4 Ways to Save those Halloween Memories

There’s nothing cuter than looking back on pictures of your little ones’ Halloween costumes throughout the years. It sparks the imagination and reminds us of their personality and interests as they grow up. What better way to remember their precious young years, than cataloguing a yearly photo! Try out these 4 ways to save those Halloween memories!

  1. Make Your Own Passport Book

For crafty parents that love to get creative, you can put together your own passport book from scratch! Check out this tutorial from Layers of Ink blogger Anna-Karin for some super cool inspo.

  1. Make a Scrapbook

There are so many cute scrap-booking materials out there, you can find things at your local craft store and even the dollar store. Be sure to take a photo each year, and then whenever you have time to print the photos, you can put together your book! Look to Pinterest for inspiration, and make sure to keep track of dates as you go.

  1. Collect Memories Digitally

Don’t have time to put together a scrapbook but want to keep track of memories with your kids? You can try an app such as Queepsake. The app sends you periodical texts that ask you a question about your child. You text back with your answer and include photos from your phone. The app keeps the memories for you, and you can later print them into a book.

  1. Create a Digital Scrapbook

Like the idea of scrapbooking, but not the idea of cutting and pasting?  No problem! There are lots of websites out there where you can make you own scrapbook using drag-and-drop design tools. My favourite is Canva! It’s modern and easy to use.