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Hello Authentique fans, it's Heather with today's post. When I was looking at the Glowing line, I knew that I really wanted to scrap some cute Halloween photos. My little girl has been making pirate noises, "Arrrrghs," for a few weeks, so I asked if she wanted to be a pirate. She was super excited about this, and true to my upbringing, I made her costume from pieces that we already had around the house. Getting her ready made for the perfect photos, and I knew that Authentique's papers would be perfect for the pictures.
I used the Grunge Orange Dot paper, but turned it so that the spiders seemed to be crawling across the paper. I also like how this weighed the bottom of the layout down.
The Diction words made for easy journaling, and the Petite Type Square were perfect for the subtitle.
I also used just a little bit of Glossy Accents to make one of the Icons glow!
*****When my layout was done, I couldn't resist continuing to play with the Glowing papers. I decided to make a fun Halloween treat! I had a few of these tubes from the $1 rack at my nearest scrapbook store. I've been wanting to play with them for awhile now. I used some black cardstock for the tag, then layered my Authentique papers in Orange Brocade and Lace Spiderweb.
A few of the diecuts made for the perfect decoration to the tag, and a ribbon that I saved from some packaging was the perfect final touch.
Layout Supplies:AUTHENTIQUE "Glowing" patterned papers: Orange Grunge Dot
AUTHENTIQUE "Glowing" die cuts & stickers: Glowing-Headline 2 (back), Noteables, Icons, Tabloids, Petite Type Square, Diction
Other Supplies: Core'dinations ColorCore Cardstock, Glossy Accents, pen
AUTHENTIQUE "Glowing" patterned papers: Orange Brocade, Lace Spiderweb
AUTHENTIQUE "Glowing" die cuts: Icons, Noteables
Other Supplies: Core'dinations ColorCore Cardstock, ribbon, Signo pen, tube, M&M's, Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper