Two Anna’s, Two Elsa’s and a Monster

Make it Monday - pinkWelcome to Make it Monday! You may be coming from Alice’s site where she has three tips for sharing memories of Halloween from childhood.

Did you play the Frozen Trick Or Treat drinking game last year?

You know, the one where every time an Anna, Elsa, Kristoff or Olaf showed up at your door you took a drink? No?

Probably a good thing. Just going by how many were in our school’s Halloween Parade, it could have been quite the game in our neighbourhood!

Today I have created a layout about my three daughters going out on Halloween night with my bestie’s two daughters. Five girls in all and we had two Anna’s and Two Elsa’s.

Yep. That really happened.

Fabulous Five by Alison Day Designs

The colour scheme may not be a traditional Halloween one, but it works well with this previous layout that will most likely fall just before this one in my album, and the colours of the costumes in the photo. Considering all the work that I am putting into getting my layouts, albums, and family stories in order, I thought it was high time to pay attention to details like what is before this and what products I used. I even had more spider webs left over from making my Halloween Snack Bags so of course, I had to use them here too.

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Two journaling cards from a older Dear Lizzy paper acted as both embellishment, a continuation of the colour scheme, and journaling space for my story.

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Who says butterflies can’t be used with a Halloween layout? I’ve got two types on this one – black and white striped ones and orange ones. And I love them!

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This layered embellishment is from my Etsy shop. Seeing as this layout is about the friendship between 5 little girls, pink, flowers, and butterflies have to be a part of it!

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Some of the other embellishments on this page came from Shimelle’s True Stories sticker book, a Crate Paper Ephemera pack, and a Paper Issues Swag Bag. I love when products from different manufacturers can come together to help create one cohesive look.

Next you are off to Karen’s site where she shows how to do a digital paper tear for her Halloween Costume layout.

Thanks for joining us today. Have a wonderful Monday!

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