Can you feel it? I can....something about a full moon lighting up the sky throughout the night and then waking up to it and running early in the morning in the moonlight, just does it for me. So much to love about the harvest moon this time of year, the shadows that spill across the earth, the way it looks down and watches over all that is beneath it....it is magic and enchanting.
Speaking of enchanting....I have an album to share with you today created using the ScrapKit Studio Beware kit, all about my sweet, darling, bewitching, little witch.
I don't know where to begin when it comes to sharing with you how much I love ScrapKit Studio kits. They are amazing and packed with extras, but the most wonderful part of them is that everything comes pre-cut! This makes assembling your album so quick and easy and fun because the hard part is done for you. All that's left is for you to gather your photos and enjoy what comes next, the creative process.
The kit is full of October Afternoon's Witch Hazel collection from stickers to chipboard buttons, to ephemera, to paper and extras.
Along with including pictures of my little girl dressed up in one of her witch costumes I included photos of cookies we make together this time of year such as our Pumpkin Pocket cookies and Halloween Sugar cookies.
I can't wait to add more to this as time goes on. You can grab your own Beware kit right HERE at ScrapKit Studio.
Before I go....a fun challenge to share with you on the I am Doe blog all about loving on that washi tape and adding it to pumpkins this season. There are some of the cutest examples for you there on the blog. Makes me want to try another. Here is the washi pumpkin I created for the challenge. Are you up to trying one of your own? Super fun and the littles will love it too!
I used Freckled Fawn's Black Lace washi tape on my pumpkin and cut it into a chevron pattern that wraps around in a few different layers. SO easy and just a tad bit addicting :) I added some black burlap ribbon and black millinery flowers to my pumpkin along with a stamped tag using Papertrey Ink's 2009 Halloween Tags Set.
Gotta run, but come back soon as this week I'm working on many projects to share with you including Maya Road, Jillibean Soup, Simple Stories Sn@p, and Emma's Paperie!
Thanks for visiting.