Friday, October 7, 2011

Make a Memory Wreath for Halloween.

 Since I'm in the middle of a move I thought I would share a project with you that I made last fall.

While shopping in our Tuesday Morning I found this kit by Making Memories that came complete with a floral fall wreath. Within the kit it had just a few little Halloween frames that you could put pictures in..I thought, why not print out my scrapbook pages of Halloween over the years and attatch them..Each  little square holds a memories of the even as well as a mini document of my scrapbook pages..
You can add other fall embellishments with this project...

after printing out the smaller 3x3 images of my Halloween scrapbook pages, I first mounted the pic to cardstock  then I mounted them on thicker chipboard that comes in our packaging for scrap papers.. I secured each layer with Mod Podge.. I wouldnt place this on an exterior door..its great over a mirror or interior door.

You can probably find these sprays  in garland form at your local hobby store.  just form them in a circle over a wire wreath form and fluff it.

Here are some ideas you can try.. For christmas.. get a berry garland spray and print out your christmas photos..or how about all those photo christmas cards friends send you?  You can cut up you Christmas cards for this and do the same thing. For Valentines...mini pages of the one you love all over a wreath. Basically if you can find a garland form for the any specific Holiday you can create a mini scrapbook Memory wreath with it.. Thank you for looking at my blog and I hope you will want to try this.  Happy Fall Ya'll...

6 comments:

  1. Lana..WOW this is just gorgeous! I love it sooo much!

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  2. That is a great idea. It looks wonderful.

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  3. Love the idea! A great "ahaa"! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Fab-u-lous!!!! I love this idea!!!

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  5. This is totally unique! Fantastic way to display photos! (even better when it photos of your other scrappy projects!)

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