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Project Previews Happy Haunting!

It's day 3 of project previews and today we've got some more Happy Haunting ideas for you all!

Happy Haunting!


Here's a great card idea by our Julie Walton!
Products used: Happy Haunting HH001, HH004

Julie used a cute ribbon to bring out the orange in the papers. She also cut out some of the ghouls from the paper and used pop dots to add some dimension!

Here's another project Julie made using papers from the same collection!
 Products used: 
A Frame, Happy Haunting HH003, HH004, HH005, and HH013 Combo Stickers


She made this cute flower using the HH005 and a cute button made with HH003!

For those of you with a ghoul or goblin at home, here's a cute way to capture all of their scary costumes through the years!
Bewitching by Kim Arledge
Products used: Happy  Haunting HH001, HH003, HH004, HH006, HH008, HH009, and HH013 combo Stickers

Kim stitched around the squares and rectangles to create frames! She also did some string work to create a "BOO" banner and to also tie off the edge of the photo! 
BEWITCHING!
Thanks for stopping by! And don't forget, for a chance to win a 12x12 kit or 6x6 pad of this collections, post the collection image (at the top of this blog entry) on your Facebook and leave us a comment letting us know you've done so! winners will be announced FRIDAY August 5th!!

Comments

  1. Alright its done!!! Im kacee McVic on FB!!
    kacee

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  2. Love the projects the DT's did with this paper. The flower is fabulous.

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  3. Halloween is my #1 holiday and this is just adorable.I love the cards-and have to make some!
    Definitely posted this cuteness on my FB page-https://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/profile.php?id=1180136195

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  4. Posted the Happy Haunting image with the link back to your blog on my FB page! I think halloween projects are my favorite!

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