For most, Halloween conjures up either memories of fear or fun. For me, Halloween spurs memories of homemade donuts. Every Halloween for thirty something years my aunt has made homemade donuts for us at her annual party. And no, she never wimped out and just bought them from the local grocery store. I am pretty sure there would have been a mutiny if that had ever been the case. There is just no replacement for that warm, slightly soft, deep fried circle you eat and then lick the slightly lemony icing that clings to your fingers. There is just nothing better. What about you? Is there a particular Halloween memory that makes your season? If so, you need to scrap it and has all your Halloween scrapbooking needs covered. Just look at what our amazing designers have for you

You'll find the following in this issue:
Please enjoy this month's newsletter!
Quick Quotes
This month's quotes will hopefully inspire some spooky memories and sweet treats from the past.

  • "Eat, drink and be scary.'" — Author Unknown
  • "A Grandmother pretends she doesn't know who you are on Halloween." — Erma Bombeck
  • "Nothing on Earth so beautiful as the final haul on Halloween night." — Steve Almond
  • "At first cock-crow the ghosts must go; Back to their quite graves below." Theodosia Garrison
  • "Hold on, man. We don't go anywhere with 'scary', 'spooky', 'haunted', or 'forbidden' in the title." Scooby-Doo
  • "When witches go riding; and black cats are seen; the moon laughs and whispers; 'tis near Halloween." Author Unknown
  • "Once in a young lifetime one should be allowed to have as much sweetness as one can possibly want to hold." Judith Olney
  • "When black cats prowl and pumpkins gleam. May luck be yours on Halloween." Author Unknown
  Sensational Colors
The colors this month remind me of childhood Halloweens. Vibrant, fun and intense - isn't that what October is all about? So, whether you need to scrap photos of your child in their halloween costume, your teen participating in the local spook alley, or yes, your memory of homemade donuts, it is covered in our October color scheme offering. Me? I am just going to try to hide how many donuts I actually consume this year! It is getting embarrassing.
Artists' Corner
This month you are going to love the work of the stunning Ms. Cherity Andersen! She is one half of the dynamic "Digital Kits" duo! She has been with since its launch, so she is practically like family around here. See Cherity's products

To think, she is a mother of 2, a hairstylist, and a digital designer! I am not sure how she does it, but I am glad she does! Her work has gotten me through rainy spring days, wedding showers, and the occasional broken heart. Honestly, if I had any artistic ability, I think my style would look very similar to Cherity's. She seems to have perfected that hard to blend style of fun and sophistication, I only dream of. It is good she is so capable because I go to her kits constantly. Learn more about Cherity

Here are just a few of my favorites!

  Fantastic Freebie
Great "Paper Kits" are so important! They are definitely the starting point to fabulous scrapbook pages you are just dying to show off! This month's freebie is October Freebie which is a paper kit utilizing the October color scheme. The grungy polka dot print mixed with the oranges, purples and greens of Halloween really set the scene. These papers will definitely kick start your creativity. You ought to be able to scrap faBOOlously!

Awe-Inspiring Layouts
We thought you may need some inSCREAMation this month to get those creative juices flowing! Using our artists amazing Halloween themed kits, you too can make spooktacular pages like these in just minutes!

Tips & Tricks
You've created a great scrapbook page in iScrapbook and now you want to have it professionally printed so you can send it to a friend. What's the next step?

The next step is to export your scrapbook page in a graphics format that's acceptable to the commercial printing service that you're going to use. Most printing services like,, and will accept graphics in popular formats like PDF, jpeg, PNG, etc. Just ask them and they'll let you know what formats they accept.
Follow these steps to export your scrapbook page and order a professional print:

1) Launch iScrapbook
2) Select your scrapbook page
3) Choose File > Export Page. A sheet will appear where you can name your export file and choose a graphics format.
4) Select the graphics format used by your printing service

5) Once you select a graphics format, you'll be asked to choose the quality and resolution of the exported file. Since you'll be printing the page, you'll want to choose a high quality setting and a resolution of at least 300 dpi.

6) Click Save and remember where you saved the file
7) Visit the webpage of the printing service that you're using (,, etc.)
8) Log in if you already have an account with them or create a new account
9) Upload to their site the file you just exported
10) Order your print
11) Enjoy your great scrapbook page when it arrives in the mail

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