Isn’t this a fun card from Danielle! She found the perfect background paper and added the graveyard stamp right on top. I love the shading on the tombstones. She stamped Mr. Frisky and cut him out – he sure does pop off the page. I love the detail of the light coming out of the flashlight – really looks cool. Happy Halloween!!

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
2050-F Mr. Frisky takes flight (kitty on flashlight)
9058-L Graveyard

kelly-practice safe hex

Happy Halloween everyone!

Here’s a fun card made by Kelly! She’s gone all out with her layering of papers and stitching. Witch Gertrude and her very fancy sparkly dress top the card off and the white outline really adds some punch. I love that she cut out the sign and added the little pole that fits perfectly in Gertrude’s hands. Great card.

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
1173-K Witch Gertrude
8180-D Safe Hex (text)


Monica’s pulled out her treat background paper again. This time she’s layered the Trick or treat boxes on top – AND if you look at the detail view you can see that she’s actually cut some out and made them 3D – pretty cool! I love the softness of her colors and the little hint of blue she added around each one. She topped things off with four little jewels in the corners.


Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
8223-J Trick or treat boxes (scene)

Here’s a wonderful card Lori made and posted to her blog using Spectrum Noir colored pencils and blending solution (gamsol). I love the vibrant color – and I know Witch Hazel just loves her purple dress and hat. Lori added a little shimmer with Sparkle Sheer Shimmer Spritz. How she’s balancing all the coffee? Must be a wee bit of magic!

Oh, a tip from Lori. If you cut out your images (like the Witches Brew coffee) she says color the edge with a black pencil or pen. It’ll hide any white cardstock that the scissors might have missed.

A little detail view:



Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
1077-M Hazel witch boogies
8062-C Happy Halloweenie! (text)
9060-B Witches brew (coffee)


Here’s a wonderful card from Danielle using a few of the crows I currently offer. I just love what she’s done giving each crow its own little box framed in black. And did you notice, she actually gave each crow a little background color as well. I love all her shading – the crows look so great. Choosing the pumpkin background stamp as the base for her card is just perfect – coloring each little pumpkin in, complete with a little stem and some shading. Oh so cute!

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
5082-D Crow looking forward
5081-E Crow “talk to the wing”
5083-D Crow with wings on hips
9064-K Pumpkin background


Here are a couple of great Halloween cards from customer Shellie Nelson. She makes cards for the Humane Society to sell which I can fully support since so many pets are in need of good homes. She did a great job on these – thanks for letting me share them!


Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
5052-C Crumbs away (flying mouse)
7077-E Skully flowers
9058-L Graveyard

What a fun card by Lori. I love the use of the zig zag to divide the cards backgrounds into two sections! Witch Hazel is certainly one happy gal with her pumpkin bucket and it’s glowing eyes!

Lori says:
Hazel is one cool witch! She’s ready to take on Halloween in style. I had a blast creating this fun card design. All the coloring is done with Spectrum Noir Markers. The witches glasses and the pumpkin eyes and nose are colored over with a clear glaze pen.  I used the Witching You text stamp to create a fun pattern on the white card base with Purple Neon ink. I stamped the Trees and Skully Flowers with Versamark ink on the orange cardstock panel. The sentiment is stamped and heat embossed in white. I gave Hazel a pumpkin that is filled with green gems. A few black sequins scattered around for the finishing touch.

And here’s a detail view:

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
1077-M Hazel witch boggies
7077-E Skully flowers
8218-F Witching you (text)
9059B Pumpkin container
8062-C Happy Halloweenie (text)
7073-N Winter Trees

Monica choose a sweet soft turquoise as her theme for this Christmas card. I love that she used the window stamp of Mary and Mr. Meow in an updated way – floating over a snowy neighborhood. The little ribbon is a great separation of the top and bottom background papers. And all the snowflakes in the soft pretty turquoise and blue are just lovely. It really does look like Christmas.

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
1105-J Mary and Mr. Meow at window
8189-D Look a lot like Christmas (text)


What a great card from Kelly! Don’t you just love that huge yellow moon! And the shadow of the tree is just great! She stamped and cut out the little trick-or-treaters – rearranging them ever so slightly so they can all stand on a straight sidewalk. I love the way the little word bubbles are outlined with black so they stand out as well.

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
1087-O Trick-or-treaters (side)
1088-D Candy hands
6016-N Porch with light

Stephanie got out her sewing machine for this cute little tag card. I love the idea of layering a tag on top of a card. She chose just a simple “hi”, which is really all you need to let someone know you’re thinking of them. Her colors are so sweet and the little ribbon and stitching are the perfect finishing touches.

Eat Cake Graphics stamp used:
2049-G Kitty on rocks

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