Halloween Blog Hop!

Halloween Scrapbook Page Layout

‘Tis the season for tricks and treats and all things spooky! To celebrate, we’ve once again enlisted the creativity of some wildly talented CM Advisors to create lots of fun Halloween project ideas. They’ve each created a blog post featuring their ideas, and then will send you on to the next stop on the hop. First up is Sarah Fitzgerald’s post on her blog Click Write Share. She’ll then direct you on to the next stop on the hop – how fun!

After you’ve hopped through the blogs, stop back here and leave us a comment on which idea was your favorite. We’ll randomly choose one blog hopper who’s left a comment to receive a Halloween prize package shown below including the super sparkly Pumpkin Patch Album Cover plus the Trick or Treat Paper Pack and Stickers. We’ll even toss in a pack of White Pages and Protectors, too! We’ll choose our winner on Friday, October 23.

Creative Memories Halloween Products

Happy blog hopping!

143 thoughts on “Halloween Blog Hop!

  1. What fun to see all 7 of these blogs! My favorite was #6 Fran’s. Really great borders to easily make. And so cute. I love the simplicity but the colors really made them pop!

  2. I loved the “how to” on changing the fall album pages into Halloween pages, my scrappers will love the tips too!
    Can’t wait to make Halloween borders this weekend at my Croptoberfest Event!

  3. I loved Julie’s picket fence adaption with the border maker, quick and easy, my type of scrapping. I also loved the Diane’s borders. I tend to use a lot of pictures on one page (because I take SO many), so I like just a little bit of decoration and borders are wonderful for that! Wonderful creativity all of you!

  4. OMGosh……I LOVED all the ideas, from the cool spiders to making the picket fence taller and the borders….too cute!!! Thank you so much for all the great ideas and the creative ideas….I think my favorite was Blog #7……lots of talent!!!

  5. Oh my — it’s hard to pick just one! But I think that my first project at my crop this Friday will be to make the witch, cauldron and ghost from blog hop #3! Thanks for all of the inspiration!

  6. What a great trip! I am so glad CM is bringing back seasonal and pretty items. These bloggers showed the versatility of these great products! I have a treasure of ideas now!!!!

  7. So many great ideas! The little monsters from Lisa were my favorite. With 2 boys, it’s hard to find cute embellishments that are not trucks or super heroes. Making those three little guys for sure. Thanks CM and all the bloggers for the great ideas.

  8. Okay… all of the designers made it REALLY hard to pick a favorite! Great Job!! I love the border ideas – mostly because my customers are ALWAYS looking for border ideas. Thank you for all of the work you put in to the hop… it was lots of fun!!

  9. Loved so many of the blog ideas! Borders at #6 were awesome, Critters at #4 were great and so many other amazing ideas…too many to pick just one! Thanks for the inspiration. Can’t wait to show the tools and ideas at my weekend crop coming up!

  10. Loved all the ideas on the blog hop, but I liked #6 the best, definitely my favorite. The borders were great and something I would make and use on my own pages!! Can’t wait to try them.

  11. What a treat it was to see ALL the fun, creative ways to use the newest Halloween-themed products. I tend to make borders in my albums, so Diana Brinsley’s page really struck a note with me … but I appreciated the opportunity to learn a few new techniques from all the advisors.

  12. All the blogs had great ideas. I liked learning how to make the picket fence taller on Julie’s blog, and that idea got even better when Diana Brinsley put an open gate on her fence!! But…. I loved the little monsters that Lisa Graham made. Great Blog hop!

  13. Loved them all but have to say I loved Steph’s the best. Such cute ideas and characters you could use for cards or layouts. All were so inspirational! Love these ideas! Thanks for sharing with us.

  14. Inspiring you are! Thx to everyone involved. Frankie card, cute borders, and little monsters were my favorites. Ingenius converting fast to fab pages too! Thx again.

  15. Wow! I’m impressed with your creativity and details. Thank you so much for your hard work! I’m excited to share these ideas at my Croptoberfest workshop! I’m inspired to take some great photos of my kids this year!

  16. Great ideas. My favorite was the border into a taller fence. So useful in many albums. I use fences for all different seasons and yard pictures. Thanks for the great inspiration in so many areas. I also loved the borders.

  17. I was so inspired from looking at all the wonderful ideas !! Awesome work, I can’t pick a favorite, they are all so cute !!

  18. I loved all of the ideas, but the characters made using the shape makers on blogs #3 and #4 were my favorite. Very creative! Thank you all for sharing your ideas and different ways to use our CM tools!

  19. I love how Julie made the picket fence larger – I never thought to do that! The borders that Fran made are really cute, too! Everyone did a great job!

  20. I absolutely LOVE this Blog Hop!! CM continues to amaze me with new, fun and exciting ways to get me to scrapbook. I just love any and all scrapbook ideas for Halloween – these are the best ideas yet! Thank you, CM!!

  21. What a neat idea this blog hop! It was a lot of fun and I want to save all of them but if I had to pick a favorite it would have to be the borders made with the border maker. Very creative! Runner up would be the Fast to Fab album “Fall In”. Very creative. Thank you

  22. What great ideas! I especially like the layouts that had photos on them. That really gives a perspective on the design as we want to have the first comment about the photos and story, not the design!

  23. I liked the visual of Diana Brinsley’s blog the most. Stefani’s photos were AWESOME. loved how most were up against the cutting mat. THANK YOU EVERYONE!

  24. I loved how Julie “halloweenified” Fast 2 Fab album pages – that is a great way to show our customers that buying F2F doesn’t lock them into specific color schemes or picture placement.

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