Welcome back to Weekly Scrapper, my crafty friends! When witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers “tomorrow is Halloween”! I hope you have loads of fun and take lots of pictures.
Halloween is the perfect opportunity to be creative. As people all over the world gear to celebrate Halloween, children will be looking forward to trick-or-treating, while adults will be eager to show-off their unique costumes. This means lots of happy photos will be taken, so let’s get them off our phones and into this adorable Halloween mini album.
Halloween minis are my favorite to create. I love the fact that they are so fast and easy to complete; just think of them as the instant gratification of scrapbooking. I try to make one for each year then I put them out on display and the kids love flipping through them and reminiscing over their favorite past costumes and activities.
I hope you all have a night that is so fun it’s scary! I’d like to send out a big hug to Julia for sharing this spooktacular mini album. Be sure to stop by her website Create With Me so you can see how easily this project comes together. Remember to check out Eileen Hull’s blog for more great holiday ideas using her Sixxiz dies!
Don’t you just love it when you can walk into your craft room and come out with an amazing piece of art for your walls? Thanks to our talented friends over at Frilly And Funkie you, too, can create this stunning piece of art.
Jenny used an 8 x 8″ canvas to create this project, but you can easily adapt your project to any size canvas. For the complete step-by-step tutorial, click here and I would be honored to escort you over to the Frilly And Funkie blog so you can follow along as Jenny shares some great tips and techniques.
Doodling helps relieve boredom and frustration and the urge to doodle gets stronger as stress levels rise. Doodling is like a safety valve that allows pressure to be dispelled in a playful and creative way. You all know my motto: “there should be no stress in our craft world” so doodle away my friends, and let the stresses of life slip away as you create something beautiful.
Who knew that a black sharpie pen over gesso could create such a gorgeous pies of art? I love the simplicity of pen and ink doodles. Its a fun and creative way to express yourself while at the same time designing some unique pieces to decorate your home or give as gifts. Who wouldn’t love a piece of your art work for the holidays?
OK guys, this isn’t one of those” dinner in under 30 minutes” recipes but it is so worth the effort. Your friends and family will be talking about this recipe for many moons to come! It will be worth every second. Plus, it makes at least 6 servings, so you can enjoy the fruits of your labor the next day, too!
Talk about comfort food – this dish is the golden ticket. If your ready to kick things up a notch in the kitchen, click hereand I will take you over to Spache The Spatula Blog and Rachael will walk you through the entire recipe. Bon appetit!
Thanks for stopping by! I’m wishing all my crafty friends a happy and safe Halloween! I have some fun projects in the works for you coming next Sunday so be sure and check back.
Stay crafty, my friends!