How to Display Halloween Costume Photos
Introducing my Halloween photo display! I always look forward to seeing friends post photos of their kids’ Halloween costumes. I too take the obligatory photo of Stella and Hazel in their costumes on the front porch each year before they run off for the first house to trick-or-treat! But after Halloween, the photos tend to get buried on my phone or computer. Instead of losing these special memories, I thought it would be fun to show them off by creating a photo display of all my daughters’ Halloween costumes over the years!
Made from pumpkin photo frames from Oriental Trading, this DIY photo display is a simple piece of Halloween decor you can make yourself and a fun way to see how your kids have grown and their interests have changed!
How cute are these two girls? This was the year that Stella went trick-or-treating as a movie star. Hazel went as a 50’s girl wearing a poodle skirt!
To create the photo display, I used a set of wood pumpkin frames for Oriental Trading, painted them orange and added number stickers. Then I glued the pumpkins to lengths of ribbon that I hung from a wood dowel. The pumpkin frames come as a set of 12 so you can go back lots of years. You’ll also have some extra frames for future years. Just add them to another ribbon on the dowel!