Monday, October 10, 2011

Haunted Hallows - Julie Jacob - Don't cross our path! Layout - Teresa Collins Designs

The time has come to start thinking about costumes and candy!  Design Team Member Julie Jacob created this fun layout for us today.  Thank you Julie for your great instructions on how to re-create this layout.

Haunted Hallows
Don’t cross our path! Layout
by Julie Jacob
Products Used:
HH2602 Haunted Hallows Chandelier Crows (back)
HH2609 Haunted Hallows Witch (back)
HH2608 Haunted Hallows Damask (back)
HH2607 Haunted Hallows Poison (front)
HH2603 Haunted Hallows Spiderweb (back)
HH2606 Haunted Hallows Frames (front)
HH2605 Haunted Hallows Candelabras (back)
Black cardstock
Border punch – EK Success
3D foam squares – Thermoweb
Chipboard letters – American Crafts Thickers
Sewing machine
1 – 5x7 photo 
Instructions for making:
1. Use the black dot (back) side of HH Chandelier Crows as the base of your layout.
2. Cut a 7 ½”x12” piece of dictionary paper (Damask – back) and adhere to the dot paper.
3. Cut a 1 ½”x12 piece of orange dot paper (HH Witch – back) and scallop border punch it. Adhere to bottom of dictionary paper.
4. Sew across top of orange dot paper using black thread.
5. Cut ‘Danger’ box from HH Poison paper and adhere to top left of dictionary paper.
6. Mat photo with black cardstock and adhere to dictionary paper, leaving room at the left for the title.
7. Cut ‘scary’ and ‘black cat’ from the back of HH Spiderweb paper. Cut ‘black cat’ box from the back of HH Candelabras paper. Adhere above scallop border piece.
8. Cut out cat frame from HH Frames paper and adhere with 3D foam squares over orange dot border piece.
9. Add chipboard letters for title to the left of the matted photo.

Make sure you check out Julie's work HERE!  Leave us a comment and let us know what kind of costumes you will be this Halloween! 

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