Stampin’ Up Spooky Night designer series paper
Stampin’ Up Spooky Cat stamp set
Stampin’ Up This Little Piggy stamp set
Stampin’ Up Vintage Crochet Trim
Powder Pink ink
Basic Black ink
Basic Black card stock
Wink of Stella
Brother Scan N’ Cut
Blender Pen or Aqua Painter
Sponges or Sponge Daubers
Dimensionals or Foam Adhesives
Spooky Night Designer Series Paper 
Spooky Cat Photopolymer Stamp Set 
Basic Black Archival Stampin’ Pad 
This Little Piggy Clear-Mount Stamp Set 
Vintage Crochet Trim 
Basic Black 8-1/2″ X 11″ Card Stock 
Clear Wink Of Stella Glitter Brush 
Blender Pens 
Aqua Painters 
Sponge Daubers 
Stampin’ Dimensionals 
Glue Dots 
The Basic Black card base is 5.5” by 4.25”. Cut the mat using Spooky Night dsp 5.25” by 4”. Cut the inner pattern with the night sky 3” by 3” and a slightly larger mat 3.15” by 3.15”. Attach the dsp and layers with foam adhesives. Stamp the Trick or Treat sentiment in Basic Black from the Spooky Cat stamp set. Stamp the pig in Basic Black from the This Little Piggy stamp set. Cut out the pig, hat and pumpkins using the Brother Scan N’ Cut. Color the pig using Power Pink ink, a blender pen or aqua pen. Squeeze the top of the lid of the Power Pink ink. Open the ink, soak it up with the tool and then color with it. Once the pig is evenly coated with ink, use the marker to add more ink to the snout, and hooves. Attach a piece of Vintage Crochet Trim around the pig. Use Wink of Stella for a glitter effect. Attach the pig, hat, and pumpkin embellishments to the card using foam adhesives.
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Item Number: 143922
This Little Piggy Loves the Scan N’ Cut
Cutting out Pumpkins with the Brother Scan N’ Cut – Spooky Night DSP
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This is beyond cute!!
Thanks Linda, I laugh every time I look at this card.
OMGosh, this is so clever and creative. Thanks for sharing!
Oh my goodness that is so adorable, I’m not one for Halloween but this card have me new ideas for Halloween cards for my family and friends and grandkids
Thanks Ruth, this is still my favorite Stampin’ Up! stamp set. It retired and the fun still never ends be the little pigs are a crack up.