Ghostly Haunts with Digi Doodle Studios + a Bag-a-lope Video Tutorial!

Hello friends and happy weekend to you!  Hope that you have some fun included in your weekend.  I’m off to a local craft show with my mom. I have had my own craft booth at the place we’re going in the past, but I honestly haven’t the time or strength to do one this year…so I’m just going as a shopper this time!  LOL

Today I’m sharing this really adorable digital stamp set from Digi Doodle Studios called “Ghotstly Haunts” and I had SO much fun with it that I made several projects using it including a fun video tutorial that may give you ideas for not only your favorite goblin, but for other fun ideas that I’ll reference:

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Now how cute are the ghosts in this set?!  As you can see, I had tons of fun creating several projects using the Ghostly Haunts Pairables digital stamp set!

The two projects on the ends are actually what I’ve created for the “bag-a-lope” video tutorial.  If you’ve been crafting for as long as I have, then I’m sure you’ve heard of this idea somewhere along the way.  People buy up those dies, but this way seems so much easier and cheaper to deal with to me.  Here’s the project idea that I share in the video:

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This is such a fun and easy bag to create and fill with treats for your favorite goblin!  You can fill with yummy treats or a small gift.  It would be great to put a gift card inside with some tissue or bag fill too!  Not only for Halloween, but for Christmas too!

In the video below, I share how I created this bag along with another fun project using the same idea with just a plain old envelope!  That’s all you need to make these along with your own ideas!  I’ve used the Ghostly Haunts Pairables set to create the fun spider web paper in the background as well as the spider and sentiment.

If you’d like to see how to create this treat bag along with some other fun ideas with tips and tricks, then be sure to watch my video tutorial below or CLICK HERE to view it on You Tube. – If you haven’t yet, please be sure to hit “like”, comment and subscribe to my channel!


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As seen in the video, I have also used this adorable set using the same “bag-a-lope” idea to create a fun lumiere using a vellum envelope.  I have printed out an additional ghost and attached him to the clip on the top of the bag.  LOL!

For the spider web strips at the top and bottom, they were the same left over papers that I’ve used on the treat bag above, but for these strips I’ve heat embossed over them with some clear sparkle EP.  It’s hard to see in the photos, but I’ve taken a sparkle glitter brush pen and covered every single ghost on my projects.  I’ve used my Copic markers to color in all of the images after printing out my scenes from the computer.  The sentiment for this project was actually made by myself using a font from my computer.

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Here you can see how the battery tea light candles are glowing through the vellum lumiere bag.  I also thought this would be a fun idea for Christmas time as well!

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Lastly, I HAD to create a card using this adorable digital set too!

For this card, I created the scene on my computer and prined it out.  I printed it out again over some masking paper.  I cut the images out of masking paper and put them over the printed out scene so I could do the ink blended background.  I actually fussy cut the ghost and popped him up over the tombstone.  I covered him with a glitter brush pen too!  (I’ve also added a touch of “moon glow” on the top of his head.

I die cut the scene and attached it over a piece of purple glitterstock and then die cut the black frame to go over top of the card.  Before adding the frame, I attached the die cut fence and a couple more pieces of “grass” from the digital stamp set.  That sentiment cracks me up!  I sponged over it, added to a black strip and attached it over the card front panel.  This was all attached to an A2 sized top folding card base.

Hope you’ve had as much looking at my projects as I had making them!  Please be sure to check out this adorable Ghostly Haunts Pairables digital stamp set and be sure to check out the full line of Pairables in the store as there are some really great ones!


Also, if you are looking to get into the Christmas spirit, Then hop on over to the Digi Doodle Studios Facebook Group and join us for a Christmas card swap:

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Please CLICK HERE for complete details about the swap and please remember that you are to use Digi Doodle Studios images only.  I have joined and look forward to swapping with a fellow crafty friend!

I will be sure to have this badge on the side of my blog so you can find it later if you need it.

And if you haven’t joined us over the Digi Doodle Studios Facebook Group, please CLICK HERE and join us for some inspiration, fun challenges and updates about Digi Doodle Studios!

There are lots of fun ways to join in any challenge with us!  Please CLICK HERE to see all of the options available and for chances to win a prize!


Thank you so much for dropping by today and I’ll be seeing you soon!

