As Halloween creeps closer and closer, it’s time to start thinking about how you’re going to showcase all of the spooky photos you’ll be taking this year. Thankfully, the Pumpkin Spice collection has what you need to make boo-tiful layouts for all of your photos from the 31st. When you combine Pumpkin Spice with a few other tools and materials, you can make something that looks scary cute! Check out how blog contributor Glenda was able to make a spook-tacular two-page Halloween scrapbook spread using the Pumpkin Spice Collection!
Pumpkin Spice is such an awesome choice to use for Halloween. At my son’s school, all the classes would walk up to the two nursing homes to show off their costumes. It was such a joy to see the faces of the residents as the children paraded past them. When the children got back to school they had their party. The paper pack works perfectly!
To create this two-page layout, you will need:
- Pumpkin Spice Paper Pack
- Pumpkin Spice Stickers
- Black, Leaf Green, Orange & White Cardstock
- Brown Serif ABC/123 Stickers
- Original Border Maker System with Pumpkins Border Maker Cartridge
- On the Vine Border Punch
- 12-inch Straight Trimmer
- 2-Way Corner Rounder
- All-Purpose Scissors
- Tape Runner with Repositionable Tape Runner Refill
- Brown Dual-Tip Pen
Step 1: Use two pieces of Black Cardstock as the base for this two-page layout.
Step 2: Cut two pieces of pumpkin patterned paper to measure 8-1/2″ x 11″ and the other to measure 3-1/2″ x 11″. Make sure pumpkins are right side up. Then, cut two pieces of orange dot patterned paper to measure 1-1/2″ x 8″ and the other to measure 7″ x 8″.
Before adhering down, use the 2-Way Corner Rounder on the left top and bottom as well as the right top and bottom.
Step 3: Using the On The Vine Border Punch, create two borders with the Leaf Green Cardstock. Adhere to the layout with Repositionable Adhesive. Then, using the Pumpkins Border Maker Cartridge create two borders with both the orange patterned paper and Black Cardstock. Adhere the orange pumpkin borders on top of the black pumpkin borders, off centering a bit to make it look like a shadow. Then, adhere to the border vines as shown.
You can also punch once with the Pumpkins Border Maker Cartridge and Orange Cardstock to make a short border. Adhere to the upper left-hand side of the layout as shown.
Step 5: Cut a 2″ x 4″ piece of White Cardstock for journaling. Adhere stickers and a title as desired.
The Pumpkin Spice collection provides you with all of the tools you need to make spooky Halloween scrapbook layouts like this one! Let us know in the comments below what your favorite part of this layout is!
6 thoughts on “It’s Double Double Toil & Trouble with this Two-Page Pumpkin Spice Halloween Scrapbook Layout”
I never thought of using the border punch as a hand-held punch….brilliant!
I am not a holloween person but I like the layout – great for other holiday layout ideas !!!
This looks like a really versatile layout, and I love that it’s not “fussy”. I have a feeling I’ll be using this one a lot!
Glad you like this layout! :)
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