Spooky Mummy Card

Hi everyone!Last week, I had such a great response to using my Silhouette Cameo in a video, that I decided to do it again this week. This project still kind of fits for Frugal Friday because I did use some kit club papers. I also have a Silhouette tutorial to go along with it.Let’s get started!




Here’s the video. Enjoy!

I used a cute little Mummy from Miss Kate Cuttables. Click here to see the file. The card base and tree silhouette layer are both from Miss Kate Cuttables too. I used the Halloween Icons file, duplicated the scallop square layer and welded them together to form the card base.

The flair I used is also from Miss Kate Cuttables flair collection through SP and Company: Candy Corn Flair.

The sentiment I used is from the Bold Sentiments II stamp set.

The polka dot patterned paper is from the Echo Park Tis the Season collection. There are still some sheets from this collection left in the store. It was included in the September SP Monthly Kit.

The twine is from The Twinery.

  • What kind of Silhouette tutorial do you want to see next?
  • What flair theme do you want to see next?
  • Do you get a lot of trick or treaters where you live?

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4 thoughts on “Spooky Mummy Card

  1. I’m still getting to know my Silhouette so I like any and all tutorials. I’d really like to know if there is someway to stamp an image with my rubber/acrylic stamps and be able to cut it on my Silhouette.

    We don’t really get any trick or treaters in our neighborhood but that’s ok ’cause we don’t really celebrate Halloween.

  2. I love those ideas!! Keep ’em coming! I definitely want to do both of those, but I have to figure them out first myself lol.

    That might be a bit of a good things, less money to spend on Halloween candy & more for yourself 😉 I guess that could be good and bad lol. I would eat it all!

  3. Super cute card…some ideas of tutorials you could do include:
    *using digi stamps to print/cut with the Cameo
    *using Cameo software to stamp an image then create cut file (I know you did one with MTC a long time ago, but it took me forever to get it to work in the Cameo software–images were always huge when I brought them into the software!)
    As far as trick or treaters….our neighborhood gets a TON, but we live on a small court and I think the kids think it’s not worth their time, so we don’t get as many as other areas.

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