Papercrafting Halloween: Mini Albums
Today I’m back with some Halloween mini album ideas to get those creative papercrafting juices flowing!
I don’t know about you, but I love looking at all of my Halloween photos in one place.
And for me, the easiest way to do that is with a Halloween mini album!
I can’t wait to share some of the mini album inspiration I’ve found, including the album I use for my family’s Halloween photos.
So let’s get started!
If you like the idea of quick and easy then this mini album from Eighteen25 is for you!
All you need is a 4×6 photo album and a printer to print the FREE printable cards.
Assemble and you are done!
Looking for an album that is also a display piece?
This accordion album, also by the girls at Eighteen25, will fit the bill!
Once again, FREE printables are available to complete your album.
Or, use up the Halloween supplies you have on hand to decorate your own!
If you love Project Life then you’ll LOVE this Halloween mini album by Becky Higgins!
Buy the cards and a Becky Higgins mini album and you are good to go.
You’ll have a coordinated mini album for years to come!
Maybe you like to get a little fancy with your Halloween papercrafting?
Perhaps you’re a paper piecer at heart?
Then this album by Nichol Magouirk will make you swoon!
Nichol is the paper piecing queen and this gorgeous album shows off her jaw-dropping handi-work!
And, if you have been contemplating buying a Silhouette machine, this might by just the project to put you over the edge – check out Nichol’s blog for the details on how she cut the images she pieced together for this amazing spread!
Are daybooks more your style?
Then this mini album kit by Teresa Collins will be a perfect papercrafting fit!
You get everything you need to assemble this adorable album.
Just add pictures and you are good to go!
So what do I do?
I created this Halloween mini album a few years ago and simply altered the cover of an 8×8 album.
To keep things quick and easy I pre-made the pages.
There are enough to get me through my boys’ high school years.
Yep, that’s a lot of pages!
Each year I print up my 4×6 photos, add them in with a bit of journaling and call it good.
My boys love to look at this album and I love that it is a fast project for me.
So much papercrafting to do, so little time! Ha!
Do you have an album dedicated to Halloween?
If so, please post a link in the comments section…you never know what you might win!
Thanks for joining us today and please come back next week for more Halloween papercrafting inspiration!
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