Challenges:

  1.  Try it On Tuesday – Witches/Wizards/Halloween
  2. The Creative Crafters – Anything Goes
  3. Creatalicious – October Anything Goes with optional Autumn/Halloween
  4. Simon Says Stamp Wednesday – Halloween
  5. The Male Room – Halloween#122
  6. Krafty Chicks – #477 Ghost Card
  7. CRAFT – Box or Bag
  8. Creative Knockouts – Halloween
  9. TGIF Challenges! – #tgifc234 – Happy Halloween234

Author: *Vicki*

I'm so happy you found me! I love to share smiles with my handmade cards! I also enjoy papercrafts through art journaling, scrapooking and mixed media projects too! I would love for you to join my blog for updates with my creative art journey! Thanks for stopping by!

29 thoughts on “Ghostly Haunts with Digi Doodle Studios + a Bag-a-lope Video Tutorial!”

  1. Giggling here – Vicki, I can just image you seeing these images and getting to work with your vibrant colors, sweet designs, a smile in your heart, and laughter at the outcome! They are darling beyond words, and each one so beautiful! hugs, de

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  2. Hey, Vicki! So glad I stopped by after seeing this amazing card on SCS. The card is so beautiful with the cute ghost and your remarkable coloring of the tree. I would have never guessed that you created the bag with an envelope! It is terrific as is the lumiere bag. Great pieces of art, Vicki! Hugs!

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  3. Gosh, it’s a long time since I’ve heard anyone mention bagalopes, but they really ought to be used far more often. They’re so practical and this is a perfect example of how a good one should look. I’ve never thought of putting a tealight inside and doesn’t it look good? I love what you’ve done with these. Lovely inking and that tree is fabulous…beautifully coloured and great in either shade. Lovely projects. Thank you for joining Try it on Tuesday’s Halloween challenge.
    Cath x

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  4. Cuteness! Love them all, my friend! Sorry you couldn’t do the craft show as a vendor this year, but can certainly relate! Hope you’re improving more each day! Take care, and keep inspiring me – my mojo is drastically lacking!

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  5. I don’t think I’ve ever seen or heard of a bagalope, but I LOVE this cute little idea! Love the bags you created and the luminary idea is fabulous to decorate your home for holidays! Great video and such a fun card too! Now I’m off to try and make a bag of my own! Thanks 🙂

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  6. Vicki, these are all so adorable! I love the idea of special treat bags on Halloween. They’d make perfect little door prize gifts at a child’s Halloween party. I have to keep this idea in mind.

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  7. Vicki, I really enjoyed the tutorial video! I watched it twice! Wow! What a great idea to transform an envelope into a bag! I will definitely try it. Your creations are gorgeous! Hugs, my dear friend.

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  8. What a fun post Vicki…..Your three projects are so darn cute and stunningly creative x. Love the idea of the vellum with the tea light in it and that’s one adorable ghost….even the spider is cute x. Fun sentiments and great scene making on your card. Thank you for the fabulous inspiration. Hope you enjoyed the craft show? x.

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  9. WOW Vicki, these creations are gorgeous!! I love all of the images and your adorable gift bags! Awesome coloring and details! I’ve never made an envelope bag and you give great instructions in your video, I’ll have to give it a try. Looks like your ready for Halloween with your black nail polish, I love it 🙂
    Hugs, Tammy

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  10. You are so clever! Love the concept of using envelopes to make gift bags. So effectful with the faux candles with the translucent paper bag. And a spooktaukar card too. I’ve liked the video and am now following you on YouTube as well.

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    1. Oh my Vicki, your projects and card are all so wonderful. Loved the video. Sweet image are so much fun, since the sweet little ghost wouldn’t scare anyone!!! Thanks for sharing, I had forgotten bagalopes and they are so cute.

      Hugs
      Sue

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  11. It’s the halloween who loves. Cute and no creepy. The little bag with light is a very good idea. On the border of a window, it will make a beautiful decoration. 😀

    Hugs and see you soon 😉

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  12. A Fabulous set of projects, loved it each one, your entry for our challenge is just Super, loved your video too. Thank you so much for joining us in our Halloween challenge at The Male Room this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.

    Faith The Male Room DT

    The Male Room
    themaleroomchallengeblog.blogspot.co.uk

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