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Halloween Party

Lodell Halvorson

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Halloween Party
By Lodell Halvorson

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  1. BACKGROUND: Use the papers with the tree and fence for the background. For the left page: Cut the orange paper to 9” x 8 ½”. Align the paper horizontally and round the 2 corners on the left. Sponge the edges with black ink. Glue to the right edge of the page ¾” from the top. Cut the striped paper to 9 ¾” x 6 ½”, round the 2 left corners, ink the edges and glue to the right edge of the page 2” from the top over the orange paper. Cut spider web paper to 4 ½” x 3 ¼”, ink edges and glue to the lower right corner of the page ¼” from both edges. Cut white patterned paper to 7 ¾” x 5 ¾”, ink edges and mat with black cardstock. Glue to the page 1 ½” from the right edge and 2 ¼” from the top, leaving a portion unglued to slip corner photo under.
  2. TECHNIQUE – DISTRESSED PAPER: Cut white patterned paper to 5” x 4” and ink edges. Wrinkle paper and distress edges, then glue to the page 3/8” from the left edge and ¼” from the bottom.
  3. TECHNIQUE – MULTIPLE PHOTO MATS: For the left page: Cut photo to 6 ¾” x 4 ¾” and mat with black cardstock. Glue to the center of the white patterned paper. Mat 4” x 2 ¾” photo with white cardstock and glue to the spider web paper behind the white patterned paper.
  4. JOURNALING Use letters from the kit to spell out the title and cut out with scissors or use ¾” punch. Glue letters to orange patterned paper along the top of the pages. Print journaling on white cardstock and cut to 4” x 3”, leaving 1 ¼” space at the top for the Dazzle. Ink around edges and glue to the center of the white patterned paper on the right page. Journaling recipe: Describe details of a special event or party, and include the Who, What, Where, When and Why.
  5. TECHNIQUE – HIDING RIBBON ENDS: For both pages: Glue black fiber along the top edge of the striped paper. Poke a hole behind the paper that will be hidden and thread fiber through. Tape ends to the back. For the left page: Cut two hidden slits behind the spider web and orange papers and thread orange ribbon through carefully. Tie a bow and Zot™ to the page to hold it in place. This saves on ribbon and is a good solution if you forget to tie the ribbon around the paper before gluing it down.
  6. EMBELLISH: Place drip Dazzle™ along the top edge of the large photo and cut off excess. Use the extra piece for the smaller photo. Back coffin Dazzle™ with white cardstock behind the bat. Place on the page to the right of the large photo. Place spider on spider web and bats in the air above the tree.

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