Monday, September 26, 2011

Market Street Stamps September Release

I am so excited to share some projects I made using some brand new Market Street stamps. All these stamps I used in my cards are part of the September release! I love Halloween so much, and I really love all the new designs that Angelica has created. The Sweet Spooks stamp set is filled with adorable images that has lovely stitching on it! So cute! These stamps are just so sweet and just perfect for any Halloween project.

The ghosts, bat, spider, and spiderweb are all part of the Sweet Spooks stamp set.


This card was made from the Happy Pumpkin stamp set. This stamp set would also coordinate really well with the Sweet Spooks stamp set.



Be sure to check out the Market Street Stamps' blog for more inspiration from all the design team members. All of the new stamps will be showcased all this week, and will be released later this week too! Thanks for stopping by!

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful scene, I love the ghosts with the headstones, the spider web and that darling little spider. You mix stamps and Cricut cuts perfectly every time!!!! You are seriously one of my all time favorite crafters! That pumpkin card is beautiful too. I LOVE all the polka dots!!!! Hugs- Glora

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  2. fantastic job, Samantha!! Very creative with those head stones!

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  3. Ahhhh! The QUEEN of SCENES! LOVE it, girl- you sure know how to create a beautiful scene (even when the scene is a graveyard)! Haha!

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  4. Way cute! I love the pops of pink and purple on the first card.

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  5. Love that graveyard
    That pink bat is to cute
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  6. Love those colors in that first card Sam! That second card is adorable!!

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  7. Oh my GOSH!! Samantha, does your creative genius EVER take a rest? These are just over the top adorable!!!

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  8. Wow, what a fun scene! Love all the extra bits you added like the tree and tombstones. The second card is just oh-so-cute with that patterned paper!

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