I liked this kit when it first came out in print form. What I like is you can take it dark for a more haunting look or keep it lighter for a whimsy look. The ephemera is really great too!
This sophisticated, yet frightening collection includes vintage apothecary-themed images including damask pumpkins, wise old owls, black cats, skulls, and more. Right out of the pages of an Edgar Allen Poe story, these icons and images will dress up any Halloween party or help you to share your holiday memories.
This collection includes 11 digital papers in jpg format 300 dpi and 72 digital elements in png format 300 dpi.
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This collection has the prettiest Halloween papers and since my anniversary is day of the dead these papers get used a lot! There is no concern about which elements to put where. I can use as few or as many as I like over and over. I can adjust the size to get it exactly the way I want it in my album. And after finding out about the perfect paper to use my colors are crisp and the elements print out sharp. Get the Epson ULTRA premium presentation paper. Amazon has it for a good price. It is pricey, but worth every penny because if you purchased the paper itself you would not have the option to print exactly the papers you wish to use and have waste in other areas. I can't say enough about how much I love this new element to scrapbooking.
I just love this collection. It's got a spooky vintage touch and will go great with my pictures. The element packs are great, love the owl in the tree and the potion bottle. You can use this kit for spooky and not so spooky pages! Love it.
I fell in love with the Arsenic and Lace collection when I first saw it and purchased the paper packs. Unfortunately I would run out of my favorite items and have to re-order just to get those pieces again. Now I can use them over and over again without worrying that I would find a better use for them later and regret not having kept them. They are always there. I just have to print and create - or - create a page and print!