Friday, October 18, 2013

October Pinterest Inspiration

Don't you just love Pinterest?  The inspiration is endless...too bad time to create isn't!?!  Here's what our designers have been up to this month!

Practical Scrapper Christine was inspired by the doodling look on this picture and created this layout with it!

Christine Meyer for Kiwi Lane Designs

Practical Scrapper Becci used this pinned quote from Pinterest to inspire this card:


Halloween Banner
Practical Scrapper Patty loved the candy corn in the center of this banner pinned from Better Homes and Gardens, so it inspired her to create a banner using this as inspiration. Visit her blog for some close ups and detail shots!  


Practical Scrapper Lee-Anne loved this warm rustic wreath that she pinned from Homemade By Jill, so  it inspired her to create a wreath with her Silhouette Cameo, a hot glue gun, four colors of glitter and a styrofoam wreath form.


DIY fall washi tape pumpkins

Practical Scrapper Kristy MacKeen used this pin from as an inspiration to create some washi pumpkins to go with her big carving pumpkins.  She also had a help from a little assistant who wanted make her pumpkin pink!


Practical Scrapper Alison was inspired by various pins of Halloween Banners (click image to go to her board where you can visit each of these pins plus more). She took elements from each to create her own banner.

Please visit her blog for close ups.


 Practical Scrapper Kelly Jean was inspired by this photo of Paislee Press' new photo overlays.  It served as the perfect layout for her fall scrapbook page.

Halloween Hurricanes from My Heart's Desire Simple way to get some Halloween color in your decor ~ layer dried beans!
Practical Scrapper Lisa Peeples used the color palette from this photo as inspiration for the card she made for a friend. She used the idea of layers with her washi tape and was inspired to use circles from the pumpkins.


Practical Scrapper Wendy Coffman was inspired by this pin from Holly of Ribbons and Glue to create a Halloween flavored clothespin wreath using scrapbooking paper, Cricut diecuts, washi tape, and ribbons topped off by plastic spiders covered with glow in the dark glitter.


Practical Scrapper Michelle Johns was inspired by this pin made by Kelly Rasmussen to create a clean and simple card with just some basic supplies.


Jean said...

Great ideas!

Lee-Anne said...

I am loving all the projects!

Wendy Coffman said...

Nice work, ladies!