Friday, October 29, 2010

Halloween Scrapbook Pages - Fright Night

These two scrapbook pages are handmade and photo-ready!

Layouts leave room for four 4" X 6" photographs and is perfect for those special Halloween memories!

Pages include a mix of coordinating printed papers, chipboard alphabet, scary acrylic 3D skull embellishment, BOO square brad, alphabet rub ons, star clips, bat rub on, gingham ribbon, jack-o-lantern rub on, round striped brads, hand inked edges, skull transparency, and semi-hidden tag for journaling.

Scallop die cut, brad, and clip are attached in a manner so that you can easily slip your photos underneath!

Halloween phrase reads:
"Something Wicked this way comes..."

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Saturday, October 2, 2010

10 Things I Love About You - Premade Scrapbook Page

This 12x12 scrapbook page is handmade and ready for your scrapbook...just add photo!

Large photo mat measures 5-1/4" X 7-1/4" and leaves room for one 5"x7" photograpaph, one 4"x6" photograph, or two smaller photos. Page includes a mix of coordinating printed scrapbook papers as well as flower, designer brad, "10 Things" journaling die cut, and hand-inked edges.

Arrow die cut and flower are attached in a manner so that you can easily slip your photo underneath!

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Friday, October 1, 2010

Halloween Photo Tip - Jack-o-Lantern Photos

Take jack-o-lantern photos at dusk. Avoid shooting jack-o'-lanterns when it's completely dark. Although a shot of the glowing portions of a jack-o'-lantern alone can be beautiful, the photo is more effective when the pumpkin's overall shape is evident. Shoot just after sunset when the sky is still a deep blue, or simply turn on a porch light and arrange the jack-o'-lantern so the area behind it is softly lit.

Turn Off Flash for Jack-O'-Lantern Photos. When taking photos of jack-o'-lanterns, turn off your flash. A bright burst of light will destroy the glow emanating from lit pumpkins. If possible, place more than one candle inside the pumpkin to boost the light.

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