Trick or Treat from Katherine

Eat, drink and be scary – what a fun motto! Have you gotten a peak at the new mini catalog? "Eat, Drink & be Scary" is also one of the new stamp sets. One of my favorite stampers, Katherine LaPierre, featured it in our StampSmith swap this past week. Hang on to your pointed hat . . .

I love how she used the Ghostly Greetings designer paper and all it's geometric patterns in this one.


I hope you can see it in the picture. Katherine used ribbon and a brad to finish out the hat image. She used a colluzle circle cutter to give this a unique fold/opening.


The tree image is from the Season of Friendship stamp set in the mini catalog, another really beautiful and versatile set. And I love the background she created – so spooky.


I love Katherine's style. She always comes up with some new twist that just blows me away, like the way she combined different punches to create the sentiment label on this last card. I got my trick-or-treat early! All Treat! Thanks Katherine!


Sweet Comments

  1. Katherine really did a great job on these cards. I’m totally casing at least one of these next week! Very exciting about Charlotte’s Web – the sequel occurring right in your yard! How cool is that?? :-)

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