Monday, August 20, 2012

Monster Mash Release Week One - Day 1


Did I scare ya?

Well we hope that our Monster Mash projects over the next two weeks will have you howling and shrieking!!
This new halloween is absolutely adorable & so much fun to create with as you will clearly see from the variety of projects that our talented Design Team have created.

So please join us today (the 20th) thru to the 31st for some scarey fun!!


Shellye McDaniel

Imaginisce Die Cuts are so generous in size and can easily be layered with other matching elements such as pieces from the Sticker Stackers or Canvas Stickers. So don't be afraid to remove (gently) the witch's shoes from the sticker and try it out somewhere else...I just add a little dab of glue to the foam dot and you're good to go!

Note: For this layout I followed the gallon-quart-ounce theory. In design it is good to remember to keep things in proportion, whether it's color, photos or embellishments. The dominate color is purple (gallon), followed by the blue (quart) and then the green (ounce).

The main focus of embellishments is in the bottom 1/3 of the page, as well as at the right vertical 1/3 of the page. Proportion helps the flow of a layout, gives rest to the eye and keeps things pleasing to the viewer.

Mary Ann Jenkins

I love the new Monster Mash collection, and thought it would be perfect to make some Halloween Decor!

To make the cute little witches hat, I rolled the 12x12 paper into a cone shape, then cut off the excess edge from the bottom so it would sit level. I added the cone to a small circle cut from matching paper, then adhered to a larger black cardstock circle. I embellished the front of the hat, and added the flying bat with a pipe-cleaner.

I also made a layout to remember the year my son was Harry Potter.

For my layout, I die cut the chevron/zig zag designs directly from my base paper using my cricut, then backed it with a coordinating paper. I also cut a small chevron design and added it in between the larger shapes. I did a little layering of the Ghoulish Delights Die Cuts at the corner of my photo, then added the fun flying bat. A small piece of foam tape behind his wings will keep the dimension even after the layout is in my scrapbook.

Thanks for joining us today.
Please stop by again tomorrow for Monster Mash creations!


Anita Braddock said...

wow how super cute and scary is this love the papers and the layering beautiful Job. thank for sharing and the chance to win

Big Mamma~ a.k.a. Mary S said...

Love the projects and the Layout. Monster Mash has the best die cuts.

craftymom205 said...

Great projects. Love the witches hat.

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PamSpradlin said...

I really like that BOO wall is adorable as is the witches hat. And the layouts...this line will be super for all of the halloween pictures.

Heidi Brawley said...

WOW all the projects were super cute. Great work ladies!!!! I really Love this collection. I am a fan of Halloween!! 71 days till Halloween!

Julie S. said...

Wow...their are great. TFS.

Scrappin with the bug said...

OK by FAR this has to be my FAVORITE paper. I bought some the other --I couldn't resist. It's all so adorable. I even bought the stamps to go w/ it. I love every piece.. Maybe I didn't buy enough I think I should go get more... Teeheee. I love the projects all are GREAT.

Kim said...

So cute!! Love how it's not too one daughter is petrified of Halloween decor and costumes!

Ange said...

Love! Such an adorable line!!

Tracey said...

I just love the colours in this collection! Fantastic projects!!

sharon g said...

I really love the hat!

Liz said...

Great projects!

Caroli said...

I love this collection! I'm a big fan of cute halloween stuff, love all the diecuts and the birght colors <3

Benwah said...

Halloween is my favorite time. Great paper

Beatrice Lawson said...

Al the projects today are going on my Halloween Pinterest board, they are great!


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