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Boo Stamp and Cut

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Hi, friends, it’s Chark today. I’m so excited that Halloween is on its way that I had to share my Boo Stamp and Cut tag that I made. Love this new stamp and die set, as you can see, I only used the die and the word Boo and didn’t use the faces or ghost stamps. That’ll be another project!

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I die cut the large ghost from black cardstock, stamped the word “boo” on it in Unicorn White ink and added some craft foam (also die cut) to make a shaker card.

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The acetate was from an acetate notecard trimmed down and some of the sequins are actually nail art glitters from the dollar store. They came in cute little bottles and I knew they’d make good confetti for shaker cards…plus they were $1!

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I added bright green paper behind the tag and the striped ribbon to finish it off. This will be cute on a little Halloween gift bag I think.

Hope you’ll join us for the new September Challenge, Make it a Tag, with your Hero Arts stamps, dies, stencils or digis (there are great Halloween digis in the store) because you could win a $25 gift code to the store!

Happy Friday!

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Boo Stamp and Cut (if it’s out of stock, just hit the special request custom order and order it at no additional charge)

White Unicorn Ink

Black Cardstock

Nail Glitter 

Clear Acetate Cards

Black Sequins

Author: craftychark

Loves reading, crafting, writing and The Wizard of Oz.

3 thoughts on “Boo Stamp and Cut

  1. Hehe your tag made me smile, it’s so cute!!

  2. So adorable! Love this!

  3. Neat idea to use the nail art bits! Love your shaker tag. Tfs! 🙂 ~ Andrea

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