Happy Halloween, everyone! Missy here with you today. I must say that Halloween is my favorite holiday to scrap. I love all the fun colors and embellishments that come along with Halloween themed scrap supplies.
Happy Haunting line is an amazing collection, and it’s just perfect for
any type of Halloween
photo. This photo is of my daughter at her school Fall Festival a few
years ago. One of the teachers dressed as Tigger, and she was just
mesmerized. I was glad to be there to get some photos, and I just loved
the mixes of the bright oranges.
I knew I wanted to start with the Happy Haunting “Skull” paper because of that awesome orange glitter border. I also like to make things a little crooked, so I layered the striped “Thirty-First” paper on top of it, at an angle. I layered in several other patterned papers behind my photo and added some of the decorative tapes for an extra pop of color and pattern.
Supplies:Happy Haunting:Skull, Thirty-First, Labels, Moroccan, Circles, Word Art patterned papers,Chipboard Elements, 6x6 paper pad, Sticker Accessory Sheet, Decorative Brads, Layered Stickers; Decorative Tapes:Pink and Charcoal;Misc: cardstock, Silhouette Cameo, gesso, stamp ink, acrylic paint, vellum, white gel pen; Lily Bee Design ABC Stickers.
Check out all that glitter! I love that so many of these papers have glitter on them…
One of my go-to embellishments is cord. I love winding it up and adding to my pages for extra interest and texture. It’s really versatile, so you can wind it up, stretch it out, make it loop or tie it in a bow. And it matches everything! I added one of the Happy Haunting Layered Stickers here, and my cord wound around it perfectly.
This chipboard skeleton is one of my favorite pieces! It looks like he’s presenting the photo and holding one of the phrases in his hand! He is easily incorporated into a layout. And this makes him not so spooky ☺.
I also added in some of the Happy Haunting stickers from the Accessory Sheet and some of the Decorative Brads. They’re perfect for clusters and layering. And some of the attached pieces have glitter!
I hope this inspires you to dig into your Halloween photos and create something fun! Have a boo-tiful day, and Happy Haunting!