Over the years our Design Team has made some pretty awesome projects to introduce our new products. Let’s take a walk down memory lane to revisit some of their wonderful Halloween inspiration! Click on the designer’s name to visit the original blog post.
Melissa combined old with new, Happy Haunting, Stitched Tree Borders and Stitched Hillside Backdrop: Portrait!
Lynnette created this colorful card for our Intro to Happy Haunting in 2011!
Chari‘s classic Monster Mash design from 2014! Check out the video tutorial!
Yainea‘s Halloween Goodie Bags! The greetings are from Spooktacular! Check out the video for this project!
Spooktacular tags on Goodie Bags by Nichol! I love the layered Tag, You’re It tags tied with Spooky Lawn Trimmings!
Latisha used the candy corn image in Spooktacular to create a fun custom patterned paper! Spooktacular debuted in 2014!
Spooktacular + Goodie Bags + Puffy Star dies = awesome Halloween treat bags by Chari! There’s a video tutorial for this project!
Everyone loves to dress up the ghosts in our Booyah set from 2015! Elena‘s dark background let’s these cuties pop!
Nichol added our Booyah ghosts to a new landscape design with Leafy Tree Backdrop and Picket Fence Border! Watch the video!
Lynnette created an awesome design when Trick or Treat debuted in 2013!
Happy Howloween was our Halloween set last year! Lizzy combined it with an awesome galaxy sky background and Leafy Tree Backdrop! Check out the video to see how she created this card!
Chari made a brilliant mummy-themed Happy Howloween card! There’s a video to show how to create the background with Simple Grassy Hillside Borders and Spooktacular accents. The glittery letters are Louie’s ABCs!
Linda‘s classic scrapbook page combines Halloween images from Trick or Treat, Spooktacular and Monster Mash with scripty dies and Let’s Roll!
This year we introduced How You Bean? Candy Corn Add-On! Elise‘s adorable card pairs it with a fun Outside In Stitched Scalloped Square layered background!
Elena‘s sweet and simple How You Bean? Candy Corn Add-On design!
Costume Party, Village Border and Trick or Treat Border combine on Lizzy‘s awesome card! Her bright Copic coloring and beautiful night sky make this card so special!
Nicole created a cute shaker card with lots of new products: Costume Party, Trick or Treat Border, Cute Cobweb, Outside In Stitched Scalloped Square Stackable, How You Bean? Candy Corn Add-On and a cute banner from Plane and Simple!
The wide stripes in black and white in the background make Audrey‘s Costume Party/Cute Cobweb card an instant classic!
Our new Scalloped Treat Box Haunted House Add-On is perfect for turning the Scalloped Treat Box and our Milk Carton into spooky fun decorations and gift boxes! I love Yainea‘s colorful collection!
I hope you have enjoyed this look at our Design Team Halloween inspiration over the years!
Have a fun and safe trick or treat day!
Have a fun and safe trick or treat day!
Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,
11 thoughts on “Halloween Inspiration with our Design Team!”
Wow! I just love all the inspiration on this post! Beautiful cards, everyone!
These cards are timeless– loved them then and still love them
Thanks Lawn Fawn for timeless products to use.
The DT really got into the spirit of Halloween! Such cute projects!! And bonus points for the sushi costume on the Scrapbook page!
Gorgeous projects! Loved seeing the beautiful inspirations 🙂
Super Adorable projects!!!
I really wish Lawn Fawn would bring that bigger tree from Sweater Weather back. That one is awesome. Also add several scene setting trees: I saw that the coordinating dies weren't included in the "Critters in the " sets for the trees.
This was a great post ! This is very interesting to see how your collection expands through the years.
that it's made into a compound path in Mint Studio before you print (again I'll get more into this when I share the Silhouette Mint for Beginners tutorial).
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Greeting is a good way to tell others that we are thinking about them. I like cards very much. I like such paintings on the cards. Using cards for greeting is more valuable.
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