Thursday, September 29, 2016

BOO

Here's a Halloween layout I did for the Robin's Nest Blog. Our theme this month is Oh So Scary and the papers from the Robin's Nest are perfect for a fun Halloween page. This is a photo of my two granddaughters trick or treating last year. One is dressed as a witch  and the youngest is dressed as Tinkerbell. I love this photo and have wanted to scrap it for a while. When I saw the Halloween papers from The Robin's Nest I knew they were perfect for this photo.





Other Products:
Prima Stencil
Gelatos
Gesso
Washi Tape
Cardstock

To start I took some Gesso and mixed it with some green and orange gelatos and applied it to the grey cardstock using a Prima Crackle Stencil.


I layered the photo on some orange cardstock and the back side of both the Pumpkin Head Cardstock and the Camo Ghost Glitter Cardstock which I also distressed.  I also added one of the Spider Clippies to the corner of the photo.


I took the Spiderweb Glitter Cardstock and fussy cut out one of the webs and tucked it behind the photo.


I then fussy cut out one of the ghosts on the Camo Ghost Glitter Cardstock and placed that coming off the photo on the opposite side from the spiderweb.


I also fussy cut the Trick or Treat caption from the Glitter Word Titles, backed it with some orange cardstock and placed it at the bottom of the photo.


For the title I cut out one of the Boo's from the Boo Words Glitter Cardstock and popped it up and put three strips of washi tape behind it.


I wanted to add the date to the page. So just to balance the title, I layered several strips of the papers I matted the photo with and sewed them onto the bottom corner and tucked in a circle with the year written on it.


And of course I had to sprinkle some Spooky Dew Drops around the page just to add a little sparkle.



I love doing Halloween projects and really had fun putting this layout together. Please stop by the Robin's Nest Blog to see all the other Halloween projects the Design Team has done this month.

Thanks for stopping by! 

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