Monday, October 26, 2009

Halloween Goodies Album

I love it when I complete projects that have been sitting around.....this one was a class I planned to take about a month ago but received it in a kit form - it is absolutely fabulous because the recipes are cleverly positioned in the album. They are almost hidden. This style and layout form can be applied and transformed into Family Favorites - there are so many possibilities. So hers goes: the front cover. I actually made a little change from the kit. The title is matted with Stampin' Up's Crushed Curry CS, popped with dimensionals. I added a Dusty Durango strip across the front. Not sure where I got this adhesive blings - they are from my stash. I also added some Stampin' Up Grosgrain Ribbon to the rings. Finished Chipboard Recipe album size is 6" x 6"

Here's the 1st Recipe - I moved the due cut tree here - it was suppose to be on the front cover.

See the recipe hidden? To reveal the recipe, I added a Stampin' Up 1/4" Black Grosgrain Ribbon as a pull tab.
2nd Recipe: I added the extra spider here (since there were some extra ones in the kit)

3rd Recipe: see the 1/4" Black Grosgrain pull tab at the bottom center of the recipe?

Pull up the black Grosgrain tab and see the recipe revealed.

4th Recipe: I added a Stampin' Up Black CS and Old Olive CS "sleeve" to hold the recipe. The recipe can slide out and opened (see next photo)

The recipe unfolded:

Recipe 5: I added a Stampin' Up Old Olive 1" Punched circle slipped in between the photos to be used as a tab:

Recipe revealed:

No supply list for this project since it was received as a kit. I did go around each chipboard edge with a Black Stampin' Write pen as well as around each scrapbook paper. In addition, the following Stampin' Up products used:
  • CS: Crushed Curry, Dusty Durango, Old Olive
  • Accys: 1/4" Black Grosgrain Ribbon, Black Stampin' Write Pen

Thank you for visiting today........................Hugs!


Ellen Kemper said...

I LOVE THIS! And I want everyone of those Halloween treats.

Too cute!

Whimcees said...

Hi Patti!

This project turned out great! Who's kit is this? I love the idea as a Christmas gift for all my 'cooking' friends! :<)

Wishing you a great Monday!

Barbara Diane

Dawn said...

That is awesome! Where did you get the kit?

Carey said...

WAAAY too cute. I want all of them. You need to post who made this kit.