Spellbinders: Halloween Shaker Cupcake Toppers

Yum, yum … give me some! Are you going to a Halloween party this year? Maybe you’re in charge of bringing cupcakes to the office party, or your child’s class party? I always love a festive cupcake (Mmmmm!) … especially when it comes dressed for the occasion!

Today I have a fun twist on the classic cupcake topper … Shaker Cupcake Toppers!

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Spellbinders and Scrapbook.com were kind enough to send me a Platinum 6 die cut machine and a couple of their die sets to play with! Last week, I shared a quick and easy gift idea using the Textured Flowers die.

Today, I am playing with the Witch on Broom dies!


When I saw that witch, I knew right away that I wanted her to be flying across a spooky moon … and then I saw the bats! What if I create a moon shaker with the bats inside?!!! YES!!!! … So that is exactly what I did.

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I added them to the top of decorative straws in Halloween colors, and then added ribbons and square buttons tied with black twine. The witch, double-cut and layered in orange foil and black cardstock, floats across the front of the moon shaker with the help of a few foam dots.

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I created some cupcake wrappers with my Silhouette Cameo 3 machine to coordinate. So cute!

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They look absolutely adorable all grouped together for the party guests!

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What a fun (and delicious) way to add a festive touch to your Halloween food table!

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A BIG THANK YOU to Spellbinders and Scrapbook.com for sending me these fun things to play with! I LOVED working with these supplies, and have discovered a new favorite manual die cut machine!


Happy Halloween!

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Process Video: All Hallow’s Eve

Today I’m back with another Layout Process Video featuring the BOOtiful Night collection by American Crafts. Last week I shared how I used the 6×6 paper pad in quadrants to create a scrapbook page … today, I’m using the 6×6 paper pad to piece together longer strips across the width of the page.


Watch the Process Video below!


Have you tried using a 6×6 paper pad on a scrapbook page recently?


American Crafts Halloween Wood Buttons (340390)
American Crafts Halloween Spiderweb Doilies (341114)
Foam Squares
Black Journaling Pen

Happy scrapping!

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American Crafts: BOOtiful Night Card Trio

Today I have a trio of Halloween cards to share with you using the American Crafts BOOtiful Night collection.


This was such a fun set to put together! First, I began by cutting three card bases from the 12×12 Black Textured Cardstock. I then chose which die cuts I wanted to feature on each card and then selected 6×6 paper to go with each one.



I thought the spooky night scene paper would be perfect to go behind the Haunted House die cut! I added some black pearls a Halloween wood button tied with twine, and two puffy sticker jack-o-lanterns sitting near the porch … just waiting to greet the trick-or-treaters!


How CUTE are the ghosts in this collection?! I don’t think I would run away from these two if I came across them … they are too friendly and sweet to bo scary!


I would call the skulls in this collection sweet-and-spooky … their expression has a goofy edge to it, don’t you think? I added a silver spiderweb doily and some candy stickers to accent this silly guy.


I can’t wait to send these off to some friends!



American Crafts Spiderweb Doilies (341114)
American Crafts Halloween Wood Buttons (340390)
Clear Gems
Black Pearl Accents
Black Journaling Pen
White Twine
Adhesive/Foam Squares

Have a great day!

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Carta Bella Paper: Haunted House Cards

Today is Friday the 13th! The perfect day to send someone a spooky, Halloween card!
The Carta Bella Paper Haunted House collection is especially fun to use for creating greeting cards! Today I’m sharing two cards I created with this collection over on the Echo Park Paper blog.
I’m going to send this first one to one of my Ghoul-friends!
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I just love all of the framed monsters and ghouls from the Portrait Gallery Paper and had to feature the pretty witch on this card. Did you notice her not-so-pretty, creepy shadow? Cute!
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Lots of witch’s brooms and potions adorned this one … topped off with a few, friendly bats!

For this next card, I cut out the scary (but cute!) cats from the Journaling Cards paper to layer up on this last card.
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A sweet little ghost and several bats complete the spooky scene!
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Thanks for coming by today!

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