Today is the last segment of our Halloween Project Parade! The parade has been a howling good time for all. It’s sad to see the end of the parade, but just think of all the wonderful inspiration, tips, and tricks you have received! Before we finish off this parade lets enjoy a few more of those amazing projects the Polly’s have brewed up for you all!
Shivani used I Put a Spell on You by Allison Pennington to create a stunning layout.
Shivani says, “I have use a bit of photo dispersion technique to get movement on my page and partial extraction. Repeating the diamond shapes gives a nice harmony to the page.”
Suzanne created a stunning layout with Superstitious by Pink Reptile Designs.
Suzanne’s use of scattered triangles behind the picture really draw your eye to the subject.
Trista created this cute “You’ve been Booed” treat box using Zombeenies by Kate Hadfield.
Trista says, “Creating your own “You’ve Been Booed” printable is easy using these cute Zombeenies from Kate Hadfield. I created the image in Photoshop, printed on cardstock, cut to size, then added to a box of treats. The only thing left to do is leave it on the doorstep of some unsuspecting neighbors.”
Jewelle created a fun Halloween party game using Monster Lab by Kate Hadfield.
“Kate’s silly monsters inspired me to create a Halloween party game that could be enjoyed by kids of all ages. Using the poster feature on my printer I enlarged one monster to the size of a 3 foot tall poster board. Many people do not realize they have the option to print posters on their very own 8.5 x 11 printer. You have to look pretty closely to see where each piece of this monster was adhered together.I also enlarged and printed out some of the icky eyeballs from the kit. These two elements together create the perfect Pin the Eyeball on the Monster game!”
Cynthia created a very festive digital layout using Halloweenies 1 by Kate Hadfield.
Ana Paula created quite the treat using Halloweenies #2 by Kate Hadfield.
Aren’t these goody bags just adorable?! I would love receiving one of these on Halloween!
Marnel worked with Teen Parent Zone by Forever Joy.
Changing the coloring on your photo to match the kit can add a dramatic impact to the layout as seen in Marnel’s layout.
Lori worked with Fallen Away by Amber LaBau to create a beautiful home accent.
Lori says, ” This is a framed fall art and framed dry erase board. These are projects that are quick and simple to create. I like that I can print these at home and can easily change it with each new season by reusing the frames. The framed dry erase board is 11×14. My printer only fits 8.5×11, so I printed the kit papers in landscape orientation and then stitched them together with my sewing machine to achieve an 11×14 size.”
Sarah worked with the Basic Witch Planner Set by Quirky Heart.
Sarah tells us, “Recently, I’ve been keeping my bullet journal in a Large Moleskine Cahair cut down to fit inside my traveler’s notebook. While I have great fun decorating my weekly planner pages, my bullet journaling pages are usually plain and utilitarian. I love the holiday flair Michelle’s planner kit gives to my normally plain jane pages.”
Trista used Petals No. 7 by Sara Gleason to create this adorable fall inspired owl decoration.
Trista says, “Create an easy craft for kids by printing several of the scalloped images from Petals No. 7. Let the kids cut and paste in layers onto cardstock.
Ana worked magic with Not So Fightful Friends by Jacque Larsen.
This cupcake toppers are adorable. These would look perfect at any Halloween party!
Trista created this adorable digital layout using Gimme Candy by Jacque Larsen.
Use a doodled frame to frame these hand made items from the Gimme Candy kit from Jacque Larsen. The image could be printed and cut down to journal card size or placed in a frame as a Halloween decoration.
We hope that you have enjoyed the Halloween Project Parade. Stay tuned for another parade in the near future.