Trick or Treat with Glue Arts
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 Misty with today's Glowing project:
I don't usually scrapbook many Halloween photos but I do always love the way they remind me of the fun we had. I still can't get over what a super duper cute Superman my baby made that year.
So, I got busy creating a page with these adorable pics, Authentique Paper's Glowing collection and Glue Arts brand adhesives.
I started by using my Glue Glider to run adhesive along the edges of my photo mat.
I then added glitter and watched the paper transform before my eyes. I loved the look of the glitter crusted edges.
Next, I used Glue Art's Raisen's to pop up the Trick or Treat title block on my page.
This was perfect because the ric-rac underneath didn't make the title bulge where the two overlapped.
Some more Raisen's for my hand cut banner.
I used the Glue Arts Mounting Squares to attach the rick-rack to my page and it held beautifully. Extreme tac just like the label states...I'm not worried about my trim shifting :)
Really, just a little piece of Heaven right here. :)
I loved the Glue Arts combopack of Raisen's and U-Cut-It adhesive foam because I had the perfect dimensional adhesive choices all in one pack. I cut off a piece of the adhesive foam and used it to raise up my "Fright Night" label here.
I hope you enjoyed the tips I've shared here today and I know this year I'm going to make sure and scrap my Halloween pictures as soon as they're developed.
All paper elements used are from Authentique Paper's Glowing Collection
All adhesives used are from Glue Arts
Paper: Black Scratch Brocade, Newsprint, Harlequin Patches
Headline: Trick or Treat, back: newsprint corner piece
Noteables: Beware of Candy Overload
Icons: Fright Night, Happy Haunting
Other: Architectural trace paper, EK Flower Burst Punch, Glitter, Fab Rips from Studio Calico, ric rac