October is the most scariest month of the year and here you will find everything you need for your Halloween projects.
KAREN BURNISTON/SIMON SAYS STAMP
The Karen Burniston Halloween Borders Dies, meticulously crafted from wafer-thin metal, seamlessly harmonize with most major die cutting machines. This eerie border set encompasses 6 spine-chilling borders featuring images of bats, jack-o-lanterns, skulls, spiders, bones, and pumpkins, perfect for adding a spooky touch to your Halloween-themed projects.
Borders are approximately 5.5 inches long
Ghost & Goblins
This stamp set consist of five unmounted rubber stamps – all of them very suitable for your Halloween Cards and other projects.
Shakables – Halloween
These cute shakables are perfect for your Halloween projects. Here you will find ghosts, pumpkins and other embellishments which will be a great addition to your cards, layouts and other projects for Halloween.
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How cute is this? This design paper from P13 is perfect for your Halloween projects. The design paper measures 12×12 and is double sided.
YOUR OWN SCRAP
This ribbon is made to look like a cobweb and makes a very nice embellishment for any Halloween Project. The ribbon in the photo is in olivegreen, but you can also buy this in white, black and several other colors.
TIM HOLTZ/STAMPERS ANONYMOUS
Halloween Sketch Book
Paper crafters know the versatility that cling mounted stamps bring to their projects. These stamps are mounted on 1/8″ gray static cling cushion for accurate positioning, ease of repositioning, and convenience of storage.
Fourteen deeply etched red rubber cling mount rubber stamps that adhere to any clear acrylic block. We highly recommend using them with Tim Holtz Grid-Blocks.
Ghost measures approximately 1 7/16″ x 1 3/4″.
MISS INK STAMPS
Welcome Home is a 4×8 stamp set that features a spooky Halloween porch and cute trick-or-treaters.
Porch 3.45 x 3.125 inches
Mummy 1.875 x 1 inches
Bat 1 x .075 inches
Set of 14 clear photopolymer stamps, made in the USA.
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