Yesterday we had our new Step-By-Step Project Sheet, for the month of October, go up on the Bella Blvd blog.
For this month's project sheet layout, I wanted to focus on lots and lots of layering. There are so many fun patterned papers in the Too Cute To Spook collection, and by layering pieces of each paper together, it makes it easy to use a wide variety of those papers without it overwhelming the page.
I used six different patterns on this page, and also cut some clouds out of a seventh paper. The backside of the Full Moon paper has "too cute to spook" written all over it, and made for a great background paper for the base of the page.
I roughed up the edges of all of my papers with an edge distressor, which adds a ton of texture to the papers. And then I got to layering those papers all together, adding the adorable photo on top (which I borrowed from my good friend Lynn) with lots of pop dots for even more dimension.
I used some black chipboard letters for my title, combined with the orange alpha stickers from the Too Cute To Spook collection.
You can view and download the project sheet, with a full supply list and complete instructions, HERE.