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Halloween 2010

Ok, yes I know it is July but I'm trying to get my scrapbooking caught up!!  I have a box full of pictures that I'm pecking away at slowly.  So for right now there will be layouts done that don't coincide with the time of year it is, but it will give you ideas for your pages this year lol!!
Ok the base of this page is Bazzill cardstock and the color is Cheddar.  The two pieces of printed paper both came from The Paper Studio's All Season paper pack.  The piece of solid orange paper behind the "spooky" embellishment was from The Paper Company's Jewel Tone Fashion Colors value pack.  The Monster and the "Trick or Treat" sign were cut from the "Mini Monsters" cartridge, I don't remember the sizes there were cut at though.  Both were cut with paper from The Paper Company's Fashion Colors value packs, Jewel Tone, Rainy Day, and Bright were the packs used, I believe lol.
And lastly the embellishments, "Spooky", "Happy Halloween" and the little bat, were from K&Company Halloween pack.

This picture isn't that great because it was taken with my iPhone and the page was in the page protector.  I think I will retake pictures of the other layouts I have recently completed and will post with my camera so the quality is better.  Also I will take them out of the page protectors!!

Happy Crafting!!!!


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