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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Fall Scrapbook Pages and Halloween Treat Tote

 Here is a cute Fall Scrapbook layout done by my downline Sue Adams at one of her stamping events.  I really like these page, they are so rich with texture.
fall scrapbook page fall scrapbook page


Punch Art Owl Just look at all the details: the designer paper is perfect for a fall lay-out. She die cut the leaves using the Autumn Accents Die, to give some depth and even added veins to them.  Because this was a teaching event she wanted her participants to know different ways of adding veins. So on the left hand page she embossed them with the spiderweb folder. On the right hand page she embossed with the woodgrain embossing folder. 

Which veins do you like best?  BTW: here is the trick to the spider web veins.

To add a little character she made a punch art pumpkin using the Large Oval Punch and added an owl in fall colors using the Owl builder punch.

Halloween Treat Tote with Pumpkin and Ghost Punch Art
Another project from Sue's event was this cute little Halloween treat purse. The pumpkin here was made the same as on the Scrapbook page above.  She layered 5 ovals and to give some dimension she sponged ink around each one. The leaves are from the Bird Builder Punch and the Ghosts are the same Oval Punch  and were punched from white paper.

To make the tote she cut 2 pieces with the Top Note Die and embossed with the Spider Web Embossing folder.  You can't see it in this photo but the 2 sides are glued to a bag in the middle for holding your treats.  

How cute is that for leaving a little treat on a co-worker's desk?  Or to surprise a child in their lunch box.  And its so easy to make too.  Who would you give this to?


Happy Stamping
--Katie

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