Halloween Blog Hop-Stop #1

Hello and Welcome to the Creative Memories Halloween Blog hop!

For this hop we are featuring Halloween themed paper crafts and scrapbook layouts using Creative Memories products.

If you have just hopped onto my blog, from the Creative Memories Blog you are at the beginning!

Halloween is a fun time of the year. Capturing those memories in a scrapbook are fun to look back on.

I am in love with the new Trick or Treat line by Creative Memories.

Creative Memories Trick or Treat Halloween Scrapbook Paper

The designs are Spook-tacular! Here are the Halloween themed layouts I have designed using this product:

Layout #1

Halloween Scrapbook Layout Using Creative Memories Trick or Treat Paper Pack and Title Stickers

Ingredients:

** Creative Memories Trick or Treat Paper Pack

**Creative Memories Trick or Treat Title Stickers

**Creative Memories Shape Maker System Tag Punch

** Foam Squares

**Creative Memories Paper Trimmer

**Creative Memories two-way corner rounder

**Creative Memories Tape Runner

Instructions:

  1. Choose 2 sheets of pattern paper as your base. Then cut coordinating pattern paper 8×10 and 8×8.5
  2. Using Corner Rounder, round 2 corners as shown in the photo, then adhere to the pattern paper as shown.
  3. Cut journaling box from the Trick or Treat Pattern paper and adhere to the page as shown.
  4. Fussy cut title from the Trick or Treat Pattern paper and adhere as shown
  5. Adhere embellishments as shown.

Tag Maker Spider

Scrapbook Paper Spider created using Creative Memories Tag Maker

Super cute and creepy spider made using the Tag Maker Punch.

 

Creative Memories Tag Maker

Using the Tag Maker Punch 4 tags using White Cardstock.

 

tag maker 2

Discard all but 3 tags. Keep the tag remnants from punching for the legs of the spider.

 

tag maker 3

Cut 3 of the tag remnants in half for the spider legs.

 

tag maker 4

Place the Tag remnants on the tag (which is the body of the spider) tape the legs to the body of the tag. Then adhere a foam square to the back so that your spider Pops! from the page.

Layout #2

Halloween Scrapbook Layout Using Creative Memories Trick or Treat Paper Pack and Title Stickers

** Trick or Treat Paper Pack and Title Stickers

**Creative Memories Shades of Bright cardstock

**Creative Memories Shades of Neutral cardstock

**Gold Abc/123 stickers

** Tape runner and trimmers

Instructions

  1. Cut trick or treat paper 3×12 and 4×12.
  2. Cut cardstock for photo mats in the following dimensions: 4.25×5.25, 4.25×4.25, and 3.25×3.25
  3. Journaling mat cut cardstock 3.25×4.25 and then white paper 3×4
  4. Adhere letters and Stickers as shown

 

Layout #3

Halloween Scrapbook Layout Using Creative Memories Trick or Treat Paper Pack and Title Stickers

Ingredients:

** Creative Memories Trick or Treat Paper Pack

**Creative Memories Trick or Treat Title Stickers

**Creative Memories Paper Trimmer  and Tape Runner

Instructions:

  1. Cut Trick or Treat Pattern Paper 8×8  for the background and for the journaling box cut it 4×5
  2. Cut title box from the Trick or Treat Pattern Paper
  3. Cut white paper for journaling 3.75×4.75
  4. Adhere as shown

Layout #4

Halloween Scrapbook Layout Using Creative Memories Trick or Treat Paper Pack and Title Stickers

** Creative Memories Trick or Treat Paper Pack

**Creative Memories Trick or Treat Title Stickers

**Creative Memories Paper Trimmer  and Tape Runner

Instructions:

  1. Cut Trick or Treat paper into 2 photo mats: 4.25×6.25
  2. Fussy cut Title cards from the Trick or Treat pattern paper
  3. Adhere as shown

Layout #5

Halloween Scrapbook Layout Using Creative Memories Trick or Treat Paper Pack and Title Stickers

Instructions:

  1. Cut pattern paper 2×8, 1.5×5.75, 1.5×1.5, and 1.5×2.25 Adhere as shown
  2. Fussy cut designs from Trick or Treat Paper and adhere as shown.

I hope these layouts were inspiring to you. Contact your Creative Memories Consultant to purchase or if you do not have a consultant go to my website to grab the product you saw today!

 

Your next stop on the Halloween Blog Hop is Stop #2, Julie Tambrini at Julie’s CM Blog.

Here is the complete lineup in case you get lost along the way 🙂

  1. Sarah Fitzgerald at Click Write Share <====You are here!
  2. Julie Tambrini at Julie’s CM Blog 
  3. Candace Bouldin at Scrappin Jpegs
  4. Lisa Graham at Lisa’s Workshop
  5. Fran Smitherman at Celebrating Your Beautiful Life
  6. Diana Brinsley at D. Brinsley’s Blog
  7. Stefani Jones at Crop with Stef

***After you’ve hopped through the blogs, stop back to the Creative Memories Blog and leave a comment on which idea was your favorite. They will randomly choose one blog hopper who’s left a comment to receive a Halloween prize package shown on CM blog: including the Pumpkin Patch Album Cover plus the Trick or Treat Paper Pack and Stickers. They will even toss in a pack of White Pages and Protectors, too! A winner is chosen on Friday, October 23.***

 

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38 comments

  1. Nicole Soh says:

    Can I just say that I love that you started off with a double-page layout! I pretty much only work on 2-page spreads but so many idea sites only offer single pages that I have to tweak. Love the detailed descriptions on the spider too!

  2. Cherie Newsome says:

    I love the spider idea in Layout #1. I can’t wait to try it! I also loved the design of photos in layout #4.

    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Cheryl Snow says:

    I love how you are able to use the bright, fun patterned paper and not have the patterns overwhelm the paper. I often struggle with that. Better yet, your outlines can be used for any themed paper. Thank you!

  4. Stefani says:

    I like your spiders! You and I used similar methods, but it’s interesting that they turn out looking quite different (both of them cute) just because of how the legs are configured. Love your ideas, Sarah!!!

  5. Shelly says:

    Awesome ideas!!!!! Hard to choose a favorite…love the 2 page spreads, the spiders!!!!! Keep the ideas coming, please!!!!

  6. fran says:

    I thought the spider web paper was too busy but you have made it cool!! Liked the layout so pictures are not lost on the busy paper. And loved the spider!!! Would never have thought to use that punch that way!! Thanks

  7. Sue Inman says:

    Sarah love your blog and all your ideas and love connecting with you on the CM Advisors Fb Group! You are such a busy lady –

  8. Deanna says:

    Love your layout! The spiders are awesome and I love that you showed us how you made them! They’ll be perfect on the grand kids Halloween page this year!

  9. quilterjo says:

    I really loved layout #3. Just the simplicity of the layout really caught my eye. With the stripes in the middle and the solid mats, I think it was wonderful, and I could use it with many other papers over and over again. But I did love the fussy cut spider as well. Thanks to all for sharing.

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