“Inspired By” Halloween Edition with Susanna Lee

Bwah ha ha! Happy Halloween, Elle’s Studio friends! We’re excited to share a spookingly fun version of “Inspired By” with you today—when one of our teammates scraplifts another using a completely different set of product, using their own style! Today Suzanna Lee is here to frighten you into creating , and we know you’ll love the inspiration that she chose, as well as her new project. Let’s take a look!

Happy Halloween my friends! It’s Suzanna here today to share with you a spooky Halloween treat: a scrap-lift that I did of one of Daniela’s September gallery layouts, using the October 2019 Kit and add-ons. I’m a huge fan of Daniela’s work, so much so that this is the second scrap-lift I have done using one of her projects as inspiration. Here’s Daniela’s layout that inspired me:

Here is what I created based on her inspirational layout:

Supplies | October 2019 Kit, October Cut Files, Autumn Fun Printables, Halloween Journaling Tags, October LabelsHalloween Puffy Stickers, Winifred Alphabet Stamp, Noteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection

There were several things that grabbed my attention on her layout: the large circle with the photo in the center, the layers behind the photo and the “wreath” of goodies with the title built into the wreath. Being that today is Halloween, I had to spookify Daniela’s layout—it only seemed fitting!

The floral wreath that Daniela created using digital cut files and an assortment of embellishments really stood out to me and were what I focused on for this scraplift. As the theme of my layout is our trip to HalloScream at King’s Dominion, a theme park done up for Halloween, I amended the elements I used to suit the theme. A mix of candy and bone die cuts from the October Cut Files, puffy sticker candy corn pieces from the Halloween Puffy Stickers and the circular elements from the Autumn Fun Printables were just the treat filling necessities!

Having chosen to use a colored background instead of the white that Daniela used, added a spooky tree die cut to form my circle, leaving the base to add the plethora of Halloween goodies.  This allowed for a bit more scene creating—more true to my style of memory keeping. To create balance around the circle, I worked my title into the design, stamped with the Winifred Alphabet Stamp in orange ink.

I combined both tags from the October Kit and the Halloween Journaling Tags to create layers behind the photo. Aren’t the ghosts in that card to the right of the photo just perfect?! That has to be my favorite tag released this month!

Have you been inspired by any of the design teams projects? Have you been so inspired that it has inspired you to incorporate an element of that design into your own? Or scrap-lift the page altogether? We would love to see how our projects have inspired you. Be sure to use the hashtag #EllesStudio on Instagram or share in our Elle’s Studio Facebook Group so that we can find your design team inspired projects! Thanks for stopping in today! 

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