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Halloween Cards!

I added loads of Halloween cards to the Serendipity Stamps Pinterest Boards!  Hear is just a sample of what you’ll see when you visit our Halloween board.  Above, Marybeth Lopez used our Ghost With Lamp and a bit of fussy cutting.   (Background die unknown).

Above, Kecia Waters used our Kitty and Jack and Boo Large ($1 sale!) stamps.

And above, you see our fantastic Owl Die and Boo die to make a fun tag for your Halloween treats!


September #1 Blog Hop Winner!

Congratulations to our September #1 blog hop winner Anita In France!   You won our random drawing for a a $20 gift certificate to use at   Email me at to find out how to claim your prize.

This is such a fun stamping season!   So many events coming up to make cards for!   Halloween, Thanksgiving, and just celebrating the beautiful season of fall.   Above is a beautiful card from DT Alumni Jenny Gropp.   Jenny used our Acorns Cling Set. with simple monotone colors.   Below, DT Alumni Pauline Pollington used our Kitty & Pumpkin and Trick or Treat stamps.



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What’s New?


What’s New?

That’s the theme for our October Serendipity Stamps Challenge.    Create a card using a new product (and a Serendipity Stamps image) and submit it for your chance to win our blog badge or a shot at winning our random drawing for a $20 Gift Certificate!

$1 Cling Stamps Go With Serendipity Stamps Dies

We have lots and lots of stamps in our $1 Cling Stamp sale!   Many of them coordinate with our dies.   For example the “Thanksgiving” stamp works great with our Blessings Die.   Or how about the Boo! stamp with the Creepy Wreath die?  There are lots of options!   Check them out!




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A Halloween card to DIE for!

Jeanne Jachna made this card using the new Pumpkin Die and Happy Halloween Small (which is included in the Ghost With Pumpkin Cling Set).

All Halloween Stamps (and this die) are 20% off through Sept 26th.





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Halloween Candy Pouch

Halloween projects are a great way to break out of the card-making “box”.  So many great projects that are just a step away from what you’re used to doing on your cards!    Here’s an adorable candy pouch that Miriam Napier created for the SS DT Halloween challenge this week.     She simply added a tag made using the new Ghost With Pumpkin.

All Halloween Stamps and Dies are 20% Off Through Sept 26th.

Want to visit our Design Team member and DT Alumni blogs?   Just click their links displayed to the right.

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Irresistible Halloween Cards and Projects

This week’s challenge for the Serendipity Stamps Design Team was to create Halloween projects.   What fun creations!   Now I REALLY can’t wait for October’s cool weather, colorful leaves, and little kids dressing up and knocking on my door begging for candy!   Jeanne Jachna set the mood just right with this card she made using our Witch Silhoutte.   And just to help everyone get prepared we’re offering….

20% Off All Halloween Stamps!

That’s right – any stamp (or die!) you choose from the Halloween Category is 20% off through Wed Sept 26th.

And did you notice?   You can follow us on Pinterest now!  Take a look at all we’ve pinned so far!


Ghosts and Snowmen


Serendipity Stamps Design Team Alumni Kathie Bailey made these two cards using our new stamps Ghost With Pumpkin and Snowman With Watering Can.  Head over to and stock up during our “Buy 3 Get the 4th Free” sale!

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New Fall/Winter Stamps

New Stamps!

Our new line of Fall and Winter Stamps is up on the Serendipity Stamps website!  And the plates arrived today so those of you who pre-ordered – your orders will ship in a day or two.

Customer Challenge – Halloween!
Due: Sept 16th, 2011
Prize:  Halloween Super Pack – one of each of our individual Halloween Stamps (on cling cushion).  That’s over 40 stamps!
Want some more inspiration?  Head over to our Halloween Gallery.

Holly Craft just sent a photo of this delightful little accordian book.   She used the Pirate Puppy Cling set, 1121QCL.


Visiting Graveyards

When I was a girl I my mother and I used to visit an old cemetery in St. Louis.   We weren’t visiting the graves – we didn’t know anyone there.   We were hunting pinecones and acorns.   My mom made the most beautiful wired pinecone wreaths with the natural treasures we’d find in the cemetery.  As a result of these foraging trips, I’m not in the least superstitious about “graveyards” – indeed they can be beautiful, peaceful places to spend some time.   But put a Graveyard in the hands of the Serendipity Stamps Design Team and there’s nothing peaceful about it!   It’s a whole new world of creativity! 

After you take a look at the cards below, head over to our Gallery to see our new Halloween section.   Eventually I’ll have a whole new set of Galleries organzied by subject, just like this new Halloween section.   Dozens of Halloween cards in one place!

The first card below was designed by Jenny Gropp – Serendipity’s Guest Designer.  The one below that is from Sue Eldred.   Both ladies used 1229H – Graveyard and 1228D Have a Wicked Good Day.

Graveyard - 1229H - Jenny Gropp

Graveyard - 1229H - Sue Eldred

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Not-So-Scary Spider

We’ve been so busy at Serendipity Stamps that today I had to go digging in dark corners to find boxes to ship orders.   Ugh – that means spiders!   I’m not a jump up and scream type when it comes to spiders – in fact I tend to carry the box over to the door and dump the little guys outside – but that doesn’t mean I LIKE them.   However, I dare you not to like our new little Spider image – 1226E – especially after you see what some members of the SS design team created with him!

We’ll start with the awesome decorated pumpkin by Amy Cokley.
Spider-1226E - Amy Cokley

Next a card from Sue Eldred.  In addition to the Spider, Sue used 851D – Who Loves Ya – which is on our Dollar Sale right now!
Spider-1226E-Sue Eldred

And last, but of course not least, is Lynda Benden’s card.  Lynda too used a stamp from our Dollar Sale – Boo Lg – 660C.
Spider -1226E -  Lynda Benden

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