These Halloween scrapbook papers, journaling cards and borders are perfect for all kinds of Halloween paper crafts -- not just scrapbooking. They can also be used for handmade cards, party invitations, blogs and Web sites or even as wrapping papers for small Halloween trinkets given as gifts or to create Halloween origami.
You'll find many iconic Halloween images in this paper crafts collection. They include the obligatory pumpkin, bats, spiders and spider webs, witches, skeletons, skulls, Halloween masks, ghosts and even some cute Frankenstein monsters.
For me and many other people, the holiday season really begins with Halloween. Although I know there are some who won't celebrate it for religious reasons, there are many others who say Halloween is their favorite holiday. It's certainly fun to dress up, but who knows, some of Halloween's popularity might actually be due to the fact that it allows people to let people hang out on the dark side for a short time without having to really be dark. It's like a walk on the wild side that doesn't last long enough to get too wild.
Halloween Scrapbook Paper -- Black Background
Halloween Scrapbook Paper -- Orange Background
Halloween Scrapbook Paper -- White Background
Halloween Scrapbook Journaling Card Embellishments
Download Instructions for the Free Halloween Paper Crafts
Choose a thumbnail version of any of the Halloween scrapbook paper, embellishment or border images. When you click on one, it will appear larger.
Then, if you have a PC, just right-click and save the final version of the artwork to your hard drive. If you're a Mac user, you should control-click the image until you get a pop-up menu that will give you an option to save the file.
You are free to use these Halloween scrapbook papers, journaling cards and borders all you want for your own scrapbooks, craft projects, handmade cards and other non-commercial uses. You may also use the images on blogs or Web sites, as long as you provide a link to this page and DO NOT group the images into a collection and distribute them, either free or for a fee. If you'd like your blog or site visitors to see multiple images from this page, please post a screenshot and provide a link.
These images were created at Picnik.com, the free online graphics and photo editing program that anyone can use. If you'd like to incorporate the drawings used in any of these scrapbook paper images into commercial products or use them for anything else not described above, please read the Picnik terms of service, which governs their use. The terms of service are viewable from a link at the bottom of Picnik.com.
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stampinwithfab on January 25, 2011:
I luuuurve Halloween, I've set up a blog (not live yet) where I'll be making Halloween cards. This is the perfect hub and I'll link to it from the halloween blog. Thank you ! :)
Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on November 16, 2010:
Thanks, Mcmillen Writes. I hope your kids enjoy using the papers! :-)
Mcmillen Writes from Dallas-Fort Worth Metro on November 16, 2010:
this is great! My kids love this kind of stuff and we can use it year round!
Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on October 25, 2010:
Hi, mariam123. The paper is digital. Follow the instructions above (under the heading "Download Instructions for the Free Halloween Paper Crafts") to download it to your hard drive so you can print it on your home printer.
mariam123 on October 25, 2010:
how will we get the free paper?
Jamie Brock from Texas on October 15, 2010:
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these!!! Thank you so much for sharing!
krystieboh on August 22, 2010:
great papers! love the skeletons and the masks!
Leanne on July 28, 2010:
Thank you so much for sharing all of these wonderfully spooky Halloween goodies!!
Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on September 09, 2009:
You're welcome, Rhonda. Have fun using them. :-)
RHONDA on September 09, 2009:
I LOVE THE HALLOWEEN GOODIES AND THANK YOU SO MUCH:)
Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on June 18, 2009:
You're welcome, Nancy. :-)
Nancy's Niche on June 18, 2009:
This will be a useful hub for Halloween...Thanks for sharing your ideas...
Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on June 16, 2009:
Please do, Ethel. :-)
Ethel Smith from Kingston-Upon-Hull on June 16, 2009:
I will have to pop back to this hub around the end of October :)
Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on June 15, 2009:
Thanks, alekhouse. I had such a great time designing these that I almost couldn't stop. I finally had to say "that's enough" so I could actually build the hub!
Nancy Hinchliff from Essex Junction, Vermont on June 15, 2009:
Very cool scrapbook paper. I love the black and white skeletons. Fun hub