Halloween Punch Art Scrapbook Page
In our lives, we are all thankful for many things. My family is most thankful for the gift of our children through adoption. Our sons have each been with us within days of being born and we have wonderful memories to document for them. Creating scrapbooks is a great way to record these memories for the boys to look back on with love. Today I want to share a few photos from Halloween 2014. Trip was a big boy by now and into dinosaurs. This “step into” costume worked out well for him to be dressed and it not interfere with his sensory issues. Nate being still a little guy, was just right for the Elmo costume. We got a few pics before changing him over to the pirate outfit so he would not be too hot. They were so little and sweet in costume!
Home Sweet Home Thinlits Dies
measurements for this project:
Smoky Slate card stock page base is 12″ x 12″
Basic Gray, Silver Glimmer, Lemon Lime Twist, Pumpkin Pie, Very Vanilla & Basic Black card stock used for framing photos and number die cuts
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Halloween Punch Art Scrapbook Page
When I was a child, they were called “Billy Bob teeth”. That’s what I see when looking at the roof die in the Home Sweet Home Thinlits dies set. Taking from that idea, I began to look at all of the dies in a different way. In the end, I could see creating a little trick or treater in Halloween punch art scrapbook style! Punch art is fun and allows the imagination to go into overload. Would that be called crazy fun?
Tips for this project
The photos were the inspiration for the rest of the project. It’s hard to get a costume on my kids so scrapbooking this memory is a must! The punch art trick or treater is small yet not too small and works well with the Embossing Paste areas.
Making the numbers sparkle is attractive to the kids. The Silver Glimmer paper is also bumpy enough to warrant getting the fingers involved. To tie in the colors, there are two layers or Large Numbers Dies, that bring together the gray/green color combo.
If you would like to see the Trick or Treater Halloween Punch Art tutorial, check back to my Blog and YouTube channel on Friday October 20th. I’m creating the image one step at a time and popping it onto a card. Including this in today’s video was not time efficient and I think you’ll like the card too 🙂
For a video demonstration of this project, CLICK HERE to watch on YouTube or click below
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I hope to bring you a scrapbook project each Sunday, or Saturday if there is a scheduling conflict. If you like this series, please be sure to let me know by commenting on my blog post and liking my YouTube video. I will keep the ideas coming, so long as there is interest. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I’m glad you are here 🙂
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