Create a Halloween Card and Layout

Create a Halloween Layout and Card with @jbckadams for @scrapbookexpo using the Halloween collection from @echoparkpaper #scrapbooking #halloweencrafting #Cardmaking #echoparkpaper

Becki-Adams-headerIt’s time for another edition of Inspiration Station. Welcome, I’m Becki! As you all know by now, I love Halloween as evidenced by this post, and this post and even this post. Today I have a Halloween layout and a card to share with you. As I’ve mentioned before (here) I like to create a card while I have supplies left on my desk from other projects, mostly layouts. Today I create a card and a layout with the Halloween collection from Echo Park Paper.


The memory I chose to document has two 4×6 photos. I chose to arrange the photos on a grid with two 4×6 pieces of patterned paper. I arranged the photos kiddie corner from one another so the layout wouldn’t be off balance. I thought that I was going to put my title in one of the blocks of patterned paper, but I decided I liked the look of a vertical title so I placed it along the left side of the layout.


I added my printed journaling on the bottom 4×6 piece of patterned paper and printed the journaling on a piece of a 6×4 journaling card. I tucked the card underneath the photo to the right.


In the upper 4×6 piece of patterned paper I had some fun with embellishments. I loved these little Frankenstein images I found in the collection. I added two of them to the 4×6 card. The banner above the Frankensteins completed the embellishment cluster.

While I had the mess of patterned paper and embellishments on my desk, I created a fun Halloween card.


This card is very simple with only two stickers, the ghost, and the sentiment. Both of the stickers are adhered to the card with pop dots to add a bit of dimension to the front of the card.


I threaded a piece of orange grosgrain ribbon through the sentiment tag before adhering it to the front of the card. I tied a bow along the left side of the sentiment tag. Using a strong liquid adhesive, I glued a purple button threaded with white string.


What Halloween craft projects are you working on? Do you create cards with the left over bits and pieces laying on your desk? I’d love to hear about it in the comments!

I’ll see you again next week. Thanks for stopping by the Weekly Scrapper blog!

2 thoughts on “Create a Halloween Card and Layout

    • Becki Adams says:

      Thanks Eileen, I’m glad you’re a Halloween lover too! Thank you for stopping by the Weekly Scrapper blog 🙂

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