Halloween fun with Colorado Craft Company

 Hello my fabulous friends! 

And to all those who are new here, welcome! I'm so glad you stopped by!

It's time for another incredible Colorado Craft Company new release and I'm joining in with some incredibly talented designers for a bloghop!  

(And yes, there will be prizes!) 

Note: Products were provided by the company, however my opinions remain my own. Affiliate links have been used. This doesn't affect the price you pay, but it does a lot to help me continue bringing you new content. Thank you so much for your support!

I can't believe it's already October! I guess I'm a little slow diving into autumn this year... I've been enjoying the summer sun and flowers too much. LOL!

 Well, today's 3C release has me in the mood for some Halloween fun! 

Let's take a closer look!

Something wicked, or something magical? This first set is called Sitting Witch, and is absolutely fantastic! The witch is a separate stamp from the words, so you can have her sitting on anything you want! 

And to make things even easier, you can get the coordinating dies.

I decided to paint the word "wicked" with some colorshift paints... this makes it look super fun in real life (especially when you walk past it, and it magically changes colors), but super hard to photograph!

 

Isn't it magical?!?!


Next up, let's talk zombies... with the new Zombie Friend.   


Now I know, zombies aren't everyone's cup of tea, and that fine! Personally I have one friend who would get a kick out of being told that if I were a zombie, I'd eat him first... So this card is for him. ๐Ÿ˜‰

 If you are interested in the coordinating die, you can find it here.

And for my last card of the day, this is Witch's Broom... If the broom fits, ride it!  

This is a huge broom, and it will be lot's of fun to play with!


 If Halloween isn't your thing, be sure to check out the other stamps in this release that are about fall, gratitude, and Thanksgiving!

 

Now, let's talk prizes, shall we?

Colorado Craft Company will give away one of each of the new stamp sets to randomly chosen winners, 9 total. They will be picked from the blogs and instagram posts.
To enter,  leave a comment on this blog post and a follow and/or comment on my Instagram.

 Check out all the other incredibly talented designers below:

I'll be back with more soon... see you then!

~Kassi

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Comments

  1. It looks like you had a great time with this release. Your cards are perfect for someone like me who isn't all about blood and guts for Halloween.

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  2. I love the sitting witch card๐Ÿ˜‚

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  3. Fabulous cards! CCC outdid themselves with this release.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  4. Live the sitting witch set and the words that come with it !

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  5. Your cards are beautiful! I love each one!

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  6. Love the coloring on these cards! Lovely!

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  7. Amazing cards! What is the name of the colorshift paint please?

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    1. The colorshift paints are IUILE watercolors
      https://www.etsy.com/shop/IUILE

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  9. These cards really are magical!!!

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  10. Fun cards. Love the new stsmps!

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  11. Love the new Halloween stamps! Beautiful cards.

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  12. Your cards are so gorgeous! The witch card is so awesome with the colors you chose and the way you colored it. Love the shine on the sentiment!

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  13. I LOVE how you did the WICKED! And fabulous coloring!

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  14. I love your cards and the new release! Awesome coloring and color choices

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  15. Love this release and you did a fantastic job with the sets that are already in my cart.๐Ÿ˜

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  16. Such fun cards. Haven't bought new
    stamps in awhile but that will change
    with this release. Stunningly ghoulish.
    Love them. thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  17. Your cards are so creative! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  18. OMG I love how simple but amazing these cards are. I cannot wait to start trying some of these ideas!

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  19. Great cards! I love these Halloween images and the cards you created! Love the Sitting Witch design!

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  20. This new release is awesome. Love your cards. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

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  21. I loved the broom card best. I like mean Halloween so that broom fits right in along with the zombie. Thanks for sharing..

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  22. I like all three of your cards bit the broom is my favorite. Thanks.

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  23. Great cards! Thank you for sharing!

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  24. I am beginning to love this broom stamp set. It's fun and I can see it used for something other than Halloween. Love what you did with this release.

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  25. The shiny letters look great!! Great detail to add.

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  26. That color shifting paint is really cool. It looks like embossing powder- did you go over the paint with clear powder?

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    1. I didn't use any embossing powder, just the paint. Although you could put a layer of embossing powder over it if you wanted to.

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  27. Hi, Kassi - Those watercolors - any chance they're Iuile? (Not sure if I am spelling that right, but I have ordered them before and love them.) I like your witch card and how you colored it very much, and the broom card is fabulous (faBOOlous?) too. TFS -
    Lori S in PA

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    1. Yes they are IUILE watercolors. They are so fun to use!

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  28. Thank you for the inspiration to try colorshift paints. Your cards are so unique.

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  29. Marisela Delgado said: Awesome card! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  30. Wonderful cards! I'm so ready for Halloween ๐ŸŽƒ

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  31. Sasssssy, classy and super fun! I love this lovely legs witch.

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  32. Fantastic cards! I love the shimmery Wicked sentiment!

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  33. Are those color shift paints water colors? I was a Pumpkin on the Fence about the Sitting Witch Stamp, but your card has tipped me over the edge. I love it!

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    1. Yes, the color shift paints are watercolors. They are IUILE watercolors
      https://www.etsy.com/shop/IUILE

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  34. Love the Sitting Witch card. So pretty.

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  35. I enjoy your cards and the creative you have. My favorite stamp set so fare is the witch sitting.

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  36. Oh my gosh, in my best Boston accent (and I'm southern) I'd say that card changing colors is wicked awesome. I love the broom and the zombie. So much fun to be had here. [Bunny]

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  37. Your cards are beautiful! This Colorado Craft Company release is excellent!

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  38. Love your cards, beautiful work!

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  39. Love the colors you used in all the cards! I JUST LOVE CCC STAMPS!! <3 HALLOWEEN STAMPS ARE MY FAVORITE!

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  40. I love your card and I think the colorshift paints are amazing for this. May I ask what is the brand of the Colorshift Paints please? Thank you.

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  41. Beautiful cards… they look simple but they are not they are colorful and fun. You bring out the whimsy of these stamps. Love them all!!!

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  42. I love your cards! Especially the broom card! Thank you for sharing your ideas!

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  43. Great cards. Love the broom card especially.

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  44. Oh what fun you had with your cards!!

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  45. Love the colorshift watercolor on the Wicked card... what a fantastic idea!!!

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  46. Love that colorshift ink in the "wicked"! Great cards!

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  47. Lovely cards. That witch is amazing.
    Valerija xx

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  48. Love all the new products and can’t wait to try them out myself!

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  49. Thanks for showing us the spooky side of this release. Loved your cards!

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  50. Your cards are so so amazing. I love that paint you used!! You were able to photograph it well!! Thank you for the inspiration, Happy Halloween!

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  51. I love all your cards. Beautifully done!

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  52. GREAT cards! The big broom is my favorite in the release, but your sitting witch stole the show for me! The way you painted the sentiment (thanks for the little video) and the coloring of the witch...winner!!

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  53. Love this card. The color scheme & splatters go together so well. Thnx so much for sharing.

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  54. I have a different brand of color shift type paints, but haven't yet tried them out. GREAT INSPIRATION THIS WAY COMES!!! Thnx again!

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  55. Terrific cards! I love the fun and wicked cool factors. Will have to try that color shift paint. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  56. I love the color combo of black and purple. The background is subtle and I love how it showcases the “main event” with out clutter..Thank you for sharing the product you used in the sentiment. Something wicked is a great card. Love that you also showcased the broom stamp…Halloween doesn’t have to be scary

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  57. oooh you have really show cased these products to perfection - love all your cards

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  58. Wonderful cards. This new release from CCC is super!! Can't wait to start crafting some spooky Halloween cards like these.

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  59. Marisela Delgado said: Gorgeous watercolors! Fabulous colors. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  60. Marisela Delgado said: Gorgeous use of color. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  61. Great quick video capturing the color shift. Interesting for the sentiment. Great appeal.

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  62. This is so beautiful and creative.

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