Updated My Digital Studio Halloween Scrapbook Pages


I decided to add some more detail to these pages. You can see the original version here.


Page 2 of the Halloween scrapbook layout. I used the Serif Alphabet stamp to spell out “happy halloween”, added the circles, and a few halloweeen stamp images from Eat, Drink, and be Scary. It’s easy to add things using My Digital Studio.

Instead of printing these as individual pages, I think I’m going to wait and scrap an entire year as a 12×12 book.

Halloween Scrapbook Pages-Cast A Spell DSP

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Page 1: This is before we went out trick or treating with Ella. The elephant costume was a leftover from last year. I took it out just for the heck of it and made my husband try it on. Then I couldn’t resist taking his picture. He didn’t find it as funny as I did. I’m still laughing…

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Page 2: Scenes from trick or treating. The street we went to is known for its decorations and everyone goes all out. My nephew was a turtle–poor kid. At least he didn’t cry like mine did her first halloween. These pages were made with My Digital Studio using one of the photo layouts and then I added paper from Cast A Spell (one of the latest downloads available).

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Page 3: More scenes from trick or treating. Ella got the concept pretty early on that she had to say “Trick or Treat”, then take a candy. “Thank You” was hit or miss, we had to remind her a few times. And after every house she left, she would say “Maybe we should just check out the next house”. I guess she was really excited and couldn’t wait to get some more candy!

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Page 4: The story of Little Red Riding Hood. This page has a few pictures of her skipping along and I couldn’t resist putting part of the story in. She had her little basket and her costume apron said “I love Gramma”. It was all just too cute!

Autumn/Fall Scrapbook Layout

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I think I made this page last year but never uploaded it. My daughter was only 2 months old on her first Halloween so we didn’t go trick or treating. She really wasn’t a fan of her chicken costume either! Since that season was very low key around our house, I decided to lump together Halloween and Thanksgiving, making one scrapbook page for both holidays.

The background is the retired Halloween DSP in pumpkin pie with some striping. I used the tree from Season of Friendship, stamped in chocolate chip with different color leaves, and trimmed it out. The pumpkins are from Year After Year, watercolored with pumpkin pie ink and trimmed out as well.

Across the top of the page, I used a strip of chocolate chip DSP and the letters were made using the Cuttlebug Alphabet (I don’t remember the name). At the bottom, I printed my journaling from the computer, matting it on chocolate chip card stock, and adding some Soft Subtles Buttons tied with Hemp Twine in the corner for embellishment.

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