Hi! Odessa here with a cute SN@P! layout using Say Cheese Halloween. I paired my layout with the Yellow Designer binder because I love the polka dot pattern on the inside and the yellow goes great with the spooky colours in Say Cheese Halloween.

The colours and icons Say Cheese Halloween are so fun and playful, so I had so much fun putting this layout together! I’m really into adding interactive elements to my pages lately so there is a photo flip as well as a little protector strip that’s kind of like a bookmark. Around it are lots of cute photos and journal cards from Say Cheese Halloween.

On this page I used a couple of the journal cards from Say Cheese Halloween and a photo from the adventure I was documenting with my kids. I embellished simply with word stickers, stickers, embellishments and alpha stickers to tell my story in a bold graphic way that matches the collection.

In the middle of the layout is one of my current fav elements. I use the Page protector with a long 2x8 strip with two 4x4 pockets. I cut off the 4x4 pockets to make a long strip that’s kind of like a bookmark in the middle of the page and fill it with fun! I put a photo I really liked in it on the black and white stripe of the Frankly Frightful cardstock and added some stickers to finish it off along with a tab sticker on the top.

On the other side of the 2x8 sticker I layered some of the adorable kids from the Say Cheese Happy Halloween Kids Bits & Pieces that reminded me of my boys. Adorable!

I really really like the Photo Flips. They might be one of my favourite Simple Stories accessories and I use them a ton! They’re great for adding that one extra photo to a layout that you couldn’t fit in the pockets or adding more dimension to a story. Under our doughnut photo I squeezed in some journalling and a photo of my son in full donut bliss.

I filled the little 2x2 pockets on the page with some cute embellishments and journal cards. Say Cheese Halloween is such a fun collection! I didn’t have any great recent Halloween photos to use so I used the collection with some everyday photos and love how they worked together. Everyday can be Halloween!

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Hello Friends!

It's Kristine here today and I'm sharing a Halloween Layout I created using the Happy Haunting Collection. This collection contains some great Halloween colors such as black and orange but throw in a little pink and you have a collection that can be used for summer, fall or Halloween layouts. I chose to create a Halloween page. I used a photo of my cousin's painted face for her last Halloween party. 

I wanted to add some color on this page and kept it to the orange, black and white colors. I tried not to add pink because I'll keep those elements for another page. 

 I started created my layout using a piece of black cardstock. White was also a good option but I wanted more black on my page. I cut a piece of paper 10x10" to fit and then added some orange for color on the top and bottom.  I created some star shapes and added those on my layout using a multitude of colored papers. 

I wanted to used multi photos on this page but I only had 1 picture to work with. I printed a 4x6 and then decided why not use the same picture but smaller. I added some dimensional adhesive on the back to add dimension to those photos. 

Adding lots of chipboard pieces as well as Bits & Pieces just completes my page. I really can't go without decorating or adding clusters to my page. The little scary cat, the RIP tombstone and some bats in the mix just add lots of texture and dimension as well to my page.

I finished off my page by adding Happy Halloween with the chipboard pieces from this collection. It fits perfectly on the top right of my layout. 

To add more details I added some enamel dots and voila! EEK!! Grab this Spooky collection from your local scrapbook store and enjoy! Visit us on Social Media @SimpleStories_ and @KristineDavidson

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Hey y’all! It’s Courtney here sharing the layout that I created using the awesome Happy Trails collection. This collection was calling my name with all of the amazing colors and icons it has to offer. I’m really into the mustard yellows, aquas, and oranges right now. Here’s a look at the layout that I created.

For this layout I knew I wanted to use a cut file and I knew I wanted something like mountains or triangles to give me that mountain look. I went with a cut file that I have actually used before, but I went a different direction with it, literally. This cut file is a free file from Paper Issues and it’s called It’s Geometric. I turned it sideways and backed it with a few of my favorite pattern papers. I cut this one out in white so the colors would really pop against it. I added some dimension to the cut file with foam tape to help separate it from the background.

I printed three photos out for this layout and I was originally only going to use one, but I loved how the 2x2 photos looked with the 4x4. These pictures of my oldest are some of my favorites   and I thought the colors were perfect for this collection.  They were all matted in white as well to help them pop.

