Welcome to the Paper Wings Productions monthly blog hop! If you are here from Ashley's blog, you're in the right place! If you are just stopping in, please CLICK HERE to start from the beginning. This month we were given the theme "purple".
One lucky winner will get a $25.00 gift certificate to the Paper Wings Productions online store.
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- be a follower of the Paper Wings Productions blog, The Aviary
- visit each of the participating designer's blogs and leave a comment
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When I thought about what I was going to be making for this months blog hop I went right to my Paper Wings Productions Halloween stamps! I always love mixing purple in with orange, black and green to create fun Halloween cards! The stamp sets I used are Halloween Mix it Up and Little Halloween. If you have been following my blog for awhile now you already know how much I love Halloween! We have a lot of fun in October and especially on Halloween! Today I have two cards to share with you that are both using the same design but I switched up the stamp sets and embellishments on each card!
These cards will be perfect for the kids to give to their teachers with some sweet treats! I love all the little Halloween icons in both of these stamp sets and the variety of sentiments! I hope you are enjoying the blog hop so far and you are feeling inspired to use the color purple! Don't forget to comment along the way for your chance to win a $25.00 gift certificate to the Paper Wings Productions shop.
It's time to send you off to Amber's blog.
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR JOINING US TODAY!!
***Here is the complete line up just in case you get lost along the way***
Great minds think alike? Halloween cards are the best, aren't they? Love yours!ReplyDelete
Super fun cards! I love the mix of patterned papers and the circle sentiment spots.ReplyDelete
Such fantastic cards! & I love how you've warmed the purple up with orange to make it feel fun and happy! :)ReplyDelete
Cheerful and adorable sets of cards. Kids surely love to gift some Halloween cards to their teachers!!ReplyDelete
Erica, I am so happy so see these cards today. I am so in the fall mood and can't wait for the upcoming holidays. These are are super cute!!ReplyDelete
I love Halloween, I love purple used for Halloween projects and... I love your cards, really cuteReplyDelete
Always love these color combos for Halloween!ReplyDelete
OMG Erica! These are wonderful! I never thought of using purple for Halloween, but it so works!ReplyDelete
I so miss celebrating Halloween!! and these cards just brought back a lot of good memories!!! Love them xoReplyDelete
Such a fun card.ReplyDelete
Love the color coordination
Erica, very cute cards! Love all the different papers.ReplyDelete
Such cute cardsReplyDelete
How much fun are these :)ReplyDelete
OOh Halloween! So cute!! I find these colors so hard to use but you not only made it look great - you made it look easy!ReplyDelete
Totally cute AND fun cards. Love the paper choices and layers.ReplyDelete
These are too cute! Love the layout and the little bat and witches hat!ReplyDelete
I love these colours for halloween too. Purple add so much fun to it! LOVE the papers you chose tooReplyDelete
Erica, I love your cards....they are so cute....from the colors to the layering, they are perfect!!ReplyDelete
Two wonderful cards for Halloween, really cute, with gorgeous stamps and papers!!!ReplyDelete
I love the patterns!! Thanks for the invite to hop!ReplyDelete
Fantastic! Your cards are really popping with all of those other colors!ReplyDelete
Great papers and card layouts, love the cute images too.ReplyDelete
I love these Halloween cards girl! You make the best cards!ReplyDelete
That is just cute. Great colors.ReplyDelete