Monday, October 28, 2013

Baby Boy Scrapook Pages: 1st Halloween Costume

Are you ready for trick or treating?  We are excited to take LB to a couple houses, he may even make it around the blocks since he's got so much energy and loves to be on the move.  What a change from the first year when he was left at home to "help" pass out candy while big sis went from house to house. 
My friend gave LB this sweet little green monster outfit from Target his first year.  It's actually a sleeper but so cute I decided to just use it as his costume.  The details on the hat and feet totally make this one memorable. 

I propped the little guy up in his sister's old Bumpo chair to take these pictures after first trying to get him on the couch, but you really couldn't see everything so this worked out much better.  A divided pocket page protector made it each to highlight my favorite picture from the shoot.  It came out a little grainy and a little off color so the extra pockets were used to show some better quality pictures from the same session. 

In case you're wondering, big sis was Princess Leia and yet it was totally the year to have him be Yoda but my thriftiness won out and we skipped purchasing the $30 outfit he would've worn maybe twice in favor of the Little Green Monster.
On the back of this divided pocket page protector from WRMK I put some pictures of me holding him in the same costume and used the top to make a mini layout with my favorite picture from taking him to the pumpkin patch.

It was easy peasy to put this together, the paper is double sided so the orange dots is the reverse of the monster paper so it didn't even use up a lot of supplies.  Most supplies from Doodlebug Design Inc.

Sharing this page at The Memory's Nest's Crafty Creations.


2 Friends Said:

Leslie Germain said...

Oh my. These pages are adorable. Love the little outfits and your daughter's costume is GREAT! Would love for you to stop by and share on our Halloween link up!

Leslie Germain said...

Thanks for sharing your adorable projects on crafty creations. I am so in love with your daughter's costume. We have been watching a lot of Star Wars Lately!!

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