Thursday, October 27, 2022


Hey everyone! Traci here and I have a really cute Halloween project to share with you today. It's a little scrapbook filled with bright colors, silly faces, and tons of amazing stickers. I love stickers! It's so much fun to make and ... it's the perfect place to save your holiday photos. Check it out ...

I started by using one of my black 8x8 square window acrylic albums and the fun Monster Madness Shadow Box kit. Have you had a chance to use one of these Insert Kits yet? All the Doodlebug collections have them and they are so much fun!!">The kit comes with a circle template, card stock, vellum and tons of colorful stickers. This one has pumpkins, candy, worms, and such goofy monsters. You place the stickers on the vellum with the help of a template behind it and when you remove the template ... voila! Halloween cuteness!

Inside, I used almost every one of the 12x12 prints and added die cuts from the Odds & Ends, Chit Chat and Bits & Pieces. I also used the 12x12 sticker sheet and the tiny enamel shape sprinkles!! My favorite part.😉

Above, I chose the gorgeous purple colored print for the background and a journaling card from the Stroke of Midnight paper for notes. Isn't the rainbow plaid around the edge so pretty?!

Ok my friends ... is there any wonder why I love the enamel shape sprinkles so much?! Look how fabulous and cute and shiny and fun they are!! 

On this page, I cut out 3 tags from the Tricky Treat 12x12 paper and added some chunky twine in Beetle Black. I think they look so interesting lined up like this and they're perfect against the pretty polka dots.

This rainbow stripe (called Spooky Fun) looks great with the super cool purple car. And check out the enamel dots on the tires! The die cut is from the Odds & Ends which, by the way has 146 cute pieces to choose from.

I've added a pocket filled with journaling cards so you can write about your fun moments, things that scared you, parties you attended, and all the great friends you did it with. You can also add tickets, greeting cards, or extra photos. Do you see the extra enamel stars I added?

Above is one of my fold-out pages. The right side with the circles opens up. It's decorated with pieces from the Chit Chat and more stars from the shape sprinkles called Midnight Magic.

I love this Monster Madness Collection. It's so fun to play with. Literally, with colors and shapes this cute ... it's feels like playing! 

If you'd like to create this scrapbook, the acrylic album & instructions will be available in my shop tomorrow. Thanks so much for stopping by & I hope you have fun creating your own Monster Madness!


Monster Madness Collection
Monster Madness Shadowbox Insert Kit

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