Spooky Graveyard Halloween Background

For today's tip, I'm going to show you how to create a Halloween-themed background using stencils.

Watch the Video Tutorial:

I was walking past my local cake shop when this Halloween stencil inside caught my eye. I immediately thought that we could do a Halloween Scrapbook Background out of it!

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materials for Halloween scrapbook layout
Wait! Now That You Have Your Stencils Ready, Then You'll Need To Know How To Start Working On Your Scrapbook Page....Let Me Show You...

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Read the Step-by-Step Guide Below:

Step 1

To start, we'll get a 12 x 12 cardstock and scratch papers to mask the area we won't be using.

Here's an added tip to make your paper extra special
scratch papers
You'll barely see it from the screen now but it's going to be our spooky and smokey background for the stencil.
smokey spooky background
smokey background halloween layout
Bonus tip: When you're using washi tapes and you don't want it to stick too much, don't press down the tape too hard on the paper so that you can take it off easier and it doesn't rip the paper.

Step 2

Next, I'll place my masking paper on two-thirds of my page. This way, we'll be using one-thirds of the paper for our Halloween scrapbook background.
washi tape halloween background

Step 3

Now, we're going to start layering my graveyard stencil design from the back of the layout to the front by using brighter colors at the back and darker colors at the front.
stencil halloween layout
As you can see, I've done multiple layers of it and the design came out absolutely fantastic!
unmasking background

Step 4

Carefully tear away the masked paper until we are left with a background that we can now start to put together for a layout.
unmasking background

Step 5

For my finishing touches, I've added a "Halloween" title using some stickers and created some lovely spiderweb in the corner with black dots in the middle using acrylic ink.
halloween scrapbook background
Thanks for crafting with me! If you want more Halloween Scrapbook Backgrounds inspirations, you may check our Spiderweb Wax-Resist Layout!

I hope you've enjoyed this tip!
Happy halloween and I'll see you next time! 🎃
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