I created three clusters around my photos using a combination of the sticker sheet, the icon bits and pieces, the journal bits and pieces, and the chipboard. I added a few enamel dots from the Oh Happy Day collection along with the cute little mosquito’s to create my three. Then I finished my layout off with some black paint splatters.

I hope that you get inspired by this layout and I can’t wait to see what you create!

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Hello Simple Stories friends! The finishing line of summer is getting closer every day, but I am sure there were so many great memories to be thankful for! Anya here today and I have another mini book I like to share with you. If you've been to Disney recently, or may still have photos sitting in the box for years, this one is for you!

I've been wanting to create a mini book in the Mickey Mouse shape for quite some time and Say Cheese 4 collection seemed like a perfect fit for it! I created the shape of the mini book in the Silhouette Studio and cut all of the pages from black cardstock first.

Then, I covered each page with a piece of patterned paper that was a bit smaller in size, which I created by using the Internal Offset feature and decorated each page spread with journaling spots, photo mats, ephemera and stickers. For the cover I used a lot of chipboard pieces and some stickers. It was a lot of fun to create this one!

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Hey there Simple Stories fans! Nicole here today to share a non-traditional project using the new Happy Haunting collection! I know that this is a Halloween themed collection, but I love the pretty mix of colors and couldn't resist creating a non-Halloween themed project using this collection.

I punched several flowers from various papers in the collection, using a lot of the b-sides of the papers. To add some neutrality to the flowers, I punched smaller flowers using some simple white cardstock. I decided to adhere my photo first, overlapping the fun bold striped paper in the collection.

To finish off each flower, I stitched on a simple button in co-ordinating colors and then popped the flowers with some foam adhesive. I love how you can stretch a themed collection into an everyday one, with a simple paper punch and a little creativity!

I hope you are inspired to try a non-traditional page using a traditionally themed collection!

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Hello! It's Jennifer on the blog today to share a layout I  created with the very fun Happy Haunting! I  am a huge Halloween fan so I  always look forward to the new collections from Simple Stories!  Happy Haunting definitely doesn't disappoint with its bold prints as well as the greys and pinks mixed in with the traditional colors! And the ephemera is adorable without being too cute-sy! 

I  began with the black dot print of the B side of Utterly Spooky as my base. I  then adhered a 6x12 portion of Hocus Pocus to the top. At the "seam" of the two patterns, I  added in additional prints to layer under my photos (which I  matted onto white cardstock).  

For my title, I  used the cute "BOO" die cut from the Happy Haunting Journal Bits and Pieces as well as the floral tag you see hanging down. I  had some Halloween colored bakers twine in my stash and thought it would look cute tied onto the end of the tag. 

 I also  utilized much of the die cut flowers from the Happy Haunting Icon Bits and Pieces pack adhering them in clusters at the corners of my photos.  A few of them are affixed with pop dots to add dimension. 

Here is a close up of my second cluster of flowers. This time I  added the cute girl ghost with pop dots, as well as a pink pumpkin. This layout is for my daughter so I  decided to "go girly". However, Happy Haunting has elements that will work for feminine or masculine projects.  You can also see I  added a journaling spot as well as little sentiment stickers from the Combo Sticker sheet. 

After I  thought I  was finished with my layout, I  felt like it needed something more. I  adhered a small strip of patterned paper at the top and bottom of my page, stitched through with my sewing machine, and then tore the edges as shown. I  felt like this helped to break up the smaller patterns.  I  also added some of the smaller die cut flowers around my title accenting with enamel dots from my stash. 

Thanks for stopping by the blog!  You can see Happy Haunting in its entirety by clicking HERE!  Have a great day!

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Hi friends! It’s Dorymar with a scary cute 4x6 SN@P Album using the new Happy Haunting Collection! One of the things I loved about this collection is the mix between cute and mysterious. I adore how pink makes a triumphant entrance among the typical dark colors of Halloween.

I love the plain chipboard cover of the 4x6 SN@P because it allows me to use the collection papers to make the perfect complement between the cover and what I’ll create and document in the inside of the album.  I selected the black spine album and I  decorate it with some pieces of the collection.

I selected one of the Snap album pages as a base and match it with two stripes that I cut from the papers. Then, I extracted with a scallop die the big 31 circle from the 4x4 journaling cards.  The collection has a lot of super usable icons that were easy to decorate the cover.

I did a title page with a combination of chipboard, die cuts and phrase sticker.  As a base I cut a 4.25 x 6 piece from "To Die For" paper. All together are the perfect match!

