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This Halloween use photos to create creepy invitations with photo cards that show guests just how much haunted fun they're in for. You can even add a little mischief by making ghoulish photo stamps.

Our stickers are great for decorating treat bags or creating cupcake flags. And for a really ghoulish brownie, cut out a photo of a headstone and decorate.

Choose from our Halloween themes, or add your own frightful touch. Your favorite little and big monsters are bound to have a spooktacular time!
Okay is there really anything cuter than your little pup or kitty all dressed for All Hallow's Eve? Whether you make or buy your pet's costume, be sure to take lots of photos. You can turn those photos into stamps for next year's Halloween cards or even create a special photo book with your pumpkin's costumes through the years. Or snap photos of your pooch in character a week or so before Halloween and create special greeting cards for family and friends.
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    Scare up some frightful photos with these tips from our photo experts:
  • Easily convert photos to black and white. Under photos, select 'edit & organize' then 'fix & enhance'.
  • For an eerie background effect in photos, add dry-ice to a kettle.
  • To capture low-light shots, turn off the flash, set the camera to a low shutter speed and use a tripod.
  • Add black torn or canvas border to your photos, or even a Halloween theme.
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