As Halloween creeps closer and closer, it’s time to start thinking about how you’re going to showcase all of the spooky photos you’ll be taking this year. Thankfully, the Pumpkin Spice collection has what you need to make boo-tiful layouts for all of your photos from the 31st. When you combine Pumpkin Spice with a few other tools and materials, you can make something that looks scary cute! Check out how blog contributor Glenda was able to make a spook-tacular two-page Halloween scrapbook spread using the Pumpkin Spice Collection!
When autumn comes around, jack-o’-lanterns aren’t the only things smiling. The hot apple cider, the brisk fall air and the fun fall activities bring a smile to everyone’s face, which makes for some timeless photo opportunities. Once you have all these beautiful fall photos, put them in a pumpkin-themed autumn scrapbook layout with Pumpkin Spice collection. Learn how to bring your fall scrapbook ideas to life with this layout!
For many, Halloween is the best holiday of the year. It’s a fang-tastic fall celebration that has everyone on their spookiest, kookiest behavior and the photo opportunities are aplenty. Once November comes around, you’ll need something to do with all of these photos – why not create a Halloween-themed scrapbook layout using the Pumpkin Spice collection?! It’s seasonal, fun and downright adorable, and it will make all your Halloween scrapbook projects a spook-tacle to be seen. Check out this two-page layout and try making it for yourself!
Make no bones about it – your Halloween scrapbook needs this spooky layout. The Toil & Trouble Collection is perfect to scrap those cute and not so scary photos of the pumpkin patch, trick or treating, and other fun Halloween activities! Make sure you capture all your favorite Halloween memories and share with us what you or children are going to be dressed up as this year!
With Halloween nearing, there are no tricks, just treats with the Toil & Trouble cell phone wallpapers. Now you can enjoy this spooktacular collection in your scrapbooks and in your pocket!
Download your favorites below, and if you don’t see your phone listed in the options, try on a size and see if it fits. We bet that you’ll find one that works.
Boo!! Can you believe it? The local stores are all set up for the trick or treaters, so I guess I need to start thinking ahead as well! I thought I would make some special little treat bags for the young goblins that show up at my door.
The Toil & Trouble Collection is so bright! I just love it! It’s perfect to get you thinking ahead to Halloween.
Growing up I have to admit Halloween was not my favourite time of year, but after having children that has changed! I love helping them figure out their costumes, carving pumpkins and decorating for Halloween. We usually try to be creative and make our costumes ourselves. Who knew I would actually be sad that I have only one Trick or Treater left in the house now!
The fall is my favourite time of year for photos as I love the oranges, reds and yellows of the season. So creating Halloween pages is fun for me because I have lots of photos to choose from and Toil & Trouble to play design with!
No matter how old I get, Halloween will always be a fun and playful holiday to me. And the new Toil & Trouble collection is so fun and playful and colorful, it just puts me in the mood for tricks and treats! Making these borders was so easy and fun, I may just have to reward myself with a little Halloween candy from my secret stash…shhh!
Woohoo. WASHI TAPE!
It is now part of the Creative Memories line.
Our first offering is part of our Toil & Trouble Collection. Although it might be included in the Halloween line, the designs are in no way themed for the holiday. The colors are bright and can be added to any card flaps to put a finishing touch on your mail.
In fact, add washi tape to ANYTHING for fun! Why not, when you have 26.2 feet on each roll? That means you get over 104 feet between these four rolls.
Most importantly it is photo-safe!
Fall is my favourite time for photography! I love all of the colours in the fall palette! Along with fall comes Halloween and all of the photo opportunities surrounding this time of the year.
Pumpkins to Jack-o-lanterns
Leading up to Halloween I like to get photos of the children carving their pumpkins and what designs they come up with every year.
Lauren’s jack-o-lantern is always very creative and usually has a theme – The Walking Dead this year!
Grant deep in thought about what he will design this year!
Twins? He is trying to make the same face!
It is always fun to get a photo their masterpieces when they are finished.
I like to get photos in the dark and the daylight of our pumpkins.
And there is always fun to be had when they pose with their jack-o-lanterns!
One of my favourite jack-o-lantern shots is of Grant looking into the pumpkin and he is glowing like the inside of the pumpkin.
My settings to achieve this shot were f4.5 at 1/3 sec shutter speed, ISO 100. I used a tripod for this photo because at 1/3 of a second it would be very difficult to capture this hand held.
I am not against grabbing a few staged photos before the big night. I find Halloween night so busy, trying to get supper, get the costumes on and have the treats ready for the trick or treaters. Usually the afternoon of Halloween I get the children to put their costumes on and we do a few photos in the yard. This saves me from getting cranky when they don’t want to pose for photos when they are excited and ready to head out the door to get CANDY!
Turn on your flash!
When the trick or treaters are leaving for the evening in the dark turn on the flash to get a good photo of them. It is just too difficult to capture that moment without your flash on!
This is one of my best ones without my flash. It is not bad but it is not great either. You get the idea of the costumes but they are bit blurry. The flash would definitely help this!
These ones are much better with the flash on!
Sometimes you get lucky though and get a fun effect when you turn your flash off and have a slow shutter speed.
Or are they ghosts?
Trick or Treaters
I like to get photos of the children in our neighbourhood because they are cousins and friends of our children. I recommend turning your flash on for these ones because they are in a hurry to get to the next house and aren’t going to stand still long!
And don’t forget our furry friends who like to dress up for treats too!
Get a photo of all of the candy at the end of the trick or treating!
Time to Play!
While my children are out Trick or Treating I usually have time between children arriving at the door so it is a fun chance to play with my camera.
I used my tripod and my zoom lens for this photo experiment. My settings were f4.5, 1.3 sec and 100 ISO. How I achieved this projector effect was by moving the zoom lens out or in depending on where you started from when you set up the photo. In the top photo the lights were on in the house so any point of light was also affected in the photo. I turned the lights out and tried again which gave a dark background.
Have fun with your Halloween photos and always have your camera ready for anything strange or spooky!