Autumn/Fall Scrapbook Layout

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I think I made this page last year but never uploaded it. My daughter was only 2 months old on her first Halloween so we didn’t go trick or treating. She really wasn’t a fan of her chicken costume either! Since that season was very low key around our house, I decided to lump together Halloween and Thanksgiving, making one scrapbook page for both holidays.

The background is the retired Halloween DSP in pumpkin pie with some striping. I used the tree from Season of Friendship, stamped in chocolate chip with different color leaves, and trimmed it out. The pumpkins are from Year After Year, watercolored with pumpkin pie ink and trimmed out as well.

Across the top of the page, I used a strip of chocolate chip DSP and the letters were made using the Cuttlebug Alphabet (I don’t remember the name). At the bottom, I printed my journaling from the computer, matting it on chocolate chip card stock, and adding some Soft Subtles Buttons tied with Hemp Twine in the corner for embellishment.

More Halloween Cards

This card was made using Soft Suede card stock for the base, layered with Dusty Durango and Autumn Vines DSP in a More Mustard patterned paper. The image is Autumn Harvest stamp set, stamped in Brown Stazon ink on Very Vanilla card stock. I sponged around the edges of the Vanilla using Pumpkin Pie ink. The sentiment is from Chit Chat Rub Ons. I layered the Vanilla onto a piece of Dusty Durango that I scalloped using the Scallop Edge Punch.

Underneath the pumpkin, I used my Cropadile to punch holes for my Fire Circle Rhinestone Brads. The entire layer is then adhered to the base using dimensionals.

The Boo card was really very simple. I used Basic Black for the base, layered with Pumpkin Pie card stock. Along the bottom edge of the Pumpkin pie, I used a Swiss Cheese Punch. It’s hard to see but I sponged Pumpkin Pie ink along the bottom edge.

Next, I layered a rectangle of retired Halloween DSP with Whisper White card stock and adhered it to the base. The “Boo” letters were stamped using Defining Alphabet in Pumpkin Pie ink on Whisper White card stock. I punched out the letters using a 7/8″ Circle Punch, layered on Pumpkin Pie circles which I punched using the 1 3/8″ Circle Punch. The circles are then adhered using dimensionals.

Autumn Harvest Fall Cards

I don’t usually send Halloween or Thanksgiving cards, but I like the look of them, so I try to send them to people with fall birthdays, or as a seasonal Thank You.

The above card uses the Woodgrain BG stamp. I really don’t like using BG stamps because they’re so hard to ink up, but this was one of the exceptions because I like the image a lot!

Card base is Dusty Durango Textured card stock. I then stamped Woodgrain in Basic Brown ink onto Creamy Caramel card stock. The main image is from Autumn Harvest, stamped in Brown Stazon on Very Vanilla card stock. I used a mask to stamp the pumpkins and colored in the images with my Earth Elements Watercolor Crayons and Aquapainter. I layered the vanilla card stock onto Chocolate chip and tied a piece of Chocolate Chip Twill Ribbon around the front. The sentiment is from Chit Chat Rub Ons, applied onto Dusty Durango card stock, punched out with the Modern Label Punch, up on dimensionals.

This next card uses Autumn Harvest again, and of course my new favorite Woodgrain BG stamp!! Card base is Dusty Durango Textured card stock, layered with polka dotted More Mustard Autumn Vines DSP.

Across the bottom of the card, I took a strip of Creamy Caramel stamped with Woodgrain in Basic Brown ink and layered it onto a strip of Chocolate Chip card stock. That is acting as my “log” on which I placed my pumpkins.

Pumpkins from Autumn Harvest were stamped in Brown Stazon on Very Vanilla card stock, colored in with Earth Elements Watercolor Crayons and Aquapainter. Then, I cut out each image and attached it to the card using dimensionals.

The sentiment is a Chit Chat Rub On on Dust Durango card stock, punched out with Modern Label Punch and popped up with dimensionals. As an added touch, I “stitched” around the label with my White Gel Pen.

Inside both cards, I lined them with a piece of Very Vanilla card stock to make writing easier to read.

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