This Summer I was invited to an open house at my favorite local scrapbooking store: Pebbles in my Pocket. They were celebrating their new logo design and showcasing all of their fun Halloween make and takes.
I always love to pop into Pebbles when I can, and I leave feeling so paper-crafty inspired. There use to be a day when you could find a few of these darling brick and mortar scrapbook stores around town, and slowly they are disappearing. It’s so sad. I hope Pebbles is here forever, it’s everything I love about paper crafting.
Here’s a few pictures from that fun morning. Hopefully they’ll inspire some Halloween paper crafting of your own.
I loved how they used kraft paper as a jar filler here. It goes so well with the black and white suckers. Just by adding a little orange washi tape or paper to the suckers, it becomes easily festive for Halloween.
I love this simple paper medallion, the yellow makes it look like the bat is flying over the full moon on Halloween night.
I love how they used old book paper cinched together to make this garland.
This Halloween banner is old ticket paper or receipt paper.
Love these big 3D paper pumpkins.
I love how these simple sour cream shaped pockets can change out for each holiday with the paper you use.
So much Halloween paper goodness! Have you noticed that all the brick and mortar scrapbook stores are slowly disappearing where you live too?