Welcome to the Whimsical Wednesdays Halloween Blog Hop, sponsored by PSA Essentials! If you are joining us from Star, you are in the right place. If not, start at Whimsical Wednesday's! So even though I am completely biased, PSA Essentials has the CUTEST Halloween stamp sets. PSA original designed Haunted Shack, UBU Happy Halloween, and Hello Kitty Trick or Treat are are all so festive!
Melyssa Connolly created the most adorable Halloween cards to share using PSA Peel & Stick stamps. For the first, she used four different Hello Kitty's and colored them up. This green, purple, black and orange color combination screams Halloween! They look so cute all line-up together. Note that she took the time to sew the white card stock on to the orange and black layered base. She tied green ribbon and used black and white Twine from The Twinery to add dimension.
Melyssa is great at creating a set of cards – point proven here with these "potion" cards. Here is also a wonderful technique to try when stamping. Melyssa stamped the pumpkin from PSA Haunted Shack in orange ink on white paper. Then when the ink dried, she stamped "Trick or Treat" from PSA Haunted Shack on top of it. It creates a layered effect and gives the stamps depth.
See the technique again here - she has stamped the cat from PSA Haunted Shack with a light blue ink. It almost looks like a silhouette. Then she stamped BOO from PSA Haunted Shack. The stamp isn't just one dimensional. Now it's layered.
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