Welcome back, my crafty friends! The weather here in Utah has become chilly, and with days like today I really enjoy staying inside and crafting in my office. I hope you will be able to spend your day creating something you’ll love. I just love this time of year! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, and since it’s coming soon, I thought it would be fun to share a few festive projects with you today. I hope you will enjoy each one. Remember, it isn’t too late to create some of your Halloween projects for the year!
Isn’t it funny how one scrap of paper can inspire an entire layout? Are you ready to do some great things with your products? Hopefully this layout will give you some added inspiration. Who doesn’t love a little extra color in their world? Even though there are a lot of beautiful details and dimension to this layout, the photo is still the first thing your eye is drawn to. I love how Missy went around the edges of the leaves with some white gesso, and then added gold Color Shine and a few gelatos to add color around the edges. Also notice the metallic gold machine stitching through the center of each leaf.
Missy really created a masterpiece. Most important, remember there are no set rules when crafting, just have fun with it. I highly recommend stopping by Little Nugget Creations where you will find a video tutorial on how Missy put her layout together. The possibilities are endless! Give it a try you will love the results!
Since it’s October, it’s time for some spooky fun! You still have plenty of time to get your Halloween cards made and sent out. This is one of those cards that will make you want to pull out some of your fun festive Halloween papers and put your creative mind to work. This is such a fun card that really portrays the spirit of Halloween. With Halloween coming up, what a great way to celebrate by sharing your fun Halloween cards with friends and family.
Therese Dahl did such a fabulous job using the Grim Gretchen Set by Kraftin Kimmie Stamps. The detail on this card just takes it up to another level. Don’t you just love this ghoul? She looks so vicious – such wonderful work by Therese! I am sure you would like to have a list of supplies that Therese used, so click here and I will take you over to the Katten Mia blog. A big shout out to Therese for being such an inspiration to all of you fellow paper crafters.
Halloween is such a perfect opportunity to be creative. With a little help from our crafty friend Anna-Karin, you can make some spooktacular tags to add to your yummy Halloween treats. It is also a time when a lot of photos will be taken, so let’s get them off your phones and cameras and into an adorable Halloween mini album. Let’s take this fun tag a step further and create a mini album out of it. Just add a few more pages behind the tag and you will create a darling mini album. What a great way to show off your fun and unique costumes, along with a festive celebration of Halloween. Don’t you just love a project that can be used in several different ways?
Anna-Karin used some fun techniques for her background. She started out with a die cut tag and then added her patterned paper and brushed gesso over it. To give it a distressed look, Anna-Karin used the Slate stencil and Opague Crackle Paste. I am sure that your creative mind is spinning with all the different techniques that Anna-Karin used, so click here and I will be happy to take you over to spend some quality time with Anna-Karin and her fabulous blog Layers Of Ink. Enjoy craftin,g my friends!
Spooky cupcakes make Halloween so much sweeter! These sweet treats will both charm and scare your guests all at once. Cupcakes have never looked so scarily delicious!
These darling cupcakes are easy to make and those little hands will love helping in the kitchen. What a great way to make memories with your children or grandchildren. This will be a treat they will forever remember making in the kitchen for Halloween. I just love recipes that look like they take a lot of time but are really quite simple to make. Let’s pop on over to Just A Taste where you will find full details on how to create your Halloween cupcakes. Thank you, Kelly, for sharing your fun recipe with us!
I hope you have enjoyed every minute of today’s Weekly Scrapper. As always, I enjoy you stopping by on Saturday and sharing a bit of your precious time with me. I hope you will get to those crafting projects today and have some fun creating some outstanding projects. Have a wonderful week ahead and I will see you back next Saturday!
Hugs to all,