Project Idea: Trick or Treat Page Layout

Creative Memories Trick or Treat Halloween Page Layout

‘Tis the season when little ones will be sporting their favorite costumes for a night of candy collection like no other. Capture the fun of the spooky adventure with this Halloween scrapbook page layout. Simply follow the steps outlined below to create it in no time!


Trick or Treat Paper Pack
Black Cardstock
Original Border Maker System
Bubbles Border Maker Cartridge
Tape Runner

How to create it:


Cut a piece of spiderweb patterned paper to measure 12″ x 8″. Adhere to top of white page.


Cut a piece of orange diamond patterned paper to measure 12″ x 4″. Adhere to bottom of page.


Insert black cardstock into Border Maker System and punch along entire 12″ edge using Bubbles Cartridge.


Cut approximately 1-3/8″ edge away, leaving punched border strip.


Adhere punched strip across orange strip on page.


Cut a piece of black cardstock to measure 6-1/2″ x 8-1/2″, then adhere two horizontal photos to it.


Trim “Trick or Treat” square from 9-square sheet. Adhere matted photos and “Trick or Treat” square to page as shown.


Cut 2 rectangles from each green, orange and purple patterned paper to measure 1-1/2″ x 2-1/2″.


Along one short edge of each strip, mark the halfway point (measuring in 3/4″) lightly with a pencil.


Using a scissors, trim from pencil mark to opposite corner, forming each pennant in the banner.


Adhere pennants to black cardstock, then trim around using scissors.


Trim purple journaling block from 9-square sheet.


Adhere pennants across page and journaling block to finish.

And there you have it :-) Here’s hoping your little dressed-up minis stand still long enough for you to photograph them this year, and even in if they don’t… snap pics anyhow! Years down the road you (and they) will be elated that you took the time to scrapbook these moments. They’ll be gone before you know it!

2 thoughts on “Project Idea: Trick or Treat Page Layout

  1. The one thing the “old” CM taught me was the value of white space…. When you cover and decorate the whole page it becomes a craft project, not a photo album with journaling.
    I’d like to see ideas that feature the pictures…. And I put 4-6 pictures a page. Any ideas to match my style?

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