I recently made 2 mini Halloween albums, one for each of my grandchildren. These were sooooo much fun to make. I found the chipboard albums in the dollar bin at Michales and loaded up on them. There are many cricut cuts on this project, most from Happy Hauntings and Mini Monsters. I also used lots of embellishments found in my stash of goodies. I am still cleaning up glitter in my craft room from all the fun I had adding glitter to anything that didn't move. Also got carried away with Glossy Accents...love that stuff!
*Cover - The cute little pumpkin on the cover is cut from Celebrate With Flourish. I used a lot of glitter and Glossy Accents on this little guy. The stamp is from the dollar bin at Michaels.
*Page 1 and 2 - The Witches Hat is from Mini Monsters. I used lots of glitter, then covered that with Glossy Accents. I love, love, love the effect that gives! The second page is ready to slip in a photo. I used ribbon and gems to accent this page.
*Page 3 and 4 - The spider web is actually a piece of scrapbook paper from my stash. I believe the spider is from Doodlecharms....he is covered in black flock and I added google eyes. I think he is adorable! Page 4 has ribbon and a sucker cut from Mini Monsters covered in Glossy Accents.
Pages 5 and 6 - Page 5 is ready to add a photo. I used candy corn brads on the corners. The "little monster" on the next page is cut from Mini Monsters. I used lots of glitter and Glossy Accents on him.
*Pages 7and 8 - Page 7 is photo ready with a spooky pumpkin cut from Happy Haunting...he has lots of glitter and Glossy Accents also. The web from page 8 was just a strip of black paper and I used a punch from EK to create the spider web. And right now, I cannot remember which cartridge I used to cut the "trick or treat" sentiment....uuuuggh...I hate when that happens!
*Back Cover - I used an old Sizzix die for the picket fence and really inked it up to make it look old. The pumpkins were some brads that I have had for years. I cut the moon from George and also inked it up a bit. The bat, I believe, is from Everyday Paper Dolls?...not sure on that one. My picture doesn't do him justice, the Glossy Accents caused a glare, but he has cute purple brads for eyes and lots of glitter!
The final touch was tying orange, lime green and black sparkly ribbons on the ring. Now I just need to add pictures of my cute little trick or treaters and I'm done...thanks for looking!