From left to right:
- Instructions for making this adorable ghostie card can be found at Punk Projects (love that blog name!).
- Studio Calico posted a start to finish process on this darling layout as part of their insider tips series. Such a good read!
- Check out the Hambly Screen Prints blog for a tutorial on making this beautiful wall hanging by Jen Jockish.
- Pink Paislee combined their gorgeous Halloween papers with the Cricut Happy Hauntings cartridge to come up with the sweetly sinister display.
- Pugly Pixel recently introduced a premium membership to her site and had a download party to celebrate. You can find all kinds of great downloadable digital elements (many free), including vintage inspired cabochons, scallop border overlays, vintge fabric deco shapes, stock photographs of cookies and cakes, and vintage hankerchiefs. Such pretty stuff, and at $5 a month the membership is totally affordable if you want more than what she offers free.
- Elise Blaha is getting her apartment ready for fall and shares how she made these cute hanging paper pumpkins.
- If you're in need of a way to organize your weekly household routines, you'll want to visit Marta Writes and take a look at this chore organizer mini book. I think I need one of these for my house!
- Speaking of organization, head over to Giver's Log to print out a free weekly planner to get ready for Thanksgiving and Christmas. It looks like I'm already behind on making my cookie dough!
- Kelly Goree shares an adorable Halloween banner she made using a house-shaped mini chipboard album as the base. What a great idea to use up some of those $1 chipboard albums I've picked up at Michaels!
Have a scrappy weekend!