Fun Halloween Scrapbook Products – Part Two

After sharing a few of my favorite new Halloween products, I came across even more that I think would be fun for your Halloween layouts. I’d like to share the other fun products I’ve found.

Heidi Grace.

Here is another fun collection of Halloween products. These products all have an orange tone that also incorporates green and black into the color palette. I think that one really fun thing about these products is that several of them are flocked which adds texture to the embellishment. The flocking also adds some fun shimmer to the products.

Doodlebug.

The Doodlebug products have a similar color palette to the KI Memories products because of the bight, bold colors and beautiful designs. One of my favorite products from Doodlebug is the Halloween Goodie Box that is filled with a nice variety of embellishments. They also have some really fun designs for their paper and embellishments.

Around the Block.

I recently used some paper (not Halloween) form this company and really liked the quality of the designs and the paper. I came across their Halloween line and that have some great patterned papers. They also offer coordinating Epoxy Stickers along with alphabet stickers and brads. I think that the epoxy stickers look like a lot of fun and you get 4 sheets of stickers for five dollars, which seems like a good value.

Two of my favorite places for finding these Halloween products are:

Two Peas in a Bucket

Scrapbook.com

You may not even have to go shopping to create a fun Halloween layout (or two.) With a couple sheets of black and orange cardstock and a pen, you could create a memorable layout. You could always try doodling some simple Halloween images such as a pumpkin or a ghost. You could also use some orange paint on black cardstock to stamp a title of paint a frame. The orange will really stand out on the black cardstock.

Just remember to keep your photos the focus and no matter what you do, it will be prefect because you are preserving a special memory.

Related articles:

Fan Halloween Scrapbook Products – Part One

Product Review: Michael Miller Fabric Paper

Making Memories Does Halloween in Style

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