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Pretty Pink Posh Halloween Envelopes

Actualizado: 26 jun 2023

Hi Friends! It’s Raquel here today. I’m so happy to be back sharing some fun and colorful

projects I made using the Pretty Pink Posh Halloween Envelopes set.


Among the cutest Stamp Sets of this release, there is this super adorable set

called: Halloween Envelopes. They envelopes are so unique and gorgeous!!!

Let’s dive right in and let me show you my first project:




To create this fun scene, I started by using the Layered Ghost Stencils Set.


I wanted to achieve a purple and yellow look to my entire design so I thought

Span Sugar Distress Oxide Ink would do the trick for these little ghosts.


I decided to apply ink more heavily on one side and blend it softly to the other

side to get this ghostly look.

These stencils are so super easy to use!!! With the second layer I applied Black

Shoot Ink for the eyes and for the third and final layer, I used Fossilized Amber

Distress Oxide Ink for the stars. I trimmed it to a 4 ¼ and 5 ½ size panel since I

knew I wanted a black border to show.



Next up I stamped my Halloween Envelope in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored the images with Copic markers.


I used:


Boooo and Booo for the Ghost, Y

G00 and YG01 for the little Frankestein,

YR14 and YR16 for the Spider

W0 and W1 for the Spider Web

V6, V5, V12, V1 and V000 for the envelope.


Once I die cut this image with the Halloween Envelopes Coordinating Dies I foam mounted it onto the Layered Ghost Stenciled panel.


I wanted to dress up the scene a bit so I decided to add some little bats and ghosts from the same set. I colored them in the same colors of the envelope:





To complete the scene, I used some more ghost from the Ghost Friends Stamp Set.



I also used the same markers (B0000 and B000) to color these bigger ghosts.


I made them wear these super fun hats and bows which I believe are just perfect and make them even more adorable!


Finally, I just had to add my sentiment, so I thought the Boo Script Die in yellow was the perfect fit:



While making this design I thought how these envelopes would look like in a shaker card so I went ahead and made this colorful envelope shaker design:




I started out by ink blending an A2 panel of white cardstock with Span Sugar and Seedless Preserves Oxide Distress Inks.


Next I colored another envelope from the same set: Halloween Envelopes, along with some of the smaller images that come in this set. This is what I love most about this set, it has these super cute envelopes, but it also has the cutest small images that are perfect to dress up your design:



I also used Copic Markers to color my images:


V0000, V000, V12, V05, V06 for purples,

BG15 and BG000 for blues,

Y11 and Y13 for yellows,

YR16 and YR14 for oranges,

RV13 and RV00 for pinks.

BV0000 and BV000 for the envelope.


Next up I trimmed my panel to 4 by 5 ¼ inches and adhered a plastic from some packaging I had all around the back of the panel except to the top.


I hand picked some clay confetti from several sets: Spooky Fun Mix, Monster Mash Mix, Spooky Night Mix and Halloween Party Mix and put it my shaker along with some crystal glitter.



Once I closed the flap of my shaker, I adhered the envelope and all the small images onto the Infinity Shaker card.


Lastly, I white heat embossed the sentiment You are Spooktacular from the Halloween Critters Stamp set and placed it onto the envelope.



I hope these projects inspire you to create. I can’t wait to see what you create with this set.


Thank you so much for stopping by!


Happy crafting,


Raquel

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Christine Kiehl
Christine Kiehl
02 sept. 2022

Awesome pair of cards! I LOVE Halloween makes!

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