Saturday, October 10, 2015

Cut it Up - Halloween Web

Hello Paper Issues friends, it's time for the October Cut it Up challenge! This month is all about Halloween, so I've designed a Halloween Web cut file for you that you can download for FREE here in the Paper Issues store. You can create any project you want with this cut file and link it up in our Paper Issues Friends & Fans facebook group challenge album for your chance to win!
A couple weeks ago I found this orange clipboard and thought it would be perfect for some Halloween deco. I cut out the web a little smaller than the original and used glue dots to adhere it to the clipboard. We don't celebrate Halloween here, so I don't have any pictures of it. During my last USA travels in September I took a pic of this blanket in a store to have at least something for my project. I painted the 'happy halloween' wood veneer in black and when it was dry I went over it with a teeny tiny bit of white paint. Other than that, I used two orange paper bags, twine and a clothes pin.

As always I have some PI girls joining me and they all knocked it out of the park!

Becky created this gorgeous layout with the Halloween Web cut file and Echo Park Paper. I love how she got four pictures on it and all of them with fabulous clusters!

Kelly used one of the webs from the cut file and enlarged to get a big web background. What's even more perfect, is that she cut it with gold foil and a black shadow cut. Awesome, right?

Kathleen shows you that you can use the cut file perfectly on a card as well. I love how the cut file looks completely different when you cut it in bright colors, like Kathleen did with the Doodlebug Design October 31st collection. And look at that cute spider, love it!

Lisa made a card too and she used one of the webs from the cut file, along with the gorgeous Crate Paper After Dark collection. I'm in love with this design of mostly black & white and just a couple subtle touches of orange!

Michelle went for the Crate Paper After Dark collection as well and created this stunning layout. See how awesome the cut file looks in white, too? And her girl is the most adorable little witch!

Now it's your turn, get the cut file for FREE over here and create a project that you can link up overhere in our challenge album. We can't wait to see all your creations!!

Have a wonderful weekend!


  1. Wow! Ladies -you knocked this outta the park. I love every.single.project.

  2. Wow! I knew I loved this cut file but your work makes me love it even more!!


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