Too Cute To Spook

This week on the Authentique Paper blog we will be sharing projects created using the Glowing Collection and Glue Arts adhesives.

Be sure to stop by the Glue Arts blog every day this week to see what their designers have created with the Glowing Collection.

Here is Cristine with today's Glowing project:

I was so excited to break into my Glowing collection to scrap a couple pictures of my hubby, girls and nephew from Halloween last year. This collection isn't over-the-top Halloween-y and can be used for non-spooky layouts/cards/projects.

Here is the layout I created:

A little tidbit of information...The paper on the circle background started off like this:

I didn't want my layout to be too orange, so I cut out a bunch of the diamonds from the paper and only used non-predominantly orange pieces. It was a bear to put together, but I am IN LOVE with the outcome. I used Glue Arts new Glue Glider Pro to secure all of the diamonds to the paper. It kind of turned out like a big moon in the middle of the page. I love the texture that cutting out the diamonds and spacing them apart adds to the page.

I used a lot of the Glowing line's extras to embellish this page.

I also pleated some natural ribbon (secured with Glue Arts adhesive squares - LOVE THEM!!) to add some dimension and texture to the layout. One trend that I've been hesitant to tackle is the whole pin craze. I happened to have some pins in my sewing box that went with the Halloween theme, so I popped some into the ribbon. Might not be the right way (is there a right way?!), but I like how they look. I used some of Glue Arts U Cut It dimensional adhesive to make the die cut images pop out over the pleated ribbon.

How cute are these little bats?! Since I thought the big circle looked like a moon, it would only be appropriate to put a couple bats around it. I used my Silhouette to cut them out.

This is a close-up of the details on the page. I had some bat and ghost brads collecting dust that I thought would be cute in the center of the flowers. I'm really happy with the way this layout turned out.

Thanks for stopping by today!!

~ Cristine


Patterned Paper: Glowing - Foundations in Cream Solid, Harlequin Patches, Newsprint
Die Cuts: Glowing - Icons (back), Noteables (front)

Stickers: Glowing - Petite Type Square (2010), Diction (Happy Halloween)

Glue Arts:
Adhesive Squares
Glue Glider Pro
U Cut It


Brads - Making Memories
Cardstock - DCWV

Flowers - The Paper Studio
Kraft paper - Joann Crafts
Sewing Pins


  1. What a stunning way to change a paper! I love all the details.

  2. It looks so great like that!!! WOW!. I love how you did your pins too. :)

  3. I want this line even more now! you did an awesome job!!

  4. great job!! really loving this new line glue arts sent me

  5. lovely! layout. love the photos.


  6. Great layout, love all teh techniques you used. Love the ribbon and stitch pins details. Thank you forsharing.

  7. THANKS FOR SHARING!!! I LOVE this collection!!
    I am looking forward to all of the INSPIRATION this week on the Glue Arts Blog Hop!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

  8. Wow - this is gorgeous! Looking forward to the sharing with Glue Arts!

  9. too cute and it was so much fun for Glue Arts to team up with Authentique!

  10. Wonderful layout! I love your paper piecing and all the embellies!

  11. This is just awesome! I am so proud of you breaking out those PINS! Heck no, there is no right or wrong way to use them! I love that you changed the paper by cutting diamonds and gluing them over the original pattern! Wonderful in every way!

  12. Fabulous layout - well worth all the hard work!!!

    I am visiting from Glue Arts and look forward to being one of your new followers :)

  13. Great layout!! Love this papers!! I'm new follower from you and I love very much your collections and your projects TFS!! Hugs.. Maggy :)

  14. Adorable LO! Love what you did to the paper after deciding against orange.. very creative :)

  15. Thanks for sharing this post with us...its really very nice and use full information....Super Glue or Cyanoacrylate.


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