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Happy Halloween | Valeska Guimaraes October 22, 2021 07:00

Hello JustNick friends!

I'm Valeska and here and today we are going to focus on Halloween.

Halloween is almost here and we are starting to get ready for this super special and fun-filled holiday.

There are so many Halloween themed cut files in JustNick store, and I'm sure you will create amazing projects with them.

I chose two cut files to work: "Happy Halloween 3" and "Halloween Icons 2".

First of all, I started cutting the bats and the spider web from the halloween Icons 2 cut file on a black cardstock. 

In a white cardstock, I placed the spider web in the middle of my page as a stencil and I used orange distress oxide to make the shadows.

Then I cut the interior of my Happy Halloween 3 from a patterned paper from Echo Park Paper collection Witches & Wizards, that seems very appropriated for my photos.

Then I cut the offset of my letters in a white cardstock and after that I used the same distress oxide on them.

Before placing my photos, I added some black acrylic paint splashes.

I used 3D foam stickers in the letters to give it some height and dimension.

On the top of my page, I tore the white paper showing the printed paper of witch's brooms.

Now is the best part: placing the embellishments.

I put some on the top of the happy halloween cut file, and placed the bats from Halloween Icons 2 around my page.

I hope you enjoy this layout and get inspired to create with those beautiful cut files. 

Thank you for stopping by.

 


Halloween | Joanna Bandelin October 23, 2020 06:00

Hi scrappy friends, Joanna Bandelin here today sharing a fun Halloween scrapbook layout. Halloween is probably my favorite holiday to document, I've got tons of photos for inspiration! I always like to start my pages off with a photo then search for the best cut files to go with it. For this page I use 2 cut files from JustNick.
To start off, I choose a neutral background because I knew I wanted the cut files to stand out with black cardstock. First I added a mix of black, white and gold ink splatters all over the background.  I used the new Halloween title and backed it with some pattern papers from Echo Park's I Love Halloween collection.
I added some paper layers behind the photo and tore some of the pattern paper for some texture. I added a little bit of gold thread and tucked it under the right of the photo, along with a haunted house sticker. 
I needed  something else to finish off my page, so I cut out 2 spider webs from the Halloween Icons set. They were just perfect cut out about 5 inches wide. 
I love this spooky cute page and I hope you are inspired to get your Halloween photos scrapped.