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I recently decided to take a step back to my paper crafting roots and start scrapbooking again.  I have been wanting to do it for a while, but I have to admit that I found doing a 12 x 12 layout intimidating.    So I decided to get back to it and do what I am more comfortable with.    So here is my first page, a 6x6 page from last Halloween.    I messed around with some photo effects and kind of like how this turned out.

 

2012-03 Halloween page WM

 

 

 

 

With St. Patrick’s day now less than a week away, I thought I would share a tune that is in my St. Patty’s playlist.    (This song sums up last week to a tee for me.  Thank goodness for the week end!)   If you would like to share a song in the musical blog hop, stop by Marcea’s blog to link up.

 

 

 

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Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies:

  • All papers, die cuts and stickers are from the Teresa Collins Haunted Hallows collection
  • Embellishments:  Timeless Twine bakers twine, Cosmo Cricket Tiny Type numbers stickers, Paper Studio gemstones

Challenges:

Comments

Annette said…
this is so fun...it is nice to see you do some scrapbooking... this page is so adorable and I love that it is a 6x6 page...look awesome..
jimlynn said…
Fabulous! Love this page-so fun and pretty and cute! Great photo too!
Lynn
Doreen said…
What a fabulous layout,. Thanks for sharing with us this week at Craft your Passion.xxx
Nicole said…
A really gorgeous LO with fab details. Hugs, Nicole
Lynne in NI said…
Great LO, love that pic!
Nikbee said…
A fantastic layout and a wonderful photo. Thank you for joining us at CRAFT.
Nikki x
Cheryl said…
oh wow this is one,brilliant layout,and a really super photo hugs Cherylxxxx
Becky B. said…
Super cute layout!! I am soooo far behind in my scrapbooking - UGH! I'm hoping to get somewhat caught up, though, this summer while I'm on break! :)
Anita said…
This is a beautiful scrapbook page Cheryl. Fabulous picture and I love your layout.
Pat (mspfd) said…
Oh my goodness, this is a gorgeous page and super gorgeous photo Wow, your layout and papers really are eye catching.
Pat (mspfd) said…
Oh my goodness, this is a gorgeous page and super gorgeous photo Wow, your layout and papers really are eye catching.
Cathy Lee said…
Sweet Layout, Cheryl. Perfect Halloween theme and I love those stamps your used. Thanks for sharing it with us at Craft Your Passion Challenge this week.
Hugz,
Cathy Lee
Shelly Schmidt said…
Love your 6x6 page- I always want to SB, and never 'just do it'!!! Great picture- love this!
Jacilynn said…
I love these papers and love your layout! Its fun to see a halloween layout in March cause I LOVE Halloween. Fabulous!
1CardCreator said…
Gorgeous layout, Elizabeth looks adorable too!
Imke said…
Awesome scrapbook page, Cheryl. Love the papers and colors !
Great layout Cheryl! I like the 6X6 size too. I think it's good to focus on one picture at a time. Lol
~jeni :)
xiumaiyuki said…
This is terrific, Cheryl. Love that spooky layout!
Great page. Love the layout and who doesn't like Halloween?
Shelby said…
Turned out awesome!

Shelby
Great card, however our current challenge is not Anything Goes over at Pennys.
The theme is to use the photo on the challenge blog for inspiration, please feel free to enter again but use the photo as inspiration for your entry. Julie x
Lorraine said…
Cool Halloween layoutI need to get back into scrapbooking, too!
Annette Bowes said…
Super fun Halloween page Cheryl! I still keep practicing at the scrapbooking lol! Take careX:)
Suzie McFloozy said…
Fab layout - and a super pic too x
Thanks for joining in with us over at paper crafting journey & good luck
x
((hugs)) Suzie xoxo
Audrey Pettit said…
How fun that you are taking up scrapping again, Cheryl! I keep telling myself I really should make more pages, too. Really love your fun Halloween page. Such wonderful papers and prints. Love the twine wrap and bejeweled photo corner, too.
Julie said…
Fabluous layout. Thanks for joining us at Sassy Studio Designs
Hugs,
Julie
Great layout!! I agree 12x12's can be intimidating!

I think you laid this out perfectly!!!! The photo really stands out beautifully! (even though she's so scary looking!!) LOL

The song is cracking me up too as I make my comments!!!
Marcea said…
haha looks like my eyes still aren't right - read that as blogging molly hehehehe. Great song my sweets, always good to have some irish influence. Sorry you have had a rotten week.
Loving your scrapbooking - I really wantto do this and never seem to have the time xxxxxxxxxxxx

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