 

Between pages I made some brackets and decorate it with a mix of pieces from the collection, back of these pieces you can put photos or journal and you can use it anywhere else you would like in the album.

I love to create pockets, flip and flap to give an interactive touch to the album.  In this case I love the super cute ghost of this collection, you can see the big eyelashes of the ghost girl, looks Spooktacular!  I selected one of the 4x4 cards and scored on the top to create a fun flap inside the 4x4 pocket page from the Horizontal Pocket Pages Variety Pack.

In this flap I used one of the tags from the Happy Journaling bits and pieces and match with the Spooky phrase and some pieces from the bits and pieces to decorate cluster to the photo mat, I added some ribbons and bottoms to give the cute touch that match perfectly with this cute Halloween collection. 

I really love the 2x2 pocket pages because it allows me to selected my favorites 2x2 cards and combine them with elements of the collection.   I can add messages, photos and make small shakers.

Here I did folded 4”x12” flip page, I created a small pocket with fun tags in the inside.  When you flip the page, you can find space to add photos and fun phrases from the stickers sheet.

Customize tags are one of my favorites, I really love to create my own fun embellishments using a combination of the die cuts, sticker and phrases of the collection. This is the result; they look really nice!

In these pages I used a couple of the 3x4 and 4x4 elements along with some of the stickers to create and decorate inserts to add space for journal and more photos.  It’s fantastic!

I really love to create this project with this different Halloween Collection.  Simple Stories collections make it so easy to put together in every project. I hope this project inspired you to create a fun one using this super cute Halloween collection. 

Happy Scrapping!

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It's been so much fun to see everyone's creations with the Say Cheese Halloween collection this week on the blog. Hi, Everyone! It's Jana Eubank. I'm here to finish out the week with a scrapbook page!

The colors in the Say Cheese Halloween collection are so vibrant and fun! I especially love the addition of teal and green because they go so well with my daughter's gypsy costume in the photos I'm using today.

I fussy-cut the "B-O-O" letters from th2 2x2 Elements paper to use as my title. I placed the letters across the top of the chipboard banner piece and then added a die cut web (Bits & Pieces) and the chipboard spider and bats.

I am loving the purple in this collection. I cut my photos in circles using the Circle Photo Crops and then matted them with the purple, spider-patterned So Creepy paper. I then accented the photos with the chipboard stars and "Not So Scary" phrase, as well as some die cut bats  (Bits & Pieces).

At the bottom of the page, I fussy-cut several icons from the Elements papers. The potion bottle ingredients are cooking up something interesting in the neighboring cauldron (both from the 4x4 Elements paper) while the jack-o-lanterns look on with their silly and friendly grins (4x6 Elements paper). Good thing they have some chipboard candy corns to snack on while they wait for the concoction to finish brewing! *wink*

I added journaling to the postcard die cut from the Bits & Pieces pack in the bottom right corner of the page. I then added a few phrase stickers from the Combo Sticker Sheet, as well as a chipboard spider.

This not-so-scary, colorful Halloween page was so much fun to put together! Have you thought about what costume you want to wear for Halloween this year?

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Hi everyone! It’s Tara with Secretbees Studio  We might be in the thick of Summer but it is not too early to start getting those paper crafted Halloween albums and decorations started. Especially since Simple Stories has some of the cutest holiday paper collections ready for you! The Say Cheese Halloween collection is full of bright magical colors and so many bewitching patterns. Plus this collection has the happy kids dressed up in their most adorable costumes along with not so scary pumpkins, ghosts and spiders. All in all, this collection will add so much fun to any holiday project!

This sweet wallet mini album is perfect for holding lots of Halloween memories and it has lots of pockets and interactive elements! When closed, it measures 8.5" x 4.25" but it opens up to reveal lots of openings and pockets like any great wallet.

The bottom section has its own 'credit card' slots that holds four of the 3x4 journal cards and a gusseted pocket that holds 4x6 journal cards. All have been decorated and embellished with the charming stickers and bits & pieces.

The center section folds out on both sides to reveal several photo spots including a couple of small flip out sections and a pocket! The large center holds another photo flip that showcases the super cute 4x6 journal cards with photo holders on the backs. Check out the walk through with instructions on making your own photo wallet like this one on my YouTube channel!

