Sunday, September 30, 2018

Petite Prints Halloween Layout + Process Video| with Caroli

Halloween is an important holiday in our family. Every year my daughter chooses her costume with a lot of anticipation and I work hard to put it together according to her wishes.
After being a single child for 8 years, last year it was the first time my little girl went trick or treating with her brother, and they had a blast! Of course I had to document that special occasion!

I love the new Petite Prints papers, especially the floral-graph pattern so decided to use the mandarin colored graph paper for the base of my layout.
I created a cut file for the word Halloween to use in my title and the main decorative element of my page which you can view in my video below.


I backed the letters with some more Petite Prints and also with some papers of the 6x6 paper pad of Boo Ville collection.  

The 6x6 pads are a great idea when you want to back cut files that are not too big, because patterns are smaller and don't get lost when you cut the paper.
I embellished my layout with a combination of Doodle Pops and Shape Sprinkles. I love the volume of Doodle Pops, I think hey make a great embellishment not only for cards but also for pages.
These little spiders are really to die for, my fave halloween embellishment so far  
I wrote the title of the page using Love Letters cardstock alphabet in black color, I love this typography and it goes perfectly with the theme of this layout.I completed my design by writing my journaling of course! You know I love to write a lot in my pages and this is no exception. This time I handwrite about how happy I was about my two kids trick or treating together, such a happy memory to document indeed.I hope you liked this idea and use the offset trick to create something pretty. If you have any question  just leave a comment, thank you for watching today!
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4 comments:

  1. This is beautiful and the best Halloween page I've seen xx

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  2. Such an awesome layout!! Love your lettering!!!

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  3. Love this! What font has been used for the word "halloween"?

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