Sigh. My favorite holiday of the year is now but a distant, insulin-spiked memory. But yesterday, while fueled on Halloween cheer and fun sized Reese's Peanut Butter cups, I had an idea for a page: A Carving Retrospective.
Most years, I shoot the kids carving their pumpkins. I thought it would be cool to gather photos from several years of them performing this time-honored tradition.
I designed a simple grid and then went into my digital photo library to pull out shots from all the October carvings I could find. My digital library only goes back to 2004, so I decided that would be the cutoff.
Come on. You know you want to say it with me: oh, for cute!
Oh. My. Goth. I adore this page.
And I'd like you to make one too!
If you click on the PDF link below, you'll get a two page file. On one page, there's a printable grid with dotted lines, and on the second page, mini dates and two different trimmable squares that say "A Carving Retrospective". Everything comes with trim marks, to make cutting them out simple. All you have to do to finish the page is find and trim photos to 2 inches square.
If you're a 12 x 12 scrapbooker, design this page as is, and mount it onto a 12 x 12 piece of black cardstock, or halloween themed patterned paper. Oh, for totally cute!
Add in a few squares of Halloween themed paper and you are golden.
Here's the download:
Just a little post-Halloween hangover love from me, to you.
Word Art: Spooky Sentiments Brushes and Stamps (Cathy Zielske)
White Cardstock: Orange Peel Texture (Bazzill Basics)
Coming this weekend to the Designer Digitals store is a new Halloween word art set, if you're in need of some spooky sentiments for your Halloween pages.
Check back tomorrow for November's installment of Move More, Eat Well.