Jack-O-Lantern Card Video Tutorial

I know that Andrea had a lot of fun today using the Jack Of All Trades stamp set.  Shown below are two ways to use the images in various ways.  I feel that most Halloween images are a bit on the creepy side and think that these pumpkins are actually on the cute side!  Andrea’s children ofter will come into the stamping studio to say hi to Mom and to check out our latest creations.  Little did we know that once the scrap page was completed, Andrea’s son Matthew was afraid of the picture of the family on the page. He took an eraser and tried to erase his older brother Josh’s face because he looked scary! To say the least we will be posting a few projects next week that are on the cute side of Halloween!

Jack-O-Lantern Card

This card goes to show you that sometimes all you need is a bit of designer paper and a simple greeting! Andrea just loved the Jack of All Trades stamp set and loved the way the pumpkin image popped off the card completing it!

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Part 1

Part 2


Stamps: Jack of All Trades (Stampin’ Up!); Steampunk Happy Halloween (Inkadinkado)

Ink: Pumpkin Pie Classic ink, Basic Black Craft ink (Stampin’ Up!); Jet Black Archival ink (Ranger)

Paper: Black CS (papertrey ink); Whisper White CS (Stampin’ Up!); Too Cute To Spook DP (Bella Blvd)

Accessories: bone folder, paper snips, Stampin’ Dimensionals,  mini glue dots, Basic Black ½” Scallop Dots ribbon, Craft scissors (Stampin’ Up!); yellow rhinestones (Dollar Store); Tape Runner XL (thermo-web); Primary Ebony Super Fine embossing powder (WOW! Embossing); Heat It! Tool (Ranger); Charcoal baker’s twine (The Twinery); black button (papertrey ink)


Halloween Scrapbook Page

After creating a 3D pumpkin for the Jack-o-lantern card above, Andrea decided that it would make a great embellishment for a scrapbook page too.  Again the images add that little embellishment with not much more completing the scrap page.

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Stamps: Jack Of All Trades, Spooky Bingo Bits, Toxic Treats (Stampin’ Up!)

Ink: Pumpkin Pie Classic ink (Stampin’ Up!); Jet Black StazOn ink (Tsukineko); Yellow Sharpie marker, Black Sharpie marker (Office Supply Store)

Paper: Whisper White CS, Basic Black Cs, Basic Gray CS, Pumpkin Pie CS, Howlstooth and Scaringbone DP, Designer Series Paper Stacks – Brights Collection DP (Stampin’ Up)

Accessories: paper snips, Stampin’ Dimensionals, basic rhinestones, Large Oval punch, 1 ⅜” x ⅝” Oval Large punch (retired), mini glue dot, SNAIL adhesive, Basic Black ⅛” Taffeta ribbon, paper trimmer, basic rhinestones (Stampin’ Up!); Tombow multi-purpose liquid glue (Tombow)


Have a great weekend!

5 replies on “Jack-O-Lantern Card Video Tutorial”

  1. Love the cute 3-D Jack ‘O Lantern! Also had a laugh over your son trying to erase his brothers face…LOL!! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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