Monday, July 18, 2011

more we are memory keepers projects

These projects feature the WRMK new line, Spookville.  You can check this line out at CHA tomorrow, if you're there.




I stitched the grid on my layout using the straight stitch head for the Sew Easy tool and the new baker's twine to match the Spookville line.  I really like the stitching with the baker's twine--it's a bit unexpected and fun.

Here's a simple card.  You may be thinking to yourself, hmmm...that looks familiar.   That's because I recycled one of my favorite card designs.  The original's HERE.




The last project is a Halloween countdown I made using the haunted house paper.  I cut out the windows and doors with my craft knife, and backed the openings with matching papers.  I then wrote various fun Halloween activities (make tissue ghosts, watch a scary movie, bob for apples, carve pumpkins, etc) and re-attached the cut out doors/windows using brads so you can swing them open.  I added number stickers to the openings, one for each day for the month of October.  The idea is that each day, starting on Oct. 1st, your child opens a door and you complete the activity to get ready for Halloween.  Enjoy!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your Halloween Countdown is awesome! I LOVE Halloween! Is the total project 12x12? And did you draw a pattern for the house yourself? Are the embellishments (cat, bat, etc) part of the paper line? Very, very cool!

Thanks, Sylvia in the SW

Aly D said...

Hi Sylvia in the SW! Thanks so much for your kind words. I love Halloween too. =) The total project size is 12x12, and the house is part of a 12x12 paper from the Spookville line here: http://www.weronthenet.com/Spookville

i just cut out the house from the paper, and adhered it to another background paper with pop dots. the bats are embossed stickers from the same line. hope that helps. =)