVE how you incorporated the new acetate paper!

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  3. The Mercury Glass paper really sets it off! Great job!

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  4. Love this fun and elegant card!

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  5. Love your project, I also love the dancing skeletons!!

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  6. Super cute card. I love the use of the acetate paper.

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  7. This is great! Great way to use the mercury glass acetate!

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  8. Wonderful card - love the mercury glass acetate

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  9. Cute project with the mercury glass DSP, thank you for hopping this month!

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