Neighborhood Trick or Treat
By: LeNae Gerig

scrapbook project
scrapbook project
LeNae Gerig

Designer’s Tip:
Embellish photo surfaces with Spooky Dazzles™, placing them along the tops and corners. Add spiders climbing around!
Font: Homemade Apple 16 pt.


  • Halloween Papers (link)
  • Spooky Dazzles™ (link)
  • Cardstock (link)
  • White Cardstock (link)
  • Black Ink Pad (link)
  • Foam Tape (link)
  • Glue Stick (link)
  • Fine tip black pen (link) or computer printer


  1. Background: Cut the Halloween orange flourishes paper to 10¾” square and ink the edges black. Mat with white cardstock, leaving 1/8” borders and glue to the center of black spider web paper. Ink edges of 9” square of white flourishes and mat with black cardstock, leaving 1/8” border. Glue to the page center. Cut a total of five 1¼”x10¼” Halloween green argyle, orange flourishes and striped papers. Ink edges and mat with black cardstock, leaving 1/8” borders. Glue vertically to the page center, overlapping, as shown.
  2. Photos: Mat 4”x6” and 3½”x5” photos with black cardstock, leaving 1/8” borders. Place a length of Spooky Dazzles™ border across the top of the small photo and spider web corners on the large photo. Add spiders and bats and glue the photos to the page at an angle as shown.
  3. Back the “Let’s Eat Candy” Spooky Dazzles™ banner with white cardstock and the circle with orange and foam tape above the small photo. Back the Jack-O’-Lantern and large bat with orange and glue to the page as shown. Place the bat swirls Spooky Dazzles™ on the top right page corner. Write or print on white cardstock and cut into a thin strip. Tear the left and right edges and ink. Mat with black cardstock, leaving 1/8” borders. Foam tape to the bottom left corner.

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