Documenting a Disney Halloween

Tips for documenting Disney Halloween parties

Tips for documenting Disney Halloween parties

I've already shared days 1 and 2 of my sisters trip to Disneyland last year. On our third full day in the park, we rode a few rides, had some favorite meals, then hit the Halloween party. The party was SO MUCH FUN!!!!  Seriously, we are still talking about how great the Cast Members were and what an incredible time we had!! The following day, one of my sisters and I just had a few hours in the park before heading to the airport (my youngest sister was joined by her husband for a few more days of fun). Here are (most of) my pages (I'll share the rest in a few more days):

Supplies: Template is Janet Phillips (adjusted for Lightroom by me); Papers and elements are by Krista Sahlin and Jenn Barrette

Template: Janet Phillips (adjusted to LR by me); all others by Bella Gypsy, Down This Road Designs, and Erica Zane

Supplies: Template by Janet Phillips (adjusted for Lightroom by me) Wander by various Sweet Shoppe Designers; font is Traveling Typewriter

Supplies by Connie Prince; Template by Katie Scrapbooklady

Supplies: Connie Prince and font is Traveling Typewriter. Template by Janet Phillips adjusted for LightRoom by me.

Supplies: Template by Janet Phillips (altered and adjusted for Lightroom by me), papers and elements by Heather Roselli and Meghan Mullins; fonts are Ferbtastic and Impact

Papers and element by Connie Prince; Banner made by me with Connie's papers and Chelle's CU banner kit
Fonts: Mesquite and Traveling Typewriter
Template on left by Janet Phillips, template on right by me.

Supplies: Connie Prince and font is Traveling Typewriter. Template by Janet Phillips altered for Lightroom by me.

Spider web paper by me (made to coordinate with Connie's Halloween kit)

Supplies: Bella Gypsy; font: Traveling Typewriter

  • Gabrielle McCann

    What great pages – you girls all have the most beautiful smiles! I’m impressed with all the scrapping you’ve done Steph!