Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Miss Moxie IS Halloween Paper & Other Fun Ideas


Looking for something SPOOKY in your collection of scrapbooking paper to make Halloween goodies and greetings? It right there, in with your springy colors. It's the Miss Moxie Soar With It Collection from The Angel Company! Yes, I know it's great for girlie things, summery things--and spring too. Just ink it up, and look how creepy and fun it looks!


Big Book or Mini Book?
How do you like to scrapbook? Why choose? I do some of both. For these photos, I wanted a little mini book that is a memento and a decoration, as well as a layout for my big book that documents last year's fun.


My 12x12 spread is done with another versatile collection: Cha Cha. It's a more natural choice for fall, but great for any season!

Both of these projects were TAC Studio designs that we completed at The Angel Company's Annual Seminar. [You know, Being An Angel Really is More Fun!(tm)] I just happened to choose Halloween, but can't you see them for spring and summer too?

More Cha Cha & Miss Moxie Projects for Every Season:
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Miss Moxie: Paper Collection, Cardstock and Hardware
Cha Cha: Paper Collection, Cardstock, Hardware
Other Must Haves: Black & White Ribbons, Black Cardstock Strips, and Scrapper's Floss (There are lots of colors, but I like LIME, LAVENDER, BLACK and RED)

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6 comments:

nic_d said...

I love this little mini circle album that you created! You're right... the colors are perfect for fall!

Angela K said...

Thanks for the idea, I love Miss Moxie and it is perfect for fall!!

Stampin' Meg said...

Oh that does make great Halloween paper- thanks for the idea, Julie!

Kaya said...

All the Halloween paper & other fun ideas are superb and fantastic.

Stampedbyanangel@aol.com said...

Another great idea, your just so creative.

"Jany" said...

What a great way to see that paper! I wouldn't ever think of it that way! I'm starting to like it. lol.