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Hi there Simple Stories Friends! Nathalie with you today with a new layout that brings a not-so frightful approach to Halloween memories.   When i saw the Happy Kids Bits and Pieces of the new Say Cheese Halloween collection from Simple Stories, i did a small inner cheer as i had the perfect picture for it.  Hence this page.

I wanted to bring color and playfulness to this page, so i opted to use lots of the patterned papers, and what better way than to create a large title for the page.  I chose a few cut files from the Silhouette store to cut the words from some of the collection's papers.   A chose to cut an offset of the words out of the Say Cheese 4 Basics papers and then hand stitched the words to the black cut out.

Before building the page, i chose to trim and distress the edges of the Frankly Frightful paper, then stitched it to the  Hey Pumpkin paper.   A few sticker details were added to the distressed edges, followed by drops of black and white ink around the page.

The title was glued on a bit of a slant, then i nestled the pictures atop the title, and started adding embellishments around them. I chose to complete my title with one of the phrase stickers from the ephemera pack

To finish the page,i added a few lines of journal to the side of the title,followed by a pair of the Happy Kids Bits and Pieces that match closely their costumes.  Just love these little pieces of joy.  

I LOVE how this turned out!  The new Say Cheese Halloween from Simple Stories is one of the cutest and not-so frightful collections around, you are going to fall in love with it!  

XO

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Hi friends!  It’s Jeanne here today!  And I’m so excited to share EIGHT Halloween cards made with the Simple Stories Happy Haunting Collection!

This beautiful colors of this collection include the traditional orange and black you associate with Halloween, with the unexpected addition of PINK!  This gives this collection a fresh look with a sweet twist.

The collection has so many beautiful prints too.. plaid, gingham, zig zag stripes, colorful dots, starry skies and florals too!

The chipboard stickers are great for adding dimension to your projects.  I cut the garland included on the sheet in two pieces to embellish this card.

The 3x4” pocket/journaling cards printed on a 12” paper in the collection kit are perfect for  layering over pattern paper and embellishing.

You’ll also find Icon Bits and Pieces that are great for making scenes and embellishing, as well as Journaling Bits and Pieces that are great for adding hand written sentiments and documenting your journaling pages.   Some of these die cut pieces include printed sentiments like the speech bubble on this card.

I like to arrange the bits and pieces and chipboard stickers on a piece of clear plastic the same size as my card base before I commit and adhere them in place. 

I powder the back of stickers from the Collection Kit Sticker sheet so I can arrange them without them sticking to other elements.  I adhere them with liquid glue when I decide where to place them.

You’ll have lots of fun making with this collection and your card recipients will be delighted with your one of a kind creations!

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Hi everyone, Odessa here with a cute mini album I’ve been working on. I love to take photographs and have a bunch that I just love from our summer camping adventures so far this year so I decided to print some of my favourites and put them together in a 4x6 SN@P! album with the Simple Stories Happy Trails collection. We’re all about camping in my family so when I saw Happy Trails I knew it would be perfect for documenting so many of our summer adventures!

I started out by embellishing the cover of my album. I love how the chipboard covers of the 4x6 SN@P! albums can look good plain or are super easy to embellish. I picked the fun plaid print from Happy Trails and used one of the Bits & Pieces to make a simple yet perfect cover for family adventures.

I love circle photos! I used one of the Circle Photo Crops to cut a 4x4 photo into a 4x4 circle and stuck it in a 4x4 square protector to create a page with a bit of depth from the empty space around the photo. Layers are so much fun in a mini album and that empty space is a great way to add some in. I added some alpha stickers and a word sticker along with a little tab on the edge from the Combo Sticker sheet.

I like to mix in lots of different photo, page protector and journal card sizes in a mini album as well and this page has a bunch! There are some mini 2x2 photos along with a 4x4 journal card on the  left. I used some of the stickers from the Happy Trails Combo Sticker sheet on the outside of the protector so they went over the edges of the pocket for a bit of fun. 

On the right side I cut down 2 of the 2x2 pockets on the page protector so it was square and filled it with some fun 2x2 campfire photos and journal cards. I stuck a chipboard sticker right in the middle of the pocket and then used the scalloped border from the Combo Sticker sheet on the edge for some more layers! I like to add things to the edge of smaller protectors to make them a bit more obvious.

