Scrapbooking-First Halloween

I'm using my free scrapbook class pages for scrapbooking Olivia's first Halloween and really like the way they came out.  These are the pages we made in our October class, and you can see the full supply list here.

Halloween Scrapbooking

These were fun pages to make, and I love being able to just pop in my photos!  I had a great time during our free scrapbooking class in San Antonio visiting with other scrapbookers, catching up on news and such, and being creative.  

If you look closely at my stamped cauldron (from Toxic Treats rubberstamp set), there is a sparkly, squiqqly line above the bubbles.  I actually stamped the cauldron and ended up with some "overhang" from my stamp.  This happens sometimes with a new stamp set–one I haven't yet used–when I mash too hard with the rubberstamp🙂  I am a masher by nature, pressing down way too hard.  Anyway, when you press too hard, you often catch the excess rubber on the rubberstamp.  Solution:  trim the stamp with Craft & Rubber scissors.  I trimmed this stamp AFTER I used it.  But rather than turning over my page and re-stamping, I decided to cover my tracks with glitter!  The Dazzling Details is so easy to use, and glitter covers a multitude of sins!

Please join us for next month's free scrapbooking class in San Antonio.  This is a perfect opportunity to jump into scrapbooking if you are brand new and want to learn.  It's also perfect for veteran scrappers who want to scrapbook with a group of fun ladies swapping creativity, scrapbooking ideas, and friendship.  Our theme will be pumpkins, and we can't wait to scrapbook with you! 

Free Scrapbooking Class in San Antonio

My Studio:  13246 Trentwood, 78231

Thursday, November 15th

10:00 a.m.-11:30 p.m.

$15 or free with a $30+ Stampin' Up! order

Your payment reserves your spot and will be applied

to your order if you want the class for free.

rsvp by Tuesday, November 13th


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