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Today we have a wonderful Hallowe’en in Wonderland layout brought to you by Brand Ambassador, Pam Bray. Pam's layout features the perfect spooky pallet and incorporates some of our favorite metal and cardstock staples. She has also included a step by step tutorial to get you started on making your own just in time for the holiday. Check it out below.
This week’s prize package includes our Winter Wonderland collection’s 12x12 Paper Pad, Patterns & Solids Pad, Ephemera, Chipboard, and Tags & Pockets, along with Staples - Deep Square Matchbook Box, Metal Claw Feet, and Knockers, a $84 value! Just leave a comment here and/or Facebook to be entered to win. Winner will be announced on the blog Friday, October 13th, 2017.
Halloween in Wonderland Layout
By Pam Bray
“Halloween is right around the corner!!! I love Halloween! The Graphic 45 Hallowe’en in Wonderland is such a fabulous collection to create with. I grabbed some of my Halloween photos from last year that needed to be scrapbooked and started working on some easy layouts. I hope you enjoy the one I created to share with our Graphic 45 fans!” -Pam
Graphic 45 Supplies:
Step By Step Directions:
Adhere pattern paper strips to top of base pattern paper.
Cut and mat Halloween in Wonderland Journal Epherema from the pattern paper. Adhere to top of layout.
Add small photo to top of journal piece that is on layout.
Fussy cut mad hatter from pattern paper; add to top of layout with pop dots.
Fussy cut hand to top of layout.
Fussy cut cat from pattern paper; add to top of layout.
Add Shabby Chic Door Plate to top of layout.
Create a small cardstock with pattern pocket; add small Epherema pieces to top of pocket.
Decorate small tag with pattern paper and Shabby Chic Knob. Place inside pocket.
Looking for great ways to use up your scraps? Check out this daily planner.
Halloween in Wonderland Planner Page
By Magda Cortez
See full post here…
Thanks for joining us for this scary good layout by Pam Bray, featuring our Halloween in Wonderland - DCE. We hope you have enjoyed it. It can be hard to keep up with all the holidays, so this is also a great reminder that it is never too late to prep last year's photos for your scrapbooks if you have not had a chance to yet. A scrapbook full of the family's costumes over the years is a great memento to have around. We'd love to hear about your own Halloween or fall traditions in the comments below. Remember that each comment here and/or on Facebook is your chance to win this week's blog prize. See you back here tomorrow for more inspiration and chances to win!