Using The Haunted Accessory Set

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Happy Spooky Creepy Halloween

Shiloh loves Halloween, so she was more than excited to start playing with the Haunted Accessory set, as it is the perfect time of year to use it. Using some pictures she had lying around, she designed a two page Halloween layout. Trust us, this is no trick, it’s a treat.

Shiloh was able to replicate that classic jack-o-lantern treat bag by using Haunted 1 and 5, and by adding some cellophane wrap to her Haunted 1 template, she was able to mimic that familiar candy wrap feel! Don’t’ forget your tombstone! By using Tags 4, she was able to add that extra spark to her Halloween spirit.

There is nothing that screams Halloween as much as a haunted house does. Shiloh was able to add her haunted house by using Haunted 6 and mimicked the paper design by adding some pen work to her windows. Don’t forget to add your waning moon!

Halloween Treat Bags

Shiloh loves to throw a good Halloween party, so she was excited to use her scraps to make treat bags. Add your classic witch hat and a good old sentiment card, and you’re set to go!

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