As you are taking photos of your ghosts and goblins this weekend, I thought you might want some ideas on how to enjoy these photos for years to come. A Halloween or Fall Festival Theme Album is a super fun way to capture creative costumes and fun times!
If Halloween is a favorite holiday for you - packed with parties, Trunk or Treat, school Fall Festivals, etc.., then you should probably use a 12x12 Album like this Black Mica Pumpkin Patch album cover. You can't see it in the photo but the cover actually has reflective flecks woven into the bookcloth for an iridescent effect! It's lovely!
If you aren't a big fan of Halloween and only let your kids dress up but don't have many activities involved, then I suggest a smaller album like a 7x7 or 8x8 size with just one photo per year to document the costumes. This will be so much fun to quickly see the progression of time as you flip through years of dress-up in just 12 pages (24 sides).
This 8x8 album (pictured above) is pre-decorated so all you do is tape your photo onto the page and you're done! It's soo easy! You can write the date/year beneath the photo at the minimum or you can add a story about the costume:
Why they chose it
Was it store bought or home made?
If home made, who made it?
What were the popular Halloween costumes this year?
What candy did you give away?
Or what was their favorite candy this year?
The Fast2Fab albums come with Page Protectors so when you're done adding the photo and any journaling, you just slip on the protective clear cover and you don't have to do anything to it until next year when you add the next costume photo. This keepsake will be a nice fall decoration on your coffee table each year and you can enjoy it for years to come! Even the future grandchildren will enjoy seeing their parents Halloween costumes in this handy little album.
For those of you who like to get creative, here are some NEW Halloween Stickers and Papers just for you:
You can cut and paste to your hearts delight with Creative Memories Trick or Treat Paper Pack and Trick or Treat Stickers! (you can use the CM link on the right-hand side of this blog to get to my website or click on one of the photos)
The black and green border was made with the Border Maker and Bubbles Cartridge
The stickers are from the Trick or Treat Sticker Pack
I hope you enjoy these ideas
Have a safe, memory-making Candy Day!