I think we've established that I'm not a baker, so I often try to find non-edible gifts to give during this fantastic Fall season. One such gift is a personalized music CD. With iTunes and other online music sources where you can buy songs individually, it's pretty easy to buy songs that will match the specific tastes of your friends. And what better kind of compilation than a Halloween mix?
Here's the CD cover I made for a Halloween compilation I put together:
The paper is from Echo Park's Chillingsworth Manor collection and the fabric elements are from Tim Holtz. I also used some Washi tape from Glitz and the witch image is a stamp from Close to My Heart's Wicked set.
So what songs does one put on a Halloween compilation? It depends on your audience. For this compilation, I bought songs that would appeal to both adults and kids. My friend has a daughter in the tweeny bopper Disney years, so here's a list of songs I went with that are fun and hopefully not too annoying to either age group:
Halloween compilations are pretty entertaining to shop for and I much prefer them to those sound effect CD's where it sounds like someone is getting sawed in half, but that's just my opinion. Whatever your Halloween plans are, happy haunting!