Since I just got my new Peachy Keen Stamps called Monster Mash, and I couldn't wait to use them, I decided to be part of Peachy Keen's Challenge to create a page based on October. I get to make another page of my scrapbook album and have a little fun with the wonderful Peachy Keen Stamps - how great is that!?
- THE CHALLENGE:
Fall is in full swing, and using the month of October an inspiration, create a layout or project based on the season. The only catch is that it can't be a card!
This leaves your theme wide open to Autumn, Halloween, or Harvest Elements (note, since it's October, a Thanksgiving feast scene wouldn't really work for this challenge, but gourds, pumpkins, etc. would be appropriate!)
|My son used my Gypsy to download these little monsters - I wish I could find it again!|
|These are the Peach Keen Monster Mash face stamps - aren't they too cute! (I used the white Gelly Roll pen to highlight the eyes)|
|This was a fortunate accident - I had this old metal pumpkin-shaped embellishment and the 1/2" wide pumpkin ribbon just happened to fit thru it!|
|I used my Gypsy to weld Little and Monsters together (Thank You, Emma the Gypsy Queen!, at My Creative Time!!) and outlined it with my fav Gelly Roll pen!|
- Bazzill paper - purples
- Various Halloween themed paper from Michael's
- Cricut cartridges: Cuttin' Up and ?? Unknown monster!
- Ribbon: Joann's
- Die Cut: DeluxeCuts.com (ghost with boy's jeans & tennis shoes)
- Pumpkin Embellishment: from my stash
- Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen
Thank you for looking!!