October 23, 2008

Super Sweet, not at all Spooky Halloween papers

There is no need to be spooked by a little pattern paper and funky colors for Halloween! You really must hurry to the store before all the Halloween paper is gone and check out the options.

This line, from My Mind's Eye was fantastic to work with. The accompanying sheet of cardstock tags and borders made these pages and cards come together really quickly. Be sure to think outside the box...some Halloween embellishments lend very well to general fall themed projects, cards and pages and vice-versa.

Here's to a photo-laden Halloween and many fabulous projects afterward to prove it!
Anita




As you can tell, I used transparencies...again...yes...I just love this technique for journaling and titles. Also, the really small photos on the Halloween through the years layout are from the photo "kiosk" at Rite Aid...you can choose the collage feature and print several photos on one 4 x 6...perfect for pages and projects like this!

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6 comments:

AngMomof3 said...

I like your titles on transparency... you can use the cutest fonts! Nice choices.

And I really like the purple added into the traditional orange and black halloween colors.

You're so good at adding a itty bitty amount of bling to just make your pages pop!

Judy said...

Anita, I love these layouts and cards--great job!!! It's neat to be able to add lots of pictures to a layout and your 2nd one is perfect for that!!! I'm sure you have some kids in your house verrrrryyyyy excited for Halloween this year!!!

Karen said...

I just love the layout with all the Halloween photos from past years mixed in! I keep forgetting that Rite Aid does the wallet size photos 2 per sheet. What a great way to get tons of photos on a page.

Your color choices are great on all the layouts and the cards - great job as usual!!

London Tierney said...

way cool!

Malinda said...

They look great. It is hard to get those miss-matched Halloween photos on a page and you did a really nice job. Thanks for sharing.

Deb said...

I think you really pulled off the hard thing. Lots of pictures and Lots of stuff without it looking crowded or overdone. It looks like the scrapbook equivelant of a bowl of Halloween candy, I might just have to scraplift this! Its well planned and cleverly done!