Today I’m creating a magical bag flip using my Scary Harry Collection. Every Sunday during Creepy Crafty Days, I’ll be sharing a Scary Harry Sunday creation. šŸ™‚ Thanks for watching!

S H O P   T H E   P O S T

~ Scary Harry Halloween Collection:

~ Tombow Xtreme Adhesive:

~ Tombow MONO Drawing Pen:

~ Tombow Foam Tape:

~ Catherine Pooler inks:


~ The printer I use:

~ The paper I use:

~ The paper trimmer I use:

~ Silhouette Portrait:

~ Cricut Explore Air 2:

~ My favorite fussy cutting scissors:


~ Download the files and unzip them to access. If you can’t find the files, try searching your computer for “ac_”.

~ For diecuts, I pull the the images up in my cutting software and edit them for size and arrangement.

~ For papers, I pull the patterns into Photoshop.

~ Before printing, select the highest photo printing quality settings possible on your printer. I typically choose the best glossy paper option on the highest print quality setting (it lays down more ink and makes a richer print even though I use matte paper). Personally, I would rather use a little more ink to get a better print, but the choice is up to you. šŸ™‚ 

~ Make sure the scale is set to 100%. 

~ Make the borderless option turned on.

~ Printed colors may vary slightly depending on your printer, paper, settings, etc.

~ I’m not able to provide more tech support than what is listed above, but Google and Youtube are your friends!