Pals Paper Arts Gets Wicked

Stampin up halloween card pizza box wicked cool

It's time for another Pals Paper Arts Weekly challenge (PPA60).  Check out the "Wicked" inspired samples by the PPA Design team and try your own hand at a little "wicked" project, too.  Grab your broom!

Halloween 4

I think it looks like a leaded glass window.  Using the Lattice Biz Die (a Stampin' Up! Exclusive design) and playing with the bits and pieces of several colors (like a jigsaw puzzle), produces a colorful new look for my card below . . . Oh my, the possibilities!  I'll share a video on the construction of this technique on Saturday . . . stay tuned!

Stampin up pals paper arts halloween card

Stampin up pals paper arts bat punch CARD:

Stamp Set:  Wicked Cool (WM 118738, CM 120600)
Paper:  Basic Black (121045), Garden Green (102584), Pumpkin Pie (105117), So Saffron (105118)
Ink:  Basic Black (101179)
Cool Tools:  Lattice Bigz Die (115958), Big Shot Die-Cut Machine (113439), 1 3/4" Circle Punch Extra Large (119850), Bitty Bat Punch Large (119279)
The Perfect Touch:  Black Flourish Designer Jewels (120987), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

Stampin up halloween pizza box lattice die

This simple 4" x 4" x 1" Pizza Box assembles in minutes.  Click here for the Splitcoaststampers tutorial I relied on for the "engineering."

Stampin up halloween got treats BOX:

Stamp Sets:  Wicked Cool (WM 118738, CM 120600), Got Treats (WM 119114, CM 120627)
Paper:  Basic Black (121045), Garden Green (102584), Pumpkin Pie (105117), Woodland Walk Designer Series Paper (117389)
Ink:  Basic Black (101179)
Cool Tools:  Lattic Bigz Die (115958), Big Shot Die-Cut Machine (113439), Tag Punch Extra Large (119866)
The Perfect Touch:  Black Flourish Designer Jewels (120987), Pumpkin Pie 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon (109030), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

FILL YOUR STAMPIN' UP! WISH LIST AND SAVE$$.  Learn how hobby stampers can enjoy demonstrator benefits and discounts and be part of my Stampin' Pretty Pals!   The whole scoop here!

COMING UP:  Tomorrow I'll share a very special card for Lily B., my new grandniece.  Saturday will serve up a new Video Tutorial on the "leaded glass" look I used for the card above!

Black signature ivory



  1. This is fabulous! So fresh, clean, modern and oh so “Mary”. Love the use of the lattice die and all it’s parts. Brilliant!

  2. Mary, this card is SO COOL! I absolutely love it. And the box! Superb! XOXO

  3. Wicked special treat indeed 😉 Awesome Mary!

  4. as I have said before, your work is stunning, I just love checking out your site everyday as I know there is going to be something there that I really love.

    Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful creations with all of us.

  5. Love the colors and the design of your card, Mary! The lattice is stunning!

  6. Lovely lattice look! (I love alliteration!) And it pops perfectly on the pizza box! 🙂

  7. Totally awesome Mary!! Your use of the Lattice die gives me all kinds of nifty ideas for Christmas cards. Thanks for another great shot of inspiration. You’re one talented lady!!

  8. Clever use of the Lattice die!

  9. What a completely different look for the lattice die when filling in the holes with other colors. Stunning effect!

  10. Love the stained glass effect! Great colors, too!

  11. That lattice die is really stunning. I wouldn’t have thought of filling in the spaces with another color. Brilliant. Another addition to the Wish List.

  12. Wickedly cool–love the card & box!

  13. Your colors are smashing along with your card and pizza box. I’ll have to click on over to “engineer” one too … love it! Have a great day!

  14. I so love your stained glass… both are fabulous!!! Love the hat on the corner. Hugs,

  15. Your lattice looks like stain glass. And your box is just too adorable! Super, Super Cute!

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