On the other side of the smaller protector I cut a 4x4 photo into smaller squares and put them in the protectors for a tiled look with some phrase stickers and a chipboard sticker. I also used a Photo Flip on this page. I really wanted to include the campground permit from the Bits & Pieces so I placed it floating in a 3x4 Photo Flip with a little Happy Trails tab sticker on the bottom to make it more interactive.

On the other side of the floating embellishment I cut down a piece of Happy Trails cardstock to the same shape. When it’s flipped up it reveals a cute photo of my boys.

Here’s another spread with a cut down protector to get 4- 2x2 squares. I used one of the beautiful 4x6 Happy Trails cards on the page because it was just so perfect and then filled my squares with photos and 2x2 cards. The lantern banner is put on top of the protector so it extends over the top and even over the hole of the page protector.

On the other side is an obligatory smore camping photo with some fun puns next to a full 4x6 photo. I had a ton of beautiful sunset photos from a perfect camping spot right next to a huge lake. I used two in this pocket by using a Circle Photo Crop to cut another 4x4 circle and then laid it over a regular 4x6 photo. I used some simple phrase stickers and Bits & Pieces to add some words to the page.

I really like the single 3x4 photo pockets for the 4x6 albums. I put a nice photo of my boys and I in front of our trusty tent. I really wanted to use the Tent Sweet Tent embellishment from the Bits & Pieces but it was a little large for the photo. I decided to use it as a tab and cut down some Happy Trails cardstock to the same side and attached them like I would tabs. I really like how that turned out! There are so many layers peeking out here, I just love it!

On the other side I used the Campground Permit journal card cut from the Happy Trails cardstock next to a ton of cute sunset photos! Like I said, I had a bunch, so I took some of my favourites and used the Circle Photo Crops to make a bunch of 2x2 circles to put in the pockets. I added in some various Happy Trails embellishments in the empty pockets with nothing around them to get a fair bit of the next page peeking through. I used the reverse side of the Happy Trails 3x4 Elements Cardstock for some night sky vibes as a good background for my photos.

I hope you enjoyed this peek in my mini album and that I’ve inspired you to have some fun with different photo sizes, shapes and layers!

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Hello Friends!

It's Kristine Davidson here to share a layout with you! I created this "Creepy" Layout using the Say Cheese Halloween Collection. The colors and pattern designs in this collection are so perfect for those spooky pictures!

I used the Spooktacular paper for the base of my layout. I could have used a black piece of cardstock but I find that using a piece of paper makes a cohesive page with the other patterns. I then layered some different pieces on both sides of the 6x12" (Orange with Bats) Frankly Frightful paper. You can add a variety of colors on your layout using this collection. This combination was my favorite.

Once my base of papers is adhered to my page I start decorating with some Bits & Pieces. I used bats, stars, bottles, and a few more extras to make this picture stand out.

I really couldn't help myself and add a little witch to my layout. I find these to be soooo cute. She was perfect for that space ;)

I added a 3x4 element card to my page. This can be any of the great selection from the Element papers. I used this one because it really went well with my journaling and the photo. I did trace the edges with a black marker to have it blend better with my black details.

I hope you like my page and anxious to create your own Halloween Page! Come visit us on Social Media because we love sharing more Simple Stories pages with you.

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Hey y'all! It's Courtney here! Today’s layout is made with the amazing Happy Haunting line. How fun is this line? When I saw it I knew exactly what picture I wanted to use.

For this layout, I cut out 2-inch strips that varied in length. After that, I randomly placed them on the background page which is Utterly Spooky. I used a few different pages for the strips. I used both sides of Hocus Pocus, Fright night, Bootiful, and the 2x2 elements. I used some black crate paper, the bat border sticker, and the spooky house border sticker to add some different dimension and texture to my pattern.

All of my clusters we're a mixture of the chipboard, the combo sticker sheet, the icon bits, and pieces, and the Happy Haunting journal pieces. I embellished each cluster with the small enamel dot from the Spring Farm House collection. I added a tab, tiny word sticker,   and a flower to my photo from the combo sticker sheet.

I hope you are inspired to use this collection!

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Hello everyone! As I was working on getting a binder ready for our next big trip, I remembered a tip I wanted to share with you. It might be pretty simple, but can be very helpful, when the time comes to putting the whole thing together.

I value journaling in every shape and form of scrapbooking, but often struggle to include enough of those special memories in words. Any time I can involve other family members in it is such a great plus! It not only helps me remember more, but it also adds a different perspective to the story.

