Monday, October 1, 2012

Halloween Witch - Imaginarium designs

Well, here we are in October, 
where has the time gone,
at the end of this month 
on the 31st most children will be excited about
one event that takes place on the 31st. 
Halloween night
Here in Australia we don't really 
celebrate this event, but
it is slowing catching on with the local children.
My daughter loves to get dressed as a witch
putting on her hat  and black dress
and riding a little broom stick.
Knocking only on the a few local
houses that participate on this occasion
with "trick n treat".
The rule in our suburb and local
residences is -  tie a ribbon on your door or
gate on Halloween night, 
then children are welcome to trick 'n' treat there.
No ribbon - no trick 'n' treating.
My daughter is so looking forward 
to it this year, just 30 more sleeps.

So here is a 
Happy Haunting Card - using the
G45 papers and Imaginarium Designs chipboards.

The chipboard witch is on a collection
of Halloween images from Imaginairum Designs
Halloween board  ISD0020 &
 part of the spade picket fence IDB0004
and here is a layout of my daughter dressed as a
Halloween Witchy Boo.
Using G45 paper - Happy Haunting 

The chipboard house, tree, witch on broomstick 
and scary cat, cloud, alphas & twigs sticks
are all chipboards from Imaginarium Designs

So if you are looking for some Halloween
theme chipboards, check them at
Imaginarium Designs
They have the cutest Witch and scary cat.
I just painted these chipboards with black and white paint, a quick and easy way to add elements
to your page. 

Imaginarium Designs website

Thanks for looking, 
have a great Halloween Night on the 31st. 
Leave a comment on the Imaginarium Designs BLOG
and you could win a awesome pack of chipboards.

Cheers Adriana XX


Keren Tamir said...

love both the layout and the card!! what a cute witch!!

Sandie said...

Gorgeous creations Adriana, love how you celebrate Halloween here, and the ribbon participation. I remember once Mum answered the door, the kids scared the life out of her as she had no idea it was Halloween. Needless to say, she slammed the door shut, with a scream! LOL

Marilyn said...

LOVE your Halloween projects...Beautiful!

Heather Jacob said...

fun fun fun !!!! love the funky and fun feel you have created here my gorgeous friend xoxo