Friday, October 5, 2018

Witches Ball ATC Ticket Journal


Hello!! I'm here today with an ATC Ticket Journal with a little Halloween twist inspired by the Mini Mask Shapes. The mini masks fit perfectly on these Photobooth photos from Tim Holtz. As I started playing around with the images I thought of the ATC Ticket Journal as a mini scrapbook from a Halloween party. 





Begin by cutting Worn Wallpaper and various patterns from the Paper Stash Halloween to size for each section of the Journal. Adhere papers to Journal and ink edges with Spiced Marmalade and Black Soot Distress Ink. On the 3 middle panels layer various Halloween washi tapes. 


Prepare Photobooth photos by roughing up the edges using a Paper Distresser and inking with Tea Dye and Vintage Photo Distress Inks. 


Layer photos on patterned paper and cut to size with pinking shears. Messy stitch around the photos.  


Look at how awesomely cute these are!! 


Heat emboss the masks with various glitter powders. Adhere to photos.



Die cut the lettering for the front and back cover from black glitter paper using Tim Holtz's Wanted Alphabet die from Sizzix. 


Add die cut stars from the Witchcraft die. 



When looking for accents look at dies that have shapes that can be used in various ways. Such as the witch hat taken from the Witchcraft die. The larger star is from the Treat Bag set and the numbers come from the Mixed Media 6 set. 






I hope you enjoyed seeing how this super quick and easy project came together. Are you finding time to sneak in some Halloween creating? 
Happy Creating~ Jennalee 

6 comments:

  1. Wondering about the mini masks please. I've never heard of them and don't see a supply list on the project. Can you please point me in the right direction to go for more information? Thank you!

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    1. Hi, sorry I get going when I start a post and always manage to leave out info. The mini masks are from Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts. They are a newer product I believe. So if they are not listed in the shop just shoot them an email. Hope that helps. Thanks for stopping by :)

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  2. LOVE this...pinned! The masks, the stitching, the theme...all awesome!

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  3. How fun and so cute! I love all of your projects!

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