Friday, September 14, 2012

Design Team samples using Echo Park Chillingsworth

Boo!! Boo!! Boo!! Boo!! Boo, to you!! Happy Halloween!!!

Ok, I just LOVE Halloween. This month, I was asked to work with Echo Park's Chillingsworth line for my In House Design Team samples for The Scrapbooking Studio in Bloomington, IL. I absolutely adore Halloween, so this was EASY!!!

Echo Park knocked it out of the Park with this Chillingsworth line. I LOVE absolutely every little piece of it. I even bought more paper packs to do additional projects above and beyond my store samples. So much Chilly Halloween Fun!!!!

The first item I made was this amazing Grunge Witch's Hat. I wanted it to look warn, and old, like it was warn by one of those ancient scary looking witches. I did not want it to look like a hat warn by someone in a picture perfect costume. It turned out perfect. I love it!!!



Right Side


Left Side
 

Back Side
 


The next item I designed was a Dancing Candelabra Frame. This is a favorite picture of mine. My eldest Son is playing the organ outside Haunted Mansion at Magic Kingdom in Disney World. Since he took six years of piano lessons, I take every chance I can get to put those fingers to keys. He humored me, but only a little. LOL. The picture is matted with two different pieces of the Echo Park Chillingsworth line and then I used my Vagabond and my Tim Holtz Candlelight Fright Die to decorate the frame.


Sorry for the glare on the glass. I took this picture 10 times in two different
settings and could not get the glare to stay away.


Then I made a layout using some more pictures from The Haunted Mansion. One of the pictures is the Mansion itself, and the other is m youngest son taking a break around the corner from the ride after we rode. I ripped the Echo Park Chillingsworth paper in this layout to make it look a little more old, like the items you see inside the ride. The "Do you believe in magic?" journal box reminded me of Disney magic. Such a great page to showcase a great trip to my Happy Place!!



The final item I made, was a simple Halloween Card using some of the stickers and a journal frame from the Echo Park Chillingsworth line. A fun and easy way to wish someone a Spooktacular Halloween!!!!



So much CHILLY fun using the Chillingsworth line. Absolutely LOVE it!!! Can not wait to see what else I can make with this Bootiful line from Echo Park.

I also will be teaching a Chillingsworth Mini Album class on October 21st, 2012 at The Scrapbooking Studio. This fabulous album was designed by Pinecone Press.

 

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