Impressalways has the niftiest selection of rubber stamps. This rubber stampedHalloween lantern cardpaper craft project is so clever, using theirwide lantern($6.75 each),happy halloween($5.75 each), andjack-o-lantern($5.25 each) rubber stamps to create a wonderfully fun card. The other ways in which you could use the wide lantern stamp are endless! And while you’re there, check out some of their otherHalloween paper crafting goodies.
image fromImpress Rubber Stamps
In real life, I’m terrified of spiders. Luckily, my husband is usually around to be my hero and save me from their creepy crawliness. Ick. However, I don’t mind the spider on this cleverhello! Lucky Creeping Spider cardat all, just so he stays on the card and doesn’t come after me. $4.00 each atLuxe Paperie.
image fromLuxe Paperie
I spotted these adorablemymimi Halloween magnetsat Pixelgirlshop and was instantly enamored with them. Slightly spooky — I love the mummy with his bulgy eyeball — and irresistibly cute, these would be a perfect Halloween decoration for the refrigerator or any other magnetic surface. $8.00 per set atPixelgirlshop.
Sure, Whimsy Press’Dude Wrapmay have been created with the dude in mind, but I think that theirBugzandSticks & Bonesdesigns ($4.50 per sheet) are perfect for Halloween. The best part? You can buystickers($1.00 per set) to match the gift wrap. I love matching stickers!
I have a bit of a problem. You see, I’m addicted to paper products…and pretty much anything related to paper. I’ve had this problem for as long as I can remember, and it only seems to be getting worse with age. Paper, paper crafts, greeting cards, invitations, stationery, gift wrap, ribbon, gift tags, stickers, pens and pencils, notepads, novelty erasers, cute magnets – you name it, I love it. I started this blog as a way to share my passion for paper. Really, it’s just an excuse to enable my addiction.
Let the paper cravings begin!