Before we leave for a family vacation or when kids go to camp, I like to give each of them these tiny notebooks that are small enough not to take up a lot of space, but  cute enough that will inspire them to take a few moment at the end of each day to write a few notes and maybe draw a few pictures from the day.

These particular camping journals measure 4x4” and were created using the “Happy Trails” collection. I trimmed a strip of two 4x4” elements that was folded in half and used for the front cover. The back cover was made in a similar way but instead I just used a piece of patterned paper with an all over design. For the pages inside I used plain “filler” lined paper that was also trimmed to size.

Also, I decorated just one page in each journal simply for fun. When I give these to my children, I know they will be scribbling in them and might add just enough precious information for the overall story. I may also keep some of their drawings and add them to one of the pockets in my album.

I love it whenever I can get my children involved in the memory keeping! They feel important and I feel lucky to get the additional bits to our story!

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Good morning Simple Stories fans! Nicole here again to share a fun (and slightly spooky) Halloween layout with you using the new Say Cheese Halloween collection! This collection is a great combination of Halloween color and pattern and has a perfect whimsical feel! It is so great to capture some of those Halloween memories.

I really wanted to combine some of the fun cut apart squares from the 2x2 elements paper to create a grid for my page. I cut some 2" squares of paper from various patterns in this collection to mix in with the cut apart sentiments

I added in a spiderweb cut file as a layer between the patterned paper and my photos in a neutral kraft color to add a little dimension. I added some diecuts and fussy cut some elements from those same 2x2 squares and popped them with foam adhesive onto my project.

I hope that this gives you some fun ideas on how to incorporate the Say Cheese Halloween onto your next spooky Halloween page!

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Trick or treat, she's so sweet! The new Happy Haunting collection was perfect for scrapbooking these two cute friends who decided to put together their own gypsy costumes for Halloween one year. Hi, everyone! It's Jana Eubank. It was so much fun listening to these two girls giggle and squeal as they ran back and forth to each other's houses digging through their skirts, scarves, and their mom's jewelry and makeup putting together the perfect gypsy ensemble. 

Do you sometimes feel like that when you're scrapbooking? Like you have to dig and dig to find just the right pieces for your project? Stop digging and grab yourself a collection kit by Simple Stories. The simple, yet brilliant, patterns make it a snap to document your memories!

Time and time again I reach for the Snap Basics Paper Pack for the backgrounds for my layouts. Not only do I love a neutral, clean background, but I adore the built in journaling lines! 

I have been enjoying adding torn bits to my pages lately. This technique is a simple way to add texture to a design. Here I tore a strip of the Fright Night paper to go across the top of my page. There was one spot where the tear curved upwards. Instead of letting it bother me, I ran with it and added a few tab stickers from the Combo Sticker Sheet to fill it in. What a fun detail!

I couldn't WAIT to try out the 6x6 Stencil from this collection. The bats in flight were just calling my name. I used a dauber with a black ink pad to create the pattern and then splattered some mist over the top.

Next, I used the chipboard phrase for my title (SWOON!) and then cut out a few of the larger designs from the 4x4 Elements paper decorate the space below. These larger elements are anchored on the chipboard banner and then accented with a pumpkin and floral cluster sticker (Combo Sticker Sheet).

One of my favorite things about this collection is the soft touches of pink. I love how the shades of pink pick up the girls' youthful skin. The pink also adds a feminine, flirty touch!

The Happy Haunting collection was such a fun way to take a break from the summer heat and has me counting down to the cooler days ahead!

Thanks for coming by!

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Hello again! It's the Final Day of our Fall and Winter 2019 NEW Release, but this adorable collection is one you are going to want to use all year round!

From our home to yours ... introducing the SO HAPPY TOGETHER collection. Home is where our stories begin and this darling set is the perfect way to record yours! Capture memorable moments with family & friends, document favorite family recipes, or welcome a new neighbor with a handmade card. You'll love creating with the cheerful houses, friendly flowers, and heartfelt sentiments.

View the full SO HAPPY TOGETHER collection HERE. Visit us on Facebook & Instagram for chances to WIN the new SO HAPPY TOGETHER product before you can buy it; stay tuned tomorrow for even MORE new product reveals!

Shipping to retailers September 2019.

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