Bite Me with Stampin’ Up! Cookie Cutter Halloween

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September came and went; that can only mean one thing – Halloween and all of the ensuing holidays are filling up all of the retail stores! I guess it’s time to stop denying that the year has flown by and bring out the holiday stamps at long last. Fall is my favorite season and I love the deeper colors that go with it, don’t you?




By Debbie Mageed, Cookie Cutter Halloween, Bite Me, Stampin Up, Halloween


When I saw that the new Retro Rubber challenge was to use lace, ribbon or twine, I thought of the really cute new twines that I hadn’t used yet. Cookie Cutter Halloween is a brand new stamp set in the new holiday catalog and I wanted to pair it with an older Halloween photopolymer stamp set that came out as a special release in September 2013. It just retired and at last check was still available in the Clearance Rack for $6.98! The images and sentiments are wonderful for Halloween cards, don’t you think? The large leaf was cut from a scrap of corrugated paper left over from a past Paper Pumpkin kit. Those kits have some really great products that are very often exclusive to the kits and not found anywhere else in our catalog. Just one more reason to really love subscribing to Paper Pumpkin!



  • Stamp Sets: Cookie Cutter Halloween, Bite Me
  • Paper: Halloween Night Specialty DSP, Basic Gray, Pumpkin Pie
  • Ink: Memento Black
  • Cool Tools: Word Bubbles Framelits, Leaflets Framelits, Cookie Builder Punch, Classic Label Punch
  • Finishing Touch: Halloween Night Baker’s Twine
  • Copic Sketch Markers: C5, YR16



Please stop by and check out the rest of the Design Team inspiration over at Retro Rubber Challenge Blog then get your much loved older stamps out and play along! Read the Challenge Guidelines below to be eligible to win. The challenge closes on Friday, October 7th.







  • We require stamps older than one year. New papers/dies are great – but you must use at least one stamp older than a year anddescribe the age in your blog post.
  • Post your new creation to your blog or online gallery.  No back-linking prior to the beginning date of the challenge.
  • Feel free to combine our challenge with others but in order to be eligible to be one of our Top Five winners, you may not have submitted to more than 10 total.

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  1. Oh my gosh Debbie, this couldn’t be more adorable, I’m officially having a cute overdose here!!! This set is on my wish list, it’s one of the cutest Halloween sets from SU ever!!
    Love the fabulous panel of DSP, just perfect for your little ghouls, the colors and the details are just spot on!!!
    Great inspiration card!!!!!

  2. Maria is right! This is cuteness overload! You could not have done a more perfect scene for Halloween! Love the colors and your sketch! Definitely frameable! Already pinned, Sis!!

  3. So very cute! Each of those little trick-or-treaters are sweet and great job pairing it with the retro set.

  4. Clever abounds on this card! I love the large leaf (makes me think we should run the crimper challenge again)! And that little leaf is perfect with the bite me! You know what I love about October? – the candy – all of the miniature candy bars and the candy corn! Sugar overload! But I digress – this is one cute card with lots to look at – kind of like when you search thru your trick or treat candy for your favorites – this is one of my favorites of your cards!

  5. Debbie, Shukha and Scott should totally hang out some time. You are right about succulents being perfect for me. I love your card, it’s so fun and beautifully put together as always..Halloween is my wedding anniversary and so I try and avoid Halloween cards..but since living in the US, my halloween card making has increased 🙂 I love how the twine weaves through your little characters and the bite me stamp next to Junior Dracula is cracking me up. Cx

  6. Haha, did you mean to to tie up those little guys? Great twine idea! What a cute and fun card. Yes, cuteness overload!

  7. Debbie, love this cute card! Love the DSP and those little people are just adorable.

  8. What a great card! Those little guys are adorable! Love your design and placement! This card is a joy to look at!❤️

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