Bootiful Elements Template MashUp Challenge

Happy Template MashUp Tuesday! Because October is speeding by, I thought a Halloween themed Template MashUp was appropriate. I found two templates that are loaded with great Halloween themed elements for us to mash together. Here are my choices that are both included in this week’s sale:

Our Creative Team had lots of fun choosing from these “bootiful” elements and creating some great inspirational pages!  First up is Patsy (ptabbert). Patsy used the grid from Layer Works 1009 as the base of her page and added lots of fun elements and photos. That strong striped background is awesome!

In addition to the featured templates, Patsy also used Watery Photo Masks No 11, Hallow’s Eve Remnants and Loosely Scripted Sentiments Brushes and Stamps No 12.

Merrilee (digigrandma) used that great border and big spider web from the Happy Halloween template for the beginning of her page featuring her favorite photo from last year’s Halloween. It’s really spooky!

In addition to the featured templates, Merrilee used Lightly Linens No. 15 and Halloween Eve Paper Pack.

Kate (OKate) likes to explore cemeteries, so she used this opportunity to create a perfect background for her great cemetery photos. Don’t you love that striped border?

In addition to the featured templates, Kate used Vintage Halloween Add-On Paper Pack, Vintage Halloween Banner Layers No 1 and Kitlet Solids Paper Pack No 6.

Our final mash up is by Lee Ann (quietgirl.) Her page features the cutest little ladybug! I love the addition of the red elements to her wonderful page.

In addition to the featured templates, Lee Ann used Bliss Paper Pack, Digital Date Stamps Vol 15, Gesso No 2 Brushes and Stamps, Hallow’s Eve Element Pack and Hallow’s Eve Paper Pack.

I hope you are inspired to mash a page with some of these “bootiful elements. Post your page in the Scrapbook Challenges Gallery. Add a link to your page to the October Challenges Forum to help earn a valuable coupon to the DD store!




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