Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Ghosts and Skeletons ....

.... Hi! I'm here this morning with a sneak peek of a project that you can see over at Uniko. Just for a change, I've made a scrapbook page:

You can see the whole process over at Uniko - with photos of various steps along the way. I'm going to submit this layout to Love to Craft Challenge Blog - LTCCB#15 where the theme is Anything Goes.

Happy Halloween - photo by Deborah Frings - Deborah's Gems

Stamps: Uniko - Classic Alphabet, Classic Number, Background Builders Seeing Stars, Background Builders Chevrons, Uniko Style, Festive Sentiments
Inks: Versamark; Distress Oxides - Spiced Marmalade, Wilted Violet, Black Soot; Gina K - Wild Lilac; Stampin' Up! - Pumpkin Pie
Dies: Memory Box - Cross Stitched Frames #3, Corner Cobweb, Dangling Spider, Dancing Skeleton, Cross Stitched Borders #5 & #6
Accessories: Kraft Card 12" x 12"; Purple Glitter Paper; Black Glitter Card; Black Card; Graphic 45 Halloween DP; Copics; Wink of Stella - Clear

Over on the Uniko blog, I mentioned that this is going to be our fifth Halloween celebration in the States. Kat has always loved Halloween, so being here and able to take part in Northville's Halloween celebration is a joy for her. Tonight she and her best friend, Alyx, are off downtown. Hopefully, I'll get a picture or two of them dressed up! A couple of years ago my son came over to visit and he got to enjoy it too! I've got a few more photos of all those skeletons and the wonderful Halloween decorations in Northville.


Above are just some of the skeletons from the 2015 display. Sadly, I've not managed to get around this year and take photos of the new skeletons - and they had some wonderful ones!!


The photos above are from our trip to Three Cedars Farm to enjoy the autumn bounty. Lots of apple cider, doughnuts, and, of course, pumpkins! It's really a fun day out for all the family.

Thanks so much for stopping by - see you all again soon.



Daffodil Cards said...

Thank you so much for sharing the wonderful time you had last year, fabulous photos and skeletons. You layout is just wonderful and is pure Halloween.

Sue Lelli said...

LOVE your Halloween layout and the Northville photos are FAB! Northville really knows how to do holidays!

cm said...

Your scrapbook page is frightfully *grin* fantastic; talk about imaginative ways to use Uniko images (and yes, I caught that 'hint hint' about needing Bev to design Halloween ones for us). I've never done a scrapbook page; on my 'down the road' list. The fire station festivities sound marvelous; your daughter and her friend will surely have fun. Your photos: oh my! My husband and I need to plan a road trip to Michigan! I imagine the trick-or-treaters will be descending on our neighbourhood soon, even though the weather is cold and rainy. The people across the street have gone above-and-beyond in creating a spooky mansion...a wander to see all the details on my radar!

Mac Mable said...

Great layout and wonderful photos and great memories for you x

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