My card for you today is made primarily with Stampin’ Up!’s My Digital Studio (MDS) and the Stampin Up Frightful Sight DSP Digital download. The Designer Series Paper (DSP) used for this card is the Digital Frightful Sight DSP (the non-digital Frightful Sight DSP is on pages 22 & 185 of the Stampin’ Up! Idea Book and Catalog 2011-2012).
I chose the spider design from the Stampin Up Frightful Sight DSP for the first card layer, and I enlarged it through MDS to get larger spiders on the DSP. That’s one of many things I love about MDS – you can manipulate the items to fit your needs!
The second card layer is a spider web that I drew by hand. The spider hanging from the “trick or treat” greeting is one that I cut out of the DSP and embellished it with Crystal Effects.
The frightful cat (lol) is from the MDS Cute Cats Stamp Brush Set, which is unavailable. (That is one of the great things about Stampin’ Up!’s MDS – once you’ve downloaded a item, it’s available for use forever – it NEVER retires!) And, that little bell around the cat’s neck – isn’t is so darling? It is a Stampin’ Up! Mini Jingle Bell from the current Holiday Mini Catalog. (I think most stampers think of only using the bells on Christmas items.) I attached the bell with Stampin’ Up!’s White Baker’s Twine that I rolled on my Basic Black Stampin’ Pad to turn it black. Isn’t it so cute? I also used the twine for the string that the spider is hanging from.
The cat’s hat is from MDS Jack of all Trades Stamp Brush Set, which I enlarged slightly and embellished it also with Crystal Effects.
Last, but not least, the greeting is from MDS Spooky Things Stamp Brush Set (unavailable) that I also manipulated to the size I wanted and punched it out with the Modern Label Punch and matted it with the a cut-out from the Stampin’ Up! Movers & Shapers, Punch Windows.