Don't be afraid of ghouls and goblins; The Dynamic Duo is on the job!
This is another layout from the Fiskateers Scrap Lift A Thon. It was a very fun and frugal layout, too, because the supply list was short! Here's what I used: 4 Recollections eyelets, Lion Brand Fancy Fur, cardstock (black and rust) from the Paper Studio, Tombow tape runner and a few All Night Media pop dots.
Everything else is from MS PowerPoint. Yes, that includes the patterned paper blocks, the bat emblem in the corner, the journaling block and the title oval. Searching MS PowerPoint for the backgrounds and clip art proved to be efficient as well. I don't have any Halloween themed paper in my stash and worked on this layout fairly late at night. It took me about 15 mintues to find and print all the images on one sheet of white card stock. I used my Fiskars 12 inch desktop trimmer to cut out the blocks and my #5 microtip scissors to hand cut the oval shapes. I used a Making Memories eyelet setter.
I encourage you to investigate everything the internet and your existing programs have to offer--might come in handy late one night!
If your heading out to do the Monster Mash this evening or have alternative plans: have fun, stay safe and take care. And thanks for visiting the blog!