During October you will see many Halloween-y projects on my blog as I am joining in with
So let's celebrate Halloween!!
As usual I will add a daily retro Halloween postcard from Vintage Image Craft. I rather liked this one... Many Halloween games and traditions in the early 20th century had an emphasis on courtship, romance, the opportunity for love, and offering a peek at what the future holds. This lovely 1910 postcard is a perfect example.
In this post I would like to share more of my main project for this October. It is a Halloween album. I had 4 sheets of Graphic 45 paper in my stash so I used this first. But my album will end up with images from Leigh, Gecko Galz and many more...
Towards the back of my album I have added two more ATC fold-outs.
These are for horizontal ATCs rather than the vertical ones I shared before.
This fold-out has ATCs attached:
These two ATCs have backgrounds from Artfully Musing placed on contrasting card bases with vintage photo Distress Ink around the edges.
This is another ATC from my stash. This time last year I made a whole bunch of these.
This ATC used an alcohol ink background (with a little bit of foil), stamped in black Archival with this lovely witch stamp that I won a couple of years ago, and placed on black ATC size cards.
Find the witch here Lost Coast Designs Women
Don't forget to click on the pictures to see the witches more clearly.
I will be sharing this ATC fold-out on Leigh's linky