Friday, 13 September 2013

New Paperbabe Stamp Release Spooky Blog Hop

Welcome to Spook Night! Let the Spooky Fun begin! Ok So it isn't quite Spook Night, even if it is Friday 13th. Nope, it is the new stamp release from Paperbabe Stamps -

Welcome to the Paperbabe stamps Spooky Blog Hop!

Pop on other to the Paperbabe Stamps blog to see all the new releases - "Cumulus Background", "High In the Sky" clear stamps and "MayLeeDee Witchily", "Dillon Batwings" and "Dillon Magic" are available as digital download as well as the SVG files to help cut some of those images out.

I've used the Cumulus Background and High In The Sky stamp sets for my spooky Paperbabe Stamps make.

The sky and clouds are the fab Cumulus Background stamp and the moon is from the High In The Sky stamp set and can be used as either a sun or a moon. I've embossed it in glitter embossing powder.

There are more spooky makes to checkout on the blog hop:

Kim Dellow - You Are Here!

Have some spooky fun and don't forgot to leave lots of comments, there is a prize up for grabs and the winner will be announced on the Paperbabe Blog on the 20th Sept.


Just checking you aren't too scared to continue on the spooky hop!
See you later.


  1. Wow Kim, what an amazing sky - fabulous card.

    Toni xx

  2. What an original idea. Brilliant.

  3. LOVE your card Kim the dimension with the clouds and moon is genius! The graduating colours in the background is so effective!
    Thank you so much for taking part sweetie!
    BiG HuGs
    Kim x

  4. Fabulous, I'm so impressed with these stamps and I love your card, very versatile these are and thanks to you for me finding them x

  5. Superb!! I love it Kim.
    Hugs Mau xx

  6. Wonderful spooky cloudy night! great use of the ink and glitter embossing.

  7. Love this sweet cloud image, and fabulous inking on this spooky night time card!


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