The Trick or Treating has finished and now you have dozens (or hundreds) of photos of the carefully planned costumes and festivities of the night. Instead of keeping this in a badly organized album in your photos app, let’s make these memories tangible. Here are five ways to print your Halloween photos so you can look back fondly on the day without having to scroll through your phone.
1. Make a Buzz Book.
Our little Buzz Book is the perfect way to memorialize the adorable costumes you worked so hard on. Tell a story of their first Trick or Treat or first Halloween in this soft cover, high quality book you can keep for years to come.
2. Create Wooden Magnets to send to the grandparents.
Who couldn’t use more magnets on the fridge? Wooden Magnets add that Fall/Halloween-appropriate vibe to your photo and the grandparents would definitely appreciate the memory.
3. Add your favorite photos to October in next year’s Custom Calendar.
It’s never too early to start planning next year’s Custom Calendar. Choose your favorite photos and add them to October so when the next year rolls around, you can look back fondly. Heck, if you’re a Halloween lover, you can make a whole calendar with them!
4. Keep Photo Prints in a special place.
Creating lasting memories involves having a place to store those memories. Print all your favorite photos as 4×6” or 5×7” Photo Prints and keep them in a Custom Presentation Box to remember all the Halloween costumes over the years.
5. Display Framed Prints on your desk.
Personalize your desk, whether at home or in an office, with Framed Prints of your favorite Halloween memories. It could be the party you and your roommate threw, your pup in a costume they may or may not have resented you for or your little human in their pumpkin onesie — the options are endless!
Did you know? Nations Photo Lab was chosen as Wirecutter’s Best Online Photo Printing Service and PCMag’s Editor’s Choice for Online Photo Printing!