Halloween Inspiration

Hey Everyone! I hope you enjoyed your weekend. Today, I am here to share some Halloween projects with you for Papertrey Ink’s August release. All of the new and unlisted supplies will be available August 15 at 10pm EST. So, let’s not wait for any more tricks…onto the treats!

For my first project, I created an invitation that you can create for a little Halloween party. Very simple and easy to replicate.

I stamped the background pattern in Fine Linen ink using Tremendous Treats: Halloween stamp set. I die cut “Mr. Bones” and stamped the coordinating image. So fun!

The sentiment is stamped in True Black from Mr. Bones as well.

For my next project, I used a couple of the mini paint cans to hold some treats. These would be great party favors or even a cute way to hand out treats to neighbors.

I wrapped some new Royal Velvet striped patterned paper around the can. Next, I added some True Black twill tape and tied it into a bow. I die cut and stamped the ghost from Happy Haunting. I used Winter Wisteria ink to stamp the ghost’s body.

For the sentiment, I stamped it on a vintage tag and added a Winter Wisteria button.

Now, for my last project, I made a Halloween garland using the Shape Up Series: Pumpkin dies. I connected them using some pom pom trim.

Here is a close up of one of the patterned pumpkins. I used Autumn Abundance and Orange Zest polka dot patterned papers. This pumpkin shows how I used all of the Shape Up Series: Pumpkin dies A-E. I used die B to create the sections of patterned paper for the pumpkin. To get this combination, I die cut the sections 3 times from 3 different patterned papers and was able to make 3 different patterned pumpkins for my garland.

For this pumpkin, I only used die A, C-F because I didn’t add the sections. However, I did dry emboss it using the Herringbone Impression Plate. Love the results! For the stem, I stamped them all with a little Background Basics: Woodgrain.

Thanks so much for visiting! I’ll be back tomorrow with some more projects to share. Until then, make sure you visit the rest of the team’s blogs for some more Halloween inspiration.

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  • Wendi - Oh so cute. You are amazingly talented. Thank you for sharing and inspiring me!ReplyCancel

  • Leigh Penner - Wow, Ashley, these are all amazing! I’m going to have to put some of those mini-paint cans in my cart!ReplyCancel

  • Brenda B - These are just so darn cute and adorable….love that pumpkin garland!ReplyCancel

  • Jill Norwood - Ashley – your projects are adorable! I love the sweet pumpkin garland – especially the embossed one from the cream card stock! You always, always, always inspire me! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Connie C. - Awesome projects! I’m so loving the pumpkin die.
    — Connie C.ReplyCancel

  • Carole - You’ve been very inspired by these new products. Your Mr Bones is very cute ! And the pumpkin(s guirland is pretty fun too !ReplyCancel

  • Mary Lou Kemp - Oh my goodness I love your garland of pumpkins. Halloween and Christmas are my favorite holidays to put out the decorations for. I can’t wait to see all the projects being made for the new release.ReplyCancel

  • Susan Beauchaine - You did it again, Ashley! ADORABLE ~ all of it! The top card with the skull & crossbone in Fine Lines ~ AWESOME! The paint cans are just adorable and your banner is AMAZING!
    You rocked this post!
    Thanks for sharing

  • Diana K - Oooh, love your “Come as you aren’t” invitation. Fab projects, each and every one!ReplyCancel

  • Anita J - The little treat cans are just so adorable … & who would think skulls and cross bones could be so cute.ReplyCancel

  • Susan Gosman - I love your projects – they show so much care and attention to detail.ReplyCancel

  • conil - Clever girl. Honestly, how do you come up with these ideas? Everyone of them is a winner. This PTI is so inspirational.ReplyCancel

  • Noreen - Such fun ideas! The skeleton is so darn cute!ReplyCancel

  • Nancy Landauer - What a cute pumpkin garland! Love all of your projects!ReplyCancel

  • Gabby - So cute card! Love it! Nice little treat cans and the pumpkins on the garland are great. Like the idea to hang them on pompom yardage. 🙂ReplyCancel

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