These projects feature the WRMK new line, Spookville. You can check this line out at CHA tomorrow, if you’re there.
I stitched the grid on my layout using the straight stitch head for the Sew Easy tool and the new baker’s twine to match the Spookville line. I really like the stitching with the baker’s twine–it’s a bit unexpected and fun.
The last project is a Halloween countdown I made using the haunted house paper. I cut out the windows and doors with my craft knife, and backed the openings with matching papers. I then wrote various fun Halloween activities (make tissue ghosts, watch a scary movie, bob for apples, carve pumpkins, etc) and re-attached the cut out doors/windows using brads so you can swing them open. I added number stickers to the openings, one for each day for the month of October. The idea is that each day, starting on Oct. 1st, your child opens a door and you complete the activity to get ready for Halloween. Enjoy!