Scrapbook Pic-in-a-Pumpkin

Scrapbook Pic-in-a-Pumpkin

Everyone knows that your kids have always had the cutest Halloween costumes on the block, so you should showcase their adorable photos in Halloween scrapbook pages. This Scrapbook Pic-in-a-Pumpkin is a fun and creative way to start. You will be so inspired by this Halloween scrapbook layout idea that you may actually finish this book. Hiding a cute picture inside of a paper pumpkin turns your scrapbook into an interactive experience. Your kids will love being featured in their very own Halloween "lift-the-flap" book.

Primary TechniqueScrapbooking

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

SeasonFall

Materials:

  • Decorative papers
  • Photo
  • Paper pumpkin
  • Aleene’s Double Stick Tacky Sheets
  • Scissors

Instructions:

  1. Start with a small photo, a lovely grouping of decorative papers, Aleene’s Double Stick Tacky Sheets and a photo of a pumpkin. Before trimming the photo cut a piece of the Tacky Sheet as big as the untrimmed photo. Peel off one side of the Tacky Sheet and affix it to the back of the photo.
     
  2. Cut the top off the pumpkin, making sure that the width of the top is at least as wide as the photo.


     
  3. Lay the top of the pumpkin on a piece of yellow paper and trace. Cut the yellow paper and stick to the back of the pumpkin top offset.
     
  4. Sandwich the photo between a sliver of the top of the pumpkin and a piece of pumpkin colored paper. Measure the width of the photo on the back of the pumpkin and add Tacky Sheet to the outside of the photo.

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