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Treats are a-brewin' quick Halloween card with free digi-stamp

Quick Halloween card with free digi-stamp, by Paperesse.

This card uses  a great digi freebie I found quite a few years back on the blog Robin's Artful Musings.

The card base is another of the super practical kraft card blanks I mentioned with this nautical thank you card. The digital paper is Tactile Studio Pumpkin – perfect papers for Halloween – made with leftovers from another project (as seen on last year's free black cat digi Halloween card).

Embellishments were kept simple with three little buttons and thread.

Supply List
Paper – cardstock, kraft card blank, Tactile Studio Pumpkin digital paper
Digital stamp – Robin's Artful Musings freebie
Color – Caran d'Ache Luminance 6901 pencils
Die – Die-namics circle stax
Embellishments – buttons and thread

I'm linking up with: Unicorn Challenge #14 – Pretty Pinks or Halloween, Tuesday Throwdown #315 – Halloween Inspirations, and Try it on Tuesday 11/10 – Scary and Spooky.


  1. What a treat to see your festive Halloween card! The image, sentiment, and colors are telling me to get out today and buy the Halloween candy.

  2. Très jolie ! Ces papiers sont très beaux ! Et on dirait qu'il y a beaucoup d'or qui sort de la marmite ;0)

  3. Thank you for sharing this great Halloween card with us at TioT's.

  4. Looks beautiful!!! I like it.

    Good one!

  5. Just a brewing away this is a fun card TFS Unicorn Ch............Lis

  6. Adorable, I love that cauldron image. I visited her blog, but sadly it looks like she's not kept up with blogging. She's very talented. Your card is so much fun, thanks for the link!

  7. A great Halloween cardm
    Thanks for sharing with us at TioT
    Avril x


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