I cannot FATHOM that today is October 15th.
Let's forget for a brief moment (very brief) that I am currently trying not to have an early baby...I can't believe that Halloween is only 2 short weeks away!! I have to get Maggie to the Pumpkin Patch ASAP!!
I've been sharing some pages I've made using A Muse Studio products; today I am sharing a few more from my Halloween memory album. I have really enjoyed putting this together. It has really reminded me to get out an enjoy the holiday in the weeks leading up to it, rather than trying to pack all the fun into a couple of days.
Halloween is on a Thursday this year, which means it's a Pre-School day for Maggie...I'm debating keeping her home to celebrate like we did last year, with some fun activities and crafts and an awesome breakfast of Pumpkin Pancakes!
Last year, we were a family of witches...and this year our costume plans are largely dependant on whether or not we'll be packing around an infant outside or inside of Mommy. I really hope he stays put, because we have a belly idea that's kinda awesome, and I haven't seen it done yet. Keep your fingers crossed for me!
I didn't take many great photos last year on Halloween, most were just Instagram photos with filters...which made my pictures look more navy than black...so, rather than fight it, this spread of photos is navy and red...I think it works!
I am still digging these tiny pearl enamel dot stickers, I put them on a few pictures to make spooky looking eyes. I showed Maggie the eyes in the woods, and I have to say...it freaked her out a smidge! Success!! And of course, the red Splash mist...what is creepier than that?
Let's hope I get the chance to take our family out to the Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival at a local farm, so I can add even more photos and memories to my Halloween album! And don't forget to check out the inspiration on the A Muse Studio blog, Instagram, Facebook page, and scoop up some of these fun products on their site or by hosting a party with your local A Muse Studio consultant!
FTC Disclosure: A Muse Studio has provided compensation and project supplies in exchange for this series. All opinions and experiences shared are my own.