~ “Boo-tiful” Halloween Minibook & House

{Click on the picture for a closer look at the three different Fiskars punches used on the cover–Leave it to Weaver, Threading Water, Give it a Swirl.}
 
I love Halloween!  I couldn’t wait to finish this minibook and matching house and share it with you.  This is my second Bind-it-All project and I think I’m getting the hang of my new tool!  (Lea’s lesson–Don’t try to cram too-thick materials into your BIA if you want it to work for you.)  Though I love straight lines, I like the challenge of making odd-shaped projects like this one using a chipboard album from Crafty Secrets.  This mini is pretty full with pockets, acrylic tags and hanging cardstock tags.
 
{acrylic tag close-up}
 
{back and front of house}
 
 
{inner pages}
 
Stuff:  chipboard house – Michael’s; chipboard album – Crafty Secrets; paper collection, rub-ons, cardstock stickers, tags – Rusty Pickle; textured cardstock – Bazzill; alphabet stickers – American Crafts; ribbon and ink – Stampin’ Up!; ribbon – eFavor; extra large eyelets – We R Memory Keepers 
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8 thoughts on “~ “Boo-tiful” Halloween Minibook & House

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  2. These are just awesome..you do wonderful work. I love halloween too and you have just made me want to do some halloween scrappin’ Thanks for sharing..
    Patti Smith–Fiskateer #1442

  3. Lovin’ all the pages! The colors are so vibrant in the pp’s. Don’t ya love Halloween time?

  4. great use of colours, makes it a very eye catching mini book.
    the house is very cute too 🙂

  5. Pingback: ~ Hooray, another project posted on Zutter/BIA! « Lea’s Papercrafting & Photo Blog

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