This month, I decided to decorate my monthly spread with a happy theme versus a Thanksgiving theme – since Thanksgiving is just one day out of the whole month. So let’s get started!
I found this fashion girl on Pinterest and thought she would be cute to add to my monthly spread. I also cut out some pattern cloud paper to mark off my weekends.
I used the same cloud pattern paper to block out the weekend as well on the right side of the spread.
Here is the full spread. I like the way it all came together. I think the little turkey is festive and the quote stickers stand out within the layout. Since the fashion girls shirt reads, “glitter is always an option,” I decided to use glitter pink and glitter gold Washi to mark out some dates on the spread. Overall, I like the way this layout came out. It was my first time using pattern paper in this way on a layout and I like the way it came out. I hope you all enjoyed this post and will give adding pattern paper to your layouts a try! Until next time,
I hope you all had a wonderful Halloween and didn’t eat too much candy! Well, this week’s layout is another Halloween layout. I created it like last week’s post, last month. It was created with a Victoria Thatcher free printable. So let’s get started!
Yes, based on the title of this post, I’m sure you guessed it was a Michael Jackson Thriller theme! I only used the printable along with some black washi tape and black watercolor paint for my paint splatters.
How can anyone get through Halloween without hearing Michael’s Jackson’s Thriller and watching the video at least once!
Victoria Thatcher‘s Thriller themed printable was perfect for me for this week. Thriller embodies the spirit of Halloween and with my husbands birthday being this week it was the perfect fit! My husband has always been a Michael Jackson fan. He knows all his songs and the dance moves to all his videos…he can perform them at a drop of a dime. And he plays Mike’s music at least 2-3 times a week. So again, this theme was right on time. Here are some recent photos of my husband and his Michael Jackson experience from when we were in L.A. this summer.
I hope you all enjoyed this post! Have a good week. Until next time,