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Sarah Hurley Halloween Scrapbook

Good morning everyone! I am here this morning to show you a Halloween scrapbook page I made using basic supplies and the gorgeous 'Vintage Halloween' digi kit from Sarah Hurley.
I used photos I took a few years ago of a pumpkin I carved in the shape of the Alkaline Trio logo-that was hard work!
I started with a sheet of Kraft card and added coloured papers from the digi kit in the left and right hand corner. I then used faux stitching on the 'Trick or Treat' banners made with gold glitter pens. I placed them so the banners looked like they were hanging from a string. I then stamped with some Halloween clear stamps and covered with heat embossing powder, and then heated them-it doesnt show well in the photo but the spider, witch and spiders webs all shine in gold. I heat embossed a web onto another piece of paper which I placed in the bottom left hand corner which I used as a pocket for my journalling tag. Lastly I added a glitter pumpkin from Jolees Boutique.

I would like to enter this into the following challenges:
2 Sisters Challenge: Pumpkin Patch
Allsorts Challenge: Halloween
Di's Digi Design Challenge: Halloween
Crop Stop: Halloween
Papercraft Star: Photo inspiration

Thank you for looking, and for your lovely comments :-)

Comments

  1. Great page Elaine, I sometimes wish I could get into scrapping, but so fsar my love goes towards cards,
    Happy Sunday

    Judie

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  2. Wonderful LO! That is some great pumpkin carving. Thanks for playing along with our CropStop Challenge Blog.

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  3. Hi Elaine, new follower here, came over from the FB crafty bloggers group. Love the pumpkin layout

    http://tryin2craft.blogspot.com

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  4. What a fab Page love the carving good luck with the challenges.. Chrissieann xx

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  5. Fantastic page, great layout, I love the whole look of this.
    Becky x

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  6. Amazing page. Love the pumpkins. Lee x

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  7. gorgeous scrapbooking page. love it. x

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  8. fab page - love the spider's web and the lettering
    Linda

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  9. This is great love the spiders web and the lettering so beautifully done:) Sandra H

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  10. A great layout, Thank you so much for entering my Halloween challenge at ALLSORTS this week, good luck & hope you’ll join us again!
    Hugz Fleur xXx

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  11. Fun layout for those great photos! Lots of cute embellishments too. :-) Thanks so much for joining our challenge this week at Papercraft Star!

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  12. Great lo and great Halloween colours!
    Thanks for joining us at Allsorts this week and good luck!
    Hugs, Jill

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  13. What a fab scrap page, love those pumpkin carvings. Thanks for joining us at 2 Sisters this week. Annette xx

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  14. Happy Halloween! Your project does a fantastic job of highlighting the joys and colors of this very special holiday--Spooktacular!!! Thanks for sharing this with us on the CropStop Challenge.

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  15. Great layout. Love the lettering. Thanks for joining us at Di's Digi.

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  16. nice fall layout! thanks for playing the CropStop Challenge this week!

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  17. Great layout Elaine! Thanks so much for playing this time at DI'S DIGI DESIGNS. Hugs:)

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Thank you for your lovely comments, I really appreciate them all :-) Elaine-xxx-

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