Tuesday, November 3, 2009

ScrapSketch #177 - Night of Frights!

Whew! This past week has been crazy busy for me! I had to go to a convention for work, and then there was halloween, and then my fabulous in-laws came over for dinner on Sunday! Here I thought I was gonna have some time to scrap! LOL! But all is well because the convention went great...especially since my bestie, Annette, flew in from Virginia to attend with me! Hopefully I can play catch up all weekend long as I don't have anything planned for this coming weekend!

This is one of the latest awesome sketches provided by Stephanie at Scrapsketch! She is so cool and I absolutely love being on her DT! All of the members are so super creative! For this sketch I decided to stay with my Halloween theme for the month of October. And no, I didn't meet my goal and get all my previous Halloweens scrapped. However, I only have one or two more to go! Whoopee!

The photos for this layout are of our son and his bestie at Frontier City's Fright Fest three years ago. The patterned paper is The Paper Studio and the solid is Making Memories. The cardstock is Bazzill. I used my Cricut Mini Monograms cart for the title and the George cart for the hidden journaling tag. The webs are patterned paper that I cut and then added Stickles too. I also added Stickles to the foam frame I used. The frame, Boo!, and ghosts (which I added googly eyes to) are part of a foam Halloween kit I picked up at the Dollar Tree. The spiders are some old rings I had leftover from a few Halloweens past and the ribbon is from my stash.

If you get a chance, make sure you stop by Scrapsketch and check out all the other awesome sketches and layouts the DT did! They are so amazing and you will definitely be amazed! Happy Scrapping!

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laterg8r said...

great idea to use old spider rings :D

Sandy said...

I too love that you used the spiders...way creative...great layout and love the title!

BrendaB said...

Awesome layout, Crystal! Love your idea of using those leftover spider rings...very creative!

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