More Scrapbook Pages

Using the Simply Scrappin Kit Just For You, I’m making a baby scrapbook.

This page uses the kit elements plus I added a brown button from Button Latte and some Chocolate Chip 1/4″ grosgrain ribbon. The white strips were scalloped using the Scallop Edge Punch. In the center, I also used the Scallop circle punch and paper piercer to jazz up the self adhesive die cut.

I love how this page turned out! The background is DSP from the Just for You SSK, layered with textured card stock and embellishments from the kit. Across the top, I looped a piece of Rope Twine from last year’s Holiday Mini through two Jumbo Eyelets. Then, I clipped on the “Things I Love” banner using the paper clips from Clips Assortment. The banner was stamped using Things I Love stamp, colored with Chocolate Chip, Bashful Blue, and Certainly Celery markers. I used the Spiral Punch along the top of the Whisper White layer, and adhered it to Bashful Blue and Chocolate Chip card stock. To make sure it didn’t move around too much, I added a couple dimensionals to the back.

Baby Scrapbook Just For You

I found this retired Simply Scrappin Kit called Just For You at my upline’s retired item sale. This kit was so cool–it even came with beautiful, wide, So Saffron ribbon!

Page 1 of the baby scrapbook I made. It turned out so much better than I thought it would. I’m a little rusty with scrapbooking–it’s been almost a year! Working with the kits is sometimes hard for me, because it’s a little stifling when you’re constrained to the contents of the kit. Normally, I use the paper and some of the self adhesive stickers (because they’re repositionable I love them!) but add my own twist on accessories. Once I got going with this kit, it came along pretty quickly!

Page 1 also incorporates So Tweet Chipboard and the Good Friend stamp set. I used the Top Note Die to create the “stats” area and an Ice Circle Rhinestone Brad gives the bird some bling.

On page 2 of the scrapbook, I used Thickers Alphabet Stickers in White to title. The squares along the top and bottom were made using a 7/8″ square punch.

Page 3 was made for the new baby’s Big Sister Emily. I used the 1 3/4″ Circle Punch and Thickers Alphabet Stickers in Brown for the title. In the center of the page, there’s a spot for journaling, which I made using the Kit’s self adhesive die cut rectangles and Certainly Celery ribbon.

I’ll post the rest of the pages, along with scrap maps, soon–check back in the next few days! WAIT TIL YOU SEE THE LAST PAGE!!!

Pumpkin Farm Scrapbook Page

Our yearly trip to the farm for pumpkin picking is fast becoming a family tradition for us, as is my scrapbook page memorializing the outing. I was so happy with last year’s page I was worried I would have to keep outdoing myself year after year. Part of the fun in making the scrapbook pages comes from the memories of the day. Ella loves being outside and picking up leaves, rocks, and pumpkins “ugh too heavy” she says. Fall is my favorite season; I love the colors, the leaves, and the crisp weather. I love making comfort foods associated with the cooler weather, and I especially love Thanksgiving. It’s my favorite holiday because of all the yummy foods and desserts that go along with it!

When I started out making these pages, I thought to use the Autumn Vines DSP because (a) I’m addicted to it and (b) it’s perfect for the season. But for some reason, it was NOT working. So I decided to go to Plan B–Hawaii Papaya. I LOVE this DSP: the colors, patterns, everything about it. And whadda you know, it worked for me! This is Layout 10 and 10a (See Scrapbook Layouts)

Supplies: Cardstock: SU Hawaii Papaya DSP, Kiwi Kiss, Tangerine Tango, chocolate chip, whisper white; Ink: Versamark, chocolate chip, kiwi kiss, tangerine tango; Stamps: Fall Flair (Hostess Level 2 Set); Accessories: SU Jumbo pewter eyelets, rope twine, dimensionals, coluzzle, sponge, Bazzil chips chipboard, SU square rhