Layout designed by Marielle wermemorykeepers. If you are like me, those repeat holidays can get somewhat challenging to scrapbook! These are great colors for a Halloween party or a page about a teenager. And it is giving us its biggest Halloween grin! All of the page elements are pulled together by the added circle of the bottom paper layer. A large spider has taken over this scrapbook page! The featured photo is surrounded by a colorful frame, while three photos of the four other photos are arranged in a grid on the left side of the page. I have diligently searched for all kinds of different moods, techniques and trends. Take lots of photos and preserve them using these beach-inspired pages.
Are you getting ready to make your Halloween scrapbook pages? Try using some of the following free printable scrapbooking stuff in your next layout. I love that the journaling is in the first person format. I love a black background: you can combine them with any kind of color scheme you like and they instantly give you a very dramatic look. If you liked these ideas you can find more ideas by. Every Layout has a story and it's helps others give you the constructive advice that will make you a better scrapper. Harry Potter himself, of course…, is given pride of place in the middle of the circle grid, but the other two wonderful costumes are documented as well.
I had to add orange behind the web so that the hat and rat would show up better. The color scheme is picked from the photos themselves, framing the photos in different colored frames and adding the little coloured squares in between the photos. The page elements are all clustered in the center this time in a horizontal orientation. Note: We think she didn't want to get permission from all the assorted folks in her photos, so she blacked out their faces. Notice that the background has a wide purple stripe down the middle adding to the dimension of this page.
This layout may look simple with its grid-like structure, but closer inspection shows it has enough interesting details! Every year, same ideas, same color scheme, etc. Join me today as I walk you thru 10 Halloween Scrapbook Layout Ideas and Tips to help keep things fresh. This page shows desserts made for a surprise party. Printable Papers Printable paper in a variety of themes and patterns is a fantastic resource. If you are tired of using the same colors over and over again, or if you just want to make something different, consider using colors based on a character. Keeping the background dark makes sure that the colors of the photos really pop.
It is taken at an unusual angle showing a different aspect of the trick-or-treaters as they go around trying to gather as much Halloween candy as they possibly can. Download Free Halloween Elements The following Halloween-themed is all free to use both in traditional scrapbooking and with digital layouts. Here is the link — Cricut Links To Design Space — This group is for those who want to save and share Design Space links of page layouts, images and card creations. First of all, the picture is just brilliant! The grid works really well with all the differently sized photos, because all the photos have a similar color scheme. Here is the link — Cricut Links To Design Space — This group is for those who want to save and share Design Space links of page layouts, images and card creations. Layout designed by Theresa Amlong This last layout documenting the pumpkin carving action is fairly traditional.
There are so many things to like about this layout. Here is the link — Cricut Links To Design Space — This group is for those who want to save and share Design Space links of page layouts, images and card creations. The background is built up out of torn strips of Halloween paper. I love the stitching on this page! The finishing touches are the black silhouetted cut-out embellishments, mirroring the black of the Halloween title. Source: Pinterest This spooky layout is a very classic Halloween page.
The skeleton, the tombstone images and frames are from Happy Haunting. Capture All of Your Halloween Memories Whether you're preserving memories of your kids' Halloween costumes year by year or the good times you've had with friends at Halloween parties, these free scrapbooking elements will help you stick to your. Halloween is one time of the year where ghouls, witches, goblins, trolls, and many more scary creatures can roam free, which makes for some great photo opportunities. There is some adorable halloween paper out there, and sometimes you want to show it off! The different patterned papers are repeated throughout the layout. Free Printable Layouts Using a ready-made layout doesn't have to limit your creativity. Source: Pinterest Technically this is not a Halloween layout, but given the orange color it very well could be! The color scheme uses the bright variety of the traditional Halloween colors. Simply print the design you like and use it right away.
Adding unique embellishments, such as candy wrappers from your child's favorite treats or a fake scar from someone's costume, can be a special touch that makes your scrapbooks truly original. The Halloween scrapbook paper is from Recollections Ravenhead Manor. This pulls the entire layout together. Finally You Have An Excuse To Use That Skull Pattern Paper Halloween is such a wonderful excuse to use all the fun themed embellishments and papers! Document The Halloween Costumes Most of the fun of Halloween is getting to dress up! Also be sure to check out our and. All the page elements are framed by an orange, black or grey frame. If you are celebrating halloween this year with your little ones or family, commemorate these precious memories using this spooky inspiration! The featured photo is the larger one and both photos are clustered together on top of various Halloween paper shapes. Check out all of our weekly round-ups this month to find all the creativity you need to get scrapbooking again! Star-shaped bursts of yellow paper pop out behind the cluster, giving this layout a very festive feel.
It gives such a fun whimsical look to the page! The distressed background adds a mysterious and creepy factor to the layout. I also found some fun stamps that fit in with the creepy theme. This is the place where you can submit your and proudly show off your Halloween Layout to the world. Notice that because of the asymmetrical layout, the frame runs off the page. The Jack-O-Lantern from the download was printed on Orange paper, rather than white. The next 6 pictures are of a layout sent to us by Chris L.