October 21, 2009

October Contests & Challenges at Magistical Memories!

Today I am sharing my October Magistical Memories projects with you!


For my first project, I used the Scallop Lace Book to create this fun little Halloween treat bag. I cut 2 of the pages to the same height and then cut the sides and a bottom from chipboard. I used masking tape to hold all of the pieces together. I painted the inside and outside of the bag black. I then covered each side of the bag with pieces of pattern paper, stickers and glitter. I finished by filling it with some yummy Halloween peanut M&M's!!!






My second project was created for the October contest. For this months contest you are to create a Halloween or harvest themed card. I created my card using the Nesting Circles. I covered them with patterned paper and used them along with some foam tape to give more dimension to the cardstock sticker.




My third and final project that I am sharing today was created for the October challenge. For this months challenge you are to use a tic-tac-toe grid as inspiration. I chose to use the actual grid design as my source of inspiration and I used this to determine how to place my photos in my photo collage. I used the Baseball player silhouette on this LO and I painted it red and then covered it with red glitter glue.




You still have plenty of time to enter your creations for the October Challenge and Contest for a chance to win some free Magistical Memories chippies!!!

Thanks for stopping by!!!


6 comments:

  1. I love how you used the chipboard album- so creative!

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  2. Fun Halloween projects, Juliana! Love the colors and layering - so pretty!

    Sounds like a good contest - I love your glittery effect on the baseball player!

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  3. these are all so fabulous, juliana!! I especially love that treat bag - it's sooo cute!!

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  4. every project is fantastic Julia! Very clever use for that mini book - WTG!
    BTW - Jesse and I hiked a couple of mile tues. -all uphill. At every curve I was tempted to stop and go back, not sure where the top actually was and the overlook view. So we kept going. All my leg muscles hurt - different set going down. The trail is wide for horses, and all I could think about was wishing I had your Woody to ride!! (LOL)

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  5. How adorable! I really love the treat bag!

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  6. hi girl, i haven't visited blogs in awhile but miss yours for the inspiration. ;) love your halloween'y' creations!!!

    happy halloween!

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JULIANA