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Scrapbook page of the Halloween Decorations at the Magic Kingdom.

Halloween Decorations at the Magic Kingdom

November 15, 2007 Sarah Coggins

Finally did a traditional scrapbook layout tonight – and 2 pages to boot. 😉 You can click on the image below to enlarge it or take a peak at it here. I was inspired by teatimetamera’s Disney Challenges at Two Peas. Particularly her latest challenge: Monsters Inc and Halloween Time.

When we arrived in Orlando on November 3rd, we immediately headed to the Magic Kingdom (well, after checking in at our hotel, of course). Halloween decorations greated us from the entrance and continued down Main Street USA. I thankfully stopped for one quick photo of the jack o’ lanterns above the street fronts (on 2nd page) before we headed for the rides. By the time we came back down Main Street, it was after dark.

Scrapbook page of the Halloween Decorations at the Magic Kingdom.

The next morning we arrived at the park shortly after 8 for the Keys to the Kingdom tour. During this time, I noticed that the banners and jack o’ lanterns along Main Street had been pulled down. The pumpkin topiaries in front of the Railroad Station and a few window decorations along Main Street were all that remained. In all of the other parks, the Christmas decorations were up!

Supplies: Karen Foster patterned paper; Jolee’s pumpkin stickers; K&Co tag; Making Memories tag (I cut into photo corners) and metal “Fall” tag

  • Sherry November 15, 2007 at 4:34 pm
    Great LO!! I love your pics too. :) Thanks for commenting on my blog
  • Colleen November 15, 2007 at 4:35 pm
    Great job with the layouts! What fun to be in Disneyland at that time of year with all the decorations!
  • barbara eastwick November 15, 2007 at 1:45 pm
    Great Layouts! There's nothing like a holiday at Disney. We were there for the Fourth of July - they know how to celebrate!
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