Ok, I know, I know… (yay) Halloween is over… and slowly but surely you are purging the house of pumpkin seeds, portions of costumes and candy wrappers! but the REAL question is… did you get some good pics? i just have to share this one– i was here in Germany, but look at what my boys did with our HUGE pumpkins:
this is cory’s creation…. and below is Colton’s… i wish i could have seen them glowing on Halloween night.
As Halloween is officially moving onto Thanksgiving and (in actuality Christmas) here is one last little bit of INSPIRATION that is just PERFECT for capturing your little spooks… this comes from the fabulous Maridette Cachola, and I just love how she combines lots of different spooky supplies along with my Halloween words to create this ‘cutie but spooky’ mini
Halloween is such a fun way to use your imagination. I love seeing all the different costumes and decorations. So how can you not create a fun, spooky Halloween mini book to go along with the festivities? I have so much fun making Halloween mini albums that I made one to document a past Halloween of my daughter in elementary school (now 8th grade) and how I miss the parades, Halloween carnival and field trips to the pumpkin patch.
I used Heidi Swapp’s Vintage chic papers, Pink Paislee Phantom paper collection and stamps. I also distressed the pages with Rangers Black Soot Distress ink.
With the help of my Silhouette I used Heidi’s digi Halloween words & banner delights to cut on white cardstock and misted with Heidi’s Color Shine.
I just love how I could customize the colors. So fabulous!! The spider web, fence,chandelier and haunted house was also created from my silhouette. I also added some stickles to the spider web. the word “spooky” and the chandelier to give it some sparkle.
As you can see I welded the word “EEK” onto the Ornate frame from the silhouette store and also created a rectangle “BEWARE” frame. The “BEWARE” frame was sprayed with HS COLOR SHINE in Sweet Cherry and black velvet. I changed the Heidi Swapp Halloween words into colors to match the rest of the album in photoshop, printed and fussy cut them to give it a different look. I added these words for my journalling.
What is so great about digi elements is that it has so much versatility. The “cute lil devil” photo frame that was printed on transparency. Pink Paislee has digital PHANTOM Clear Frames that you can print onto clear transparencies. Awesome, right?