Hello and Happy October! It’s hard to believe it’s almost Halloween, right? That kind of snuck up on me. Well, today I’m excited to share an easy and impactful Halloween scrapbooking project. I used some of my favorite crafting tools to create custom foiled patterned paper and titles to make my album. Check it out!
This spooky album includes pockets I made with the Pocket Punch Board that are stitched together. I adhered photos onto tags that I inserted in each of the pockets.
Here are some of the inside pages:
Let me show you how I made this Foil Quill Halloween Mini Album! First, I foiled some spider web designs on black cardstock to make custom foiled patterned paper. I sized the images to 6 inches so I could cut them down and make 2 3/4 x 2 3/4 pockets.
Using the Magnetic Mat made the job quicker since I was foiling only and not cutting. I used the Standard Tip and a Silver 12×12 Foil Sheet. The spider web designs are from my personal SVG library, and the words and phrases are from THIS Hello Heidi Digital Halloween Bundle.
I trimmed the paper down to the size indicated on the Pocket Punch Board to make 2 3/4 x 2 3/4 inch notch pockets, and made my pockets.
Here are the rest of the inside pages:
Thanks for stopping by! I hope this Halloween craft has inspired your spooky crafting this fall. Enjoy the rest of your week!
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