Sunday, October 20, 2013

Orange and Black Challenge at ABAC- It's My Turn!

Hello! I am so glad you're here!  We are winding down our orange and black challenge at Anything But a Card Challenges.  I hadn't shared a scrapbook layout for our challenges in quite some time, and the orange and black colors seemed so perfect for a Halloween layout.  Unfortunately, I don't currently have any Halloween pics to scrap, so I made a page that will hold a standard 4x6 photo and now I will have a page all ready to go when my photos are printed!  I don't usually do this, but I'm glad I have a bit of a jump start!

This layout is a nice mixture of some new goodies and older supplies.  The black and very vanilla colors in the Modern Medley DSP were perfect and I had so much fun playing with the splatters in the Gorgeous Grunge stamp set!  The orange base, buttons, and letter stickers were some oldies from my stash.  The letters were white and I inked them up with a little tangerine tango ink to coordinate with the buttons and paper.

I hope you have enjoyed my page and don't forget that there is still time to join us with your very own orange and black creation!  Have a wonderful week!

Page Recipe: Paper-orange from stash, very vanilla, basic black, Modern Medley DSP, Ink-
tangerine tango, stazon black, Stamp Set-Gorgeous Grunge, Punches-large scallop circle, 1 1/4 scallop circle, eyelet border, Accessories- Sweet Stitches buttons (ret)


  1. Cute Halloween page. Can't wait to see it once you add the photos to it.

  2. Cute Halloween page. Can't wait to see it once you add the photos to it.

  3. I love the splatters! I need to find more ways to use those. Halloween projects seem perfect.

  4. This is a great layout Margaret and I love how you used the gorgeous grunge stamp set

  5. A fun LO page Margaret! Love the colors of Halloween but not the scary part lol. Hugs

  6. What a wonderful page, I really like the use of the splatters stamps. can't wait to see it with the perfect Halloween photos you put on it =)


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