Thursday, September 27, 2012

How Do You Boo?

Today's post is my last solo project designing for ScrapbookSteals.com. I have had such a blast working with the gals on the team and I was lucky enough to get to work with a collection from a company I've never had the chance to play with before, Fancy Pants Designs! Today I have a few projects I created with the Oct. 31 collection -- and here we go!


Halloween is such a fun holiday and I love, love, love the non-traditional color palette. I created a few projects for you today, beginning with a treat box and card set!


I created a card using one of the fun panels included on the patterned paper -- there were so many I could make a ton of cards! This one was so cute, and I loved that I could make a coordinating box for treats. 


The collection's ribbon is darling, as are the wonderful buttons -- perfect colors for embellishing any project!


The treat box makes use of one of the terrific chipboard elements. I'll be filling this with candy corn and giving to a friend of mine who adores that sweet treat!


Next up is a card I createdI couldn't resist making another card with the gorgeous patterned paper. 


I love these little pumpkin design embellishments and I added the "Boo" and witch's hat from the chipboard elements. The teal color really pops and is so unexpected!


Finally, I had to make a layout for when my son was a funny little skeleton for Halloween. 



The alpha stickers are so pretty and the papers are so vibrant -- those pennant chipboard elements are to die for! 




Thanks so much to ScrapbookSteals.com for introducing me to a new company. For daily inspiration with their daily "steals," check out their blog! This collection blew me away and I have plenty left over for non-Halloween projects, too!

BEAN NOTES
all supplies used from Oct. 31 Collection (Fancy Pants Designs); Coloring Medium: Glaze Marker (Sakura); Electronic File: Ribbon Box (Lori Whitlock)

2 comments:

Ruza Rebel said...

Super CUTE! Really love the container! ;)

Julie Marshall said...

These projects are all adorable!