Welcome, today I wanted to share a layout I did using the MME Frightful Bundle. I had these cute pictures of my girls playing with a witches hat. I really wanted to use the paper for some non-Halloween pictures. I used some flowers that I had in my stash but you can find similar ones here and here. I really love the colors of this line. I like that not all the patterns are over the top Halloween. I thought it made a fun page.
I created these two cards with my bundle. They are super simple, but playful. I pulled all the coordinating embellishments that matched the paper. I used the side with the coordinating item for the interior of the card. For example, I for the chandeliers I used the chandelier paper and folded it so that the chandeliers would be on the inside. I added a solid color paper to the inside of each card so you can add a note to whoever you are sending it too.
I don't know about you but sometimes I create layouts that I have no clue what I am going to do with them exactly. Sometimes I see a paper line and and just want to create with it or make something for an event that I know is coming up.
I'm thinking that this will become a spread for this year's Halloween trick or treating in my project life album. If I print the pictures in black and white it won't matter what everyone's costumes look like. Now, I can't wait for Halloween so I can fill this up with pictures. My finished spread will hold 1-horizontal 4x6, 1-vertical 4x6, 3-2x2 and 1-horizontal 3x4 photos. I left the very top 3x4 section for my journaling.
Hello everyone! It's never too early to start preparing for the Holidays.
Here is a great idea for your personalized gift wrap this season. I love to reuse or repurpose anything I possibly can. Here, I took a not-so-appealing (but sturdy) box and transformed it into a sparkly personalized gift box.
Using your favorite papers from the Joyous I Want It All Bundle by My Mind's Eye and some Tim Holtz Distress Inks cover the box and ink the edges. (I used ModPodge to secure the paper to the box) For the gift tag, I spritzed it with water and then touched the edges of the tag to a distress ink pad. It will run and bleed quick, so be careful!
I took one of the letters from the Glitter Letter Banner package to create the 'personalization'. Then wrap it up with some Jute.
Anther fun technique is to take some scraps, cut them in long triangle like shapes, roll them tight and then pull them longways. I punched a hole in them and added them as a fun detail to the gift tag tie.