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October 26, 2010

In Store - Monster Stew

It's almost Halloween! This year I'll be heading out with a Buzz Lightyear and a little Green Alien (can you tell Toy Story is popular at our house?). Instead of showing you my Halloween layout for this year, I thought I'd share a fun way to use leftover Halloween paper. Monster of a Mess Jillibean Soup's Monster Stew is a bright, fun, not so scary Halloween line. I, however, have little monsters running around my house all the time, not just at Halloween. With that in mind, instead of scrapping a Halloween photo, I scrapped a photo of my youngest eating cake on his 1st Birthday. This monster paper was perfect to capture his Monster of a Mess. If you make anything not Halloween from your Halloween paper scraps I'd love to see it. Link it up in the comments and share your creativity with us!

Supply List:

Paper: Jillibean Soup Monster Stew (Pointy Teeth, 2 Tbsp Slime)
Accessories: Tim Holtz Basic Swirls Grungeboard, Ribbon by the Yard, Pink Paislee Artisan Tape (teal), American Craft Thickers, Basic Grey Micro Mono Stickers (Green at Heart), Martha Stewart Edge Punch Loop
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Spiced Marmalade, Peeled Paint)Paint: Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabber (Sunshine Yellow, Purple Twilight, Pearl)       





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