Last Friday, I shared the September Paper Pumpkin kit and what it looks like assembled. For today’s project, I took some of the pieces from the September Paper Pumpkin and altered them to fit my scrapbook page for Halloween.
I love pocket pages for scrapbooking, it makes things so much quicker when it comes to getting my photos in albums. I can add my pictures and add a couple cards and embellishments and I’m set.
The two bottom cards are made from the September Paper Pumpkin kit. For the card on the left, I used the Toil & Trouble pattern paper. Then glued one of the Paper Pumpkin tags to the center of it. The tag is longer than my card, so I did have to cut it and glue it back together so it was shorter. The seam on the tag is underneath the ghost.
The card on the right is a plain piece of Basic Gray card stock. I cut open the spider treat bag and trimmed it to be the same length of the card. The bag is glued down using tear & tape on the back side of the card. The webs are die cut from the Black Foil paper and glued down. The spider is glued on top of the web. Such a quick and easy page and it helps me use up some of the extra bits in the kit.
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