Saturday, September 28, 2019


Hello, I am back today to share some pocket page inspiration with you and this time I am using the absolutely darling and not-so-spooky Halloween collection "Candy Carnival".

I used many elements from the collection but first I cut my cards mostly out of the 6x6 Candy Carnival paper pad and also the floral-graph petite print one (for the light purple journaling card). An exception is the "Oct. 31st" pocket which I will talk about later.

To embellish, I used a mix of stickers, die-cuts, Sprinkles, washi tapes and more, repeating clusters of stars to create eye movement and sticking to a pre-determined color palette.
Now back to my "Oct. 31st" pocket which is such a statement it plays the role of a title. I cut it out of the double-sided 12x12 Spooktacular sheet and then decided to add some texture to it by hand stitching over the frame with embroidery thread. I also added enamel dots (from the Eye See You pack) in each corner for even more impact. Don't you love the result?

Unfortunately for me, my kids are now too old for the Trick-or-Treating phase and the cute costumes but I found the Candy Carnival collection to be perfect to record everyday happenings and decor around Halloween time. I am saving the super cute elements to decorate treat bags, happy mail and my planner... See you next time!

1 comment:

  1. Fabulous pocket page! Love how you added the stitching detail!


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