Dreamweaver Stencils: Happy Halloween!


Happy Halloween to all of my favorite ghouls out there! Today concludes our entire month of Magical and Mysterious, and your final opportunity to link your own creepy creations to the Dream It Up! blog for an opportunity to win the stencil of your choice!

My post today once again features the new "Great Pumpkin" stencil design. I have had so much fun with this new design, and obviously many of my teammates have felt the same. Today I kept it simple...just paper-piecing on top of machine-embossing, with a bit of ink distressing to make the piecing pop. The cooly creepy double-sided paper was distressed around the edges using my Picasso tool. It's perfect for that! I've added some sentiment stickers from Bazzill Basics as well. I wish that I could tell you who makes this paper, and what it is called...so if any of you know the name, please let me know in your comments below. I'd love to buy some more!

Hope your tricks become treats today, and that you and your family have a safe and fun "ghouls' night out"!

Check out the rest of the team's creations, as well as our wonderful guest designer, Alison Heikkila. Thanks so much, Alison, for joining us for Spooktober!



Comments

LynB said…
Great pumpkin card Pam! The stencil lends itself well to paper piecing for sure. Might be fun to see this in a diecut too!
Louise said…
Cute card Pam! Really love how you got the crow centered on the pumpkin, and yes that paper is awesome! Happy Halloween ghoul-friend!
Alison said…
I love the idea of paper piecing the pumpkin! It looks fabulous! And yes, very cool paper. Not sure of who makes it, though it does look a bit like DCWV. Thank you for having me as a guest this month. I have loved every minute of it!
Happy Holloweenie! Loving your paper piecing with the pumpkins.
Happy Holloweenie! Loving your paper piecing with the pumpkins.
Cherylynn said…
Pam, this is both elegant and creepy at the same time. How did you manage to do that? You continually amaze me!
Lea said…
I love this card! The simplicity of it is brilliant! I love the colors, the papers, the distressed edges, the whole kit and kaboodle! Happy Halloween!
rose s. said…
that's what i luv about these challenges - we get to learn and see so many great ideas. i really like the idea of paper piecing on the embossed piece. it really added another level to what would've just been a pumpkin. i'm a little late but hope you had a great Halloween pam :)

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