Saturday, October 16, 2010
I created a double-page layout for Jason's Halloween pics throughout the years. He absolutely loved getting decked out in crazy costumes and going trick-or-treating (I think he still does although now he's taking his 3-year-old son!). My SCAL software and Cricut came in really handy when cutting out the haunted house, ghost and gate pieces. My Martha Stewart punch added a kewl border edge and of course Stickles just make everything POP. I scrap-lifted the basics of this layout from Cat's Creations - and added a few of my own ideas to complete the pages. Jason will be here tomorrow and I think he will get a big kick out of the pages.
I made my niece this really "kewl" tri-fold card for her upcoming birthday. While it took me a while to get all the pieces cut out, I really like how it turned out. Used SCAL and Cricut to cut out the frame.
Been working on Halloween projects this week -- finished a couple of cards and have been working on Jason's Halloween pages for his scrapbook.
For the cards, I used my SCAL software to create the cute monster and my Bow-Easy arrived in the mail this week just in time to make a sweet little bow for my scared-y cat card. Love how the Martha Stewart punch set off the kitty card as well.
For Jason's Halloween page, again found cute images and used SCAL and my Cricut to cut them out. Stickles always adds the bling I'm looking for to my projects.
Spending time today checking out the Funmare Before Halloween Blog Hop hosted by Kinderstamp-O. What adorable projects!