Farrah created some fun globes using Amy Wolff’s Sleepy Hallow kit.
Kim created a card using Frank ‘n Friends by Kate Hadfield.
Kim cut out a few of the fun doodles to create this fabulous card.
Lori created some fun Halloween treats using Kate Hadfield’s Oogly Boogly.
Lori’s tip: These images worked really well with the Silhouette Cameo Print & Cut.
Kim used her Silhouette Cameo for a print and cut Halloween Countdown.
Cynthia created a digital layout with That’s Scary! by Little Butterfly Wings.
Cynthia did such a lovely job blending so many elements on this page.
Cristina used Amber LaBau and Sara Gleason’s Thirty-One to create some super cute candle holders.
Cristina’s tip: I used the Thirty One kit to decorate a jar and turn it into a fun Halloween candle holder. I used Mod Podge and orange tissue paper to cover the outside of the jar, and then I printed and cut out a few fun embellishments from the kit to decorate the jar. For safety, I recommend using electrical candles.
Lori used Thirty One as well as Oogly Boogly to create some fun and practical Halloween magnets. She used Silhouette Print and Cut and then attached magnets on the back for seasonal message holders for her white board. PLUS – she used Amber & Saras’s thirty one for a few more magnets. The flairs were the perfect size to adhere to small glass gems. She attached a magnet sticker on the back to make them ready to use.
Sarah created a planner page with Just Jaimee and Mommyish’s Real Life in Pockets Tricks n’ Treats.
Sarah says: I love using pocket scrapping kits for my planner pages. Not only are they chock full of great seasonal embellishments and word art, but the pocket cards can easily be resized to fit in my planner boxes.
Kerrieanne created some fun paper straws using Halloween Blocks by Jacque Larsen.
By cutting some slits in the background paper Kerrianne created a fun festive Halloween party favor.
Cynthia created an art journaling spread using Little Butterfly Wing’s After the Rain.
Cynthia says: As I don’t have Silhoutte, print in an everyday printer, I created an A4 blank document in my program, brought the pieces in and played a bit around to have an idea of how they would go layered. Then I separated them to print, all in the same page, as my hand written diary is smaller. Printed, cut them out and doodled the background, then glued the pieces on top. I have a hard time with lettering so I love using ready made word art.
I hope you all have enjoyed this round of fabulous Halloween projects. Join us next week for the final post in this three part series.