Documenting a Disney Halloween


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!!!! ┬áSeriously, 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;┬áBanner 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!