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oct-2020
oct-2020

FREE Spooky Digi Stamps

Halloween cards Halloween crafts Digi Stamps

These exclusive Halloween printables by Colette Smith are such a scream!

FREE Spooky Digi Stamps

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This digi stamp offering is all kinds of spine-chilling! Just kidding, they’re actually really cute. There are five illustrations and five sentiments for ultimate mix-and-match crafting, so download them today and keep them to hand on your computer as All Hallows’ Eve approaches. Colette Smith has not only designed the digis exclusively for us, but she’s also sharing five ghostly card projects. Which card will you be making?

Download and print them
1 Press ‘Click here to download now’ then log in – or register if you don’t currently have an account with us.
2 Click ‘Download now’ and you’ll see the download processing at the bottom of your screen.
3 Open the folder, then right-click on the file and select ‘Print’.

Creepy colours
Colette has opted for a classic Halloween palette: purple, orange, green and black. Though we love the pop of bright blue too! Use your trusty alcohol markers to colour in the motifs, adding lines in a darker shade to imitate fur on the monster. Alternatively, print directly onto coloured card. These digi stamps are in a PNG format, making that possible – print the monster onto lime card, then colour in his eyes and teeth with a white gel pen.

Mask, blend, spritz
To make the uppermost card, Colette has used the masking technique – yep, it’s possible with digi stamps too! Simply print the house silhouette onto white, then die cut a circle from scrap card and use it to mask off the motif. Apply and blend Wilted Violet, Ripe Persimmon and Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide inks. Lightly spritz with water, allowing for some larger droplets. Once dry, remove the masks and colour in the windows.

Spots and stripes
Using background patterns such as polka dots and stripes is a surefire way to add whimsy and a friendly touch to your Halloween cards. Only if you want to of course; you may prefer to go full-on supernatural! Other ways Colette has added humour is with googly eyes and Halloween stickers from her own stash. Don’t have googly eyes? Use mini black pearls like on our pumpkin selfie card.

Enjoy the full card projects here.

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