Thursday, October 1, 2015

Rerun No. 5 | Moonlight


Welcome lovelies to our next monthly Rerun!

Each Rerun will provide plenty of inspiration focusing upon a featured product, a month-long sale on the featured product and a challenge (with a prize!).


For our fifth Rerun we are concentrating on Moonlight.  Moonlight is a frightful and delightful set that includes tons of magical elements for Halloween and autumn!  Pair it with A Tree for All Seasons or This Awesome House to create creepy and spooktacular scenes or add a touch of the macabre to your other products!

Now on to the cards!


I must admit to having a deep and abiding love of Halloween.  I adore that there is a holiday that celebrates individuality, dressing up and sweet treats!  This set is so packed with images and sentiments that it will certainly become a Halloween crafting go-to.

Card No. 1


I love to use black and white and for Halloween I like to pair it with bright rich colors.  In Moonlight is a small scallop looking stamp that can be used as bunting on This Awesome House or as a decorative element.  I cut out the smaller rectangle from Essentials: Katharine Cutaways and stamped a border of the bunting in black.  I flicked gold spray onto the panel.  Next I cut out Big Bang Confetti Cutaways from fuchsia and purple cardstock and adhered them sporadically onto the white panel.  I adhered the white panel to a black layer created from the largest rectangle from Essentials: Katharine Cutaways.  All the layers are then adhered to a white card base.  On a strip of golden yellow cardstock I stamped the sentiment and smaller spider and adhered it to the card using dimensional foam adhesive.

Card No. 2


Making backgrounds with Distress Ink has to be one of my all time favorites.  On the piece of white cardstock cut with the larger rectangle from Essentials: Audrey Cutaways I used various blue Distress Inks and an ink blending tool to create the background.  Then using Scenery: Big Bang Classic Star Creative Screenings I sprayed white and shimmer sprays and then ran it through my Cuttlebug to emboss the stars from the stencil for more texture.  I over stamped some of the stars with the stars from Moonlight in black and also stamped the bats from Moonlight.

On the banner cut from Essentials: Katharine Cutaways I stamped the sentiment from Moonlight and attached the banner to the sky panel and black card base with the Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher.

Wait until you see what Kelly, Vanessa and Lydia did with Moonlight!


kelly_griglione_Spooky Halloween Card w&w Moonlight
kelly_griglione_Winnie and Walter Moonlight Halloween Card
CLICK HERE to see more from Kelly.

CLICK HERE to see more from Vanessa.


CLICK HERE to see more from Lydia.


Now it's your turn to play along with Rerun!
  1. Create a new project using Moonlight (and/or the coordinating cut files).  An alternative to using Moonlight (and/or the coordinating cut files) is to create a new project using one of the projects featured in this post (or any Rerun post throughout October) as your inspiration.  Make sure you use at least one (1) w&w product (this can include a freebie) in your project.  If you choose the alternative to using Moonlight (and/or the coordinating cut files), please include in your post or project description which project inspired you and how.
  2. Link up your project here by 11:55 p.m. CST on October 31, 2015.  
  3. Enter as many times as you want before the deadline.
  4. This Rerun Challenge may be combined with other challenges found here on the w&w blog or elsewhere.
One project will be randomly chosen to win $25.00 credit to the w&w shop!  The winner will be announced on the Giveaway Winners page or in it's very own post on the w&w blog.


  1. Wow! Pretty cool Halloween cards team!

  2. Awesome cards by the DT!! I don't have this stamp set by I'm sure to be able to use one of the DT cards for inspiration :)

  3. BOO-tiful cards!!!
    I'm INSPIRED :)
    Like Diane, I don't have this stamp but I do look forward to use the W&W goodies in my stash to play along with this challenge!!!


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