Sunday, August 29, 2010

Gruesome Twosome Layout

Hey there everyone...I just finished this layout last night. It is my submission for the Cricut messgageboard LID challenge for the week of 8/21-8/27 and can be found HERE.  The sketch is from Scrapbooks Etc.

The papers used in this layout all come from the new DCWV stacks called Midnight Spell which can be purchased at JoAnn fabrics.  I got mine for a steal...they had them on sale for 9.99 and I used a Michael's 20% your entire purchase coupon so that I got these stacks for EIGHT bucks!!!  Yay!

This little witch was made using the Paper Doll Dress Up Cricut cartridge.  I cut out the witch's accessories and added an apron from the pilgrim page.  I also cut the witch's dress a second time in green so that I could mimic the green ruffle at the bottom of my daughter's costume.  The orange accents are Stickles.

The headstones come from the Happy Hauntings Cricut cartridge.  I added the RIP using Sakura Glaze pens and some black Stickles for the eyes of the skull.

This was a rub on I got in Target's dollar spot last year around this time.  The dots are flat backed pearls.

The word gruesome is also cut from Cricut's Happy Hauntings cartridge.  I think I stretched the height a bit using my Gypsy.  The word twosome is from Cricut's Stamped cartridge.  This is actually the first time I 've used that cartridge.  I know it's not most people's favorite, but the font is really awesome for Halloween layouts.

Here is a close up of my journaling.  The shape it is on is from the Storybook Cricut cartridge.

Thanks for coming to check out my page!  If you have any questions about anything...don't be a stranger :)  Have a great day!!!


  1. very nice!! fits perfect with your pictures.

  2. Great layout you did a nice job tfs!!!

  3. So much details! Awesome job! Glad to be a new follower - you're an inspiration.

  4. That is beautiful!!!! I love it!

  5. I absolutely love this creation. You did an awesome job. Thanks for sharing your tricks =} Congrats!!!

  6. This is a great layout! So clever and the paper doll matches her costume so well!


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