Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Stampin' Up! Still Night Bundle

Welcome to another monthly Inkin’ Krew blog hop! Our very talented team is doing a blog hop featuring  Stampin’ Up! products.  This month we are all creating projects with a “Halloween” theme and I’m using the dies from Night Owl Thinlits. I have also used some retired items...more about that later. Be sure to check and see everyone's projects. We've got talented ladies hopping with us this month!

Ready? BOO!



This is the back of the card and this is where I used the dies from the Still Night Bundle. (If you buy the stamp set and dies together, you save a bundle ... like 10%!). I didn't use the stamps from this set as they are not Halloween themed. That shows how versatile SU products are.

So, here's the front...


Spooky, maybe? Well, I for one do not like Halloween unless it's kid friendly and this is for my pen pals who live in Maine. I dug out some retired Halloween DSP (Spooky Night and Halloween Night), retired dies (Halloween Scene Edgelits) and some retired cardstock (Tangelo Twist). BUT, I used the current cat punch and current Mango Melody ink, along with Memento Tuxedo Black ink

Since I used dies for the fence, tree and bats, owl and branch, I'm going to play at Happy Little Stampers.

If you have questions on how I made this, let me know in a comment and I'll get back to you if you leave an email address.

Now that you have seen my card, I hope you will take a few minutes to hop through all of the other shared projects. It's a short hop this month! You can click any name listed below, or you can use the previous button to go to Mary Deatherage or the next button to Amy Koenders.


  1. Sue Prather
  2. Connie Troyer
  3. Julie Johnston
  4. Mary Deatherage
  5. Karen Finkle - YOU ARE HERE!
  6. Amy Koenders







12 comments:

  1. Very cool design! Love your spooky scenes that you've created, perfect colors and so fun for Halloween! :)

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  2. Really cute card. Love the kitty. And, your design is excellent!

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  3. I love your kid-friendly card! Juuuuuust spooky enough to be fun! Great design! :)

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  4. Fun, even if the tree and fence lean toward spooky--that's Halloween! I like the fun fold.

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  5. My grand kids just bought a new home. These would be adorable as lights for their driveway! I love what you did and would love to have the directions? I hope you get my address? Thank you so much for sharing. If NOT spooky enough, everyone else can add their own spooky!

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    1. Thank you, Gloria. I didn't get your address so if you can send again, I'll email you the measurements.

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  6. Great spooky scene! I'm not into Halloween much either except for the kids. Thanks for joining me over at HLS Anything Goes with Dies!

    www.thebluemoonstitch.com

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