Monday, September 13, 2010

Halloween Scrapbook

I'm not sure what's wrong with me, but I just keep gravitating to Halloween projects. Maybe because Old Olive is one of my favorite colors? And, well, there's Basic Black. I find myself going through Old Olive and Basic Black cardstock like crazy!! Fortunately, I know exactly where to get it, huh!

I spent my Saturday working on projects for scrapbooking classes and after I completed those, I wanted to try out creating a little Halloween scrapbook! It was really alot of fun to make and, in my usual fashion, super easy!! Let me tell you just how easy it is!!

Cardstock Measurements:

Basic Black:

5" x 6" - covers of the book (need two), score one piece (the front of the book) on the 5" side 3/4" down from the top
3" x 4" - these are the photo mats for each page (need six)
Scraps for bats

Old Olive:

2-1/2" x 2-5/8" - mat around stamped image on the front

Whisper White:

Scraps for stamped image and also for punched Decorative Label punch for journaling pictures on each page

Nite Owl DSP:

4-3/4" x 5-3/4" - inside pages (need six)
Cut out one of the bingo cards and trim for the front of the book

Other Products:

Dark & Dreary Clear Stamp Set
Old Olive 5/8" Satin Ribbon
Decorative Label Punch
Bitty Bat Large Punch
Crop-O-Dile (for punching holes for ribbon to keep book together)
Vanilla Shimmer Smooch Spritz

Below are pictures of the inside pages of the book.

I hope you enjoy this project! If you have any questions about the book or products used, just let me know -- you can post a comment at the end of this post or email me. Of course, you can make one for any occasion by just changing out the designer series paper!!!

Happy stamping,


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