We are sharing a fun and spooky post today from in-house Sample Artist Debi Hammons featuring the undisputed King of the Macabre, our Poe Poetry stamp. This great image makes it so easy to make wonderful Halloween greetings or mixed media projects. With little or no coloring you can achieve a terrific effect like Debi did. You can click on the card to be taken to the project on our website.
Be sure to leave some comments for our Design Team and Guest Artists today, too. You’ll be entered in our weekly contest once for each comment. We’d love to hear from everyone, but winners must have a U.S. Address. Official Rules are always here.
For more chances to win, link your projects up to our #31DaysofHalloween gallery by clicking on the link below. We’d love to see everyone’s creative designs, but you can only win if you have a U.S. Mailing address.
Ravens Ruled this week on our blog! We’re so glad you could join us!
Several of our Design Team Members made great samples using our Crows and Ravens, but they were posting with the Dreamweaver/Core’dinations collaboration and didn’t have another chance to post their projects! We wanted you to see them here.
Clicking on a photo below will take you to that project on our website with full supplies and instructions so you can get flying with us.
Stampendous crow and raven stamps are among our very top sellers this time of year! In addition to our new Crow Caw stamp, and our classic Raven Background stamp, we also have our terrific Crowscape! This large background stamp is perfect for adding any focal point or greeting! Take a look at this amazing card from Jennifer Dove featuring this image! Love how she tore the top then “stitched” it closed!
Or this fantastic bookmark by Wendy Price showing how even a small part of this stamp can be highly effective!
Some of our Design Team Members would like to share their crow creations with you during our Ravens Rule week! Flap on over and give them some comment treats!
Yes, a group of crows is called a murder (not a flock)! No wonder they’re associated with being up to no good! Crows and ravens habitually steal things. They are typically scavengers and will eat just about anything, including dead animals, so they’re often associated with death. They are, however, extremely family-oriented birds that care a great deal about their… uh… murder members?!
Here at Stampendous they just make great rubber stamps. Iconic images that are perfect for your Halloween greetings! Check out this terrific card by Wend Jordan featuring our Raven Background stamp! Wow! The Trick or Treat Color Fragments she used around the edges really set off the central design!
Check out the offerings from our Design Team Members today for Ravens Rule Week! Let our black birds put you in the mood for some Halloween fun!
Is there anything cooler or more evocative of a frosty Halloween night than the sight of an ominous, black raven? These birds are among the smartest in the animal kingdom, actually using tools to find food. They can even be taught to talk.
Stampendous offers some great raven/crow images for your spooky stamping pleasure, including a new one this year, Crow Caw! Isn’t he gorgeous?!
Take a peek at some great projects from our Design Team featuring our birds of a feather! Leave them some love in their comments, too! That’s their Treat for the season!