Happy Halloween anniversary card with the new thinlits card dies from Stampin’ Up!

Happy Halloween to you!  If you enjoyed the Halloween tag treats I made, I hope you are going to like what I have for you today. 

Two of my very good friends got married on Halloween.  Their wedding guests got into the “spirit” of the occasion (hee, hee) and dressed up in Halloween costumes for the party – how fab! 

So for their anniversary card, I used some of the fabulous witches brew designer series paper together with the brand new thinlits card dies from Stampin’ Up to make this Halloween inspired anniversary card … 

Halloween anniversary

The witches brew dsp is very ornate, with just a hint of an odd spider or two, so it was perfect for making an anniversary card … literally with a twist …

Halloween anniversary inside

You get all the added dies in the pack, as well as the main die to cut out the flip card shape.  So there are lots of bits and bobs to decorate your cards beautifully with.  You can see a Stampin’ Up video demonstrating how the dies work here.

And I didn’t stop there – inspired by Pinterest, I had fun making some candy gifts for my neighbourhood trick or treaters …

Halloween candy gifts

Here’s what I used to make today’s card – all supplies from Stampin’ Up!:

cardstock: basic black, pumpkin pie, old olive, whisper white, witches brew designer series paper; stamp sets: itty bitty; inks: basic grey; punches: circle, word window; accessories: adhesive rhinestones, stampin’ dimensionals.

Thanks for dropping by today



2 Comments to “Happy Halloween anniversary card with the new thinlits card dies from Stampin’ Up!”

  1. What a great card, love the twist, but when I got to the end of your post, first look was “bloody” fingers LOL

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