Thursday, July 21, 2011

Happy Halloween!

How about some Halloween in July today? First up is a layout and pair of cards from Doris Sander. What you are going to love about this Halloween line is the just how usable it is. It is, of course, based on traditional Halloween colors, but if you look closely, you'll also see some navy and hints of red and yellow. This really makes it work well with all those Halloween costumes that are in non-traditional Halloween colors!

Love these little cuties! And do you see the "cobweb" in the corner? You guessed it! More of those super versatile NEW Doilies!

Here's another alterable number, this time done with cough syrup. And notice how well the NEW Delicate Brads coordinate with this line.

A pair of cards showing off the Vintage Halloween Accessory Sheet. Love how well the NEW Shadow Alphas and Alterable Chipboard Alphas coordinate.

Here is a sweet Halloween layout from Jenni Bowlin that showcases the fun Jolly Jack patterned paper.

And a detail shot with more bits from the Halloween 2011 Accessory Sheet.

Here are a few party items from Jenni. Notice how our Vintage Style Wooden Spools are perfect for holding the treat label cards.

If you love seeing Jenni's booths each show, Jill Sprott found lots of great photos of it on Shopping Diva's Photo Stream. Thanks Shopping Diva!
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  1. Looks like a great booth, thanks for sharing the link to Shopping Diva's photo stream, Jill. Great page, Doris, I miss the cute too!

  2. Oh I love Halloween and love sbing it just as much. I can hardly wait to use this on my yearly mini book of the Halloween goings ons and happenings at our house! SO cool!


  3. These layouts are FANTASTIC! The new lines are going to be perfect for my holiday photos.

  4. Amazing! Oh how I love that I miss the cute layout! And love how Jenni used the entire large kid/carving image on the bottom of her page. I can't wait to use this stuff.

  5. Honestly, we don't exchange cards for Halloween, but I enjoyed the wide variety here. It is neat to see all the things you can do. Thanks for sharing...