Post for Really Reasonable Ribbon and RRR Prize Winner Announcement


Another exciting day to share one of my projects on Really Reasonable Ribbon’s Ramblings. This time it’s a Chunky Halloween board book.

I used layers and layers of papers and chipboard stickers from My Mind’s Eye, and some  vintage

images of spooky sweet skeletons and bingo cards. These fabulous trims  from Really Reasonable Ribbon finish off the book perfectly! The different ribbons add a wonderful texture. I found all these trims in the Halloween section .

Each set of pages has a different but coordinating theme. Using common elements like the inked doily

bingo card, and craft tag on every set of pages help to keep this book from going over the top.

There are a lot of patterns here….but I mixed up the scale of the prints and gave them a solid black border.

The pages on the left side have lots of room for pictures and journaling.

This book would be a great addition to holiday decor and will certainly be admired year after year.

I did mention this book is chunky right? lol. I just love that laser cut fence from Dusty Attic with the chipboard banner on top.

Funnest Halloween paper patterns ever!!! Look at all that yummy trim : )

I can’t believe I have only one more project to share for being Guest Designer for August for Really Reasonable Ribbon. This month sure has flown by. My next post for RRR is a fabulous tutorial that I can’t wait to share. You are gonna love it!

Okay…for my last bit of business today I’m announcing the winner of the great gift certificate to have a little shopping spree on me at Really Reasonable Ribbon. ( I suggest you check out the Halloween section!) This time around I got D.H. Kenny to pick the lucky comment number out of the prize bucket : )

Hop on over to RRR to see the name of the lucky winner!!!!!

 Thanks to everyone who played along and to Bonnie for helping me set up the coupon code and for chipping in to help make the prize awesome!


10 responses »

  1. Love this album Ginny! I love anything vintage and even though I’m not all that into Halloween, this inspires me to make my own Halloween mini album! Thanks!

  2. Great Halloween book! Love the way you altered all the papers for ever set of pages! Great images and I love that dusty attic fence with the banner on top!

  3. Ghosts, goblins, witches, black cats, spooky skeletons, things that go bump in the night, scary, scary sounds – you’ve captured the essence of Halloween in this frighteningly fabulous book. Ginny. I am scared to leave the post. Virginia

  4. What a great Halloween album. Love your chunky books!!! All the layering, colors and embellishments are just right on. Perfect spookiness.

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