Spooky Sunset Tutorial with Halloween Girl Stamp Set

Hi everyone!Welcome to our new bloggy series called Wild Wednesday.  In this series, I plan on mixing things up. This is another opportunity for tutorials, tips & tricks, and mini series.  I am working on a mini series that has been highly requested, but until it is ready, I am going to be sharing projects/tutorials for the first few Wednesday 🙂

What do you want to see for Wild Wednesday??

For this Wild Wednesday, I have a tutorial for you using the new Halloween Girl stamp set. I had mentioned I had some fun plans for the bat and moon shape from this stamp set, so that is what I have for you today.


I filmed a video showing my process for creating this scene. Enjoy!


What’s neat about this is that you can create any kind of sunset or background you like.

Click here to see the inking tutorial for the background.

You could use any colors of ink, or even just use some black, orange, or gray cardstock as the background. If you use black cardstock, the bat shapes could be embossed so they pop of the page.

As you can see, there are tons of ways to create this same type of card using the Halloween Girl stamp set. I think these element stamps in the set are pretty spectacular!

Here’s another look at my project:

I hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial. Be sure to play along with Fall & Halloween Week by linking up your creations here.

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5 thoughts on “Spooky Sunset Tutorial with Halloween Girl Stamp Set

  1. Can you please tell me if you mixed the glitter in with your white embossing powder or did you buy it that way and if so what company is it by and what is the color name of the embossing powder? Also if you mixed it can you please tell me what colors you used and the amounts. Thanks so much. I love your ideas .
    Thanks Brenda Gallant
    Please reply to : db.gallant@bellaliant.net

    1. The glitter got mixed in accidentally. There was just some glitter left in my little powder tray from doing some other project one time and it got mixed in with the white the next time I used it. I don’t even know what kind/brand. It was one of the fine glitters though, not chunky. My white embossing powder came from either Joanns or Michaels years ago. Just their generic brand.

      If you plan on mixing in some glitter, I would only mix in a tiny bit or your project might turn out really blotchy.

      Hope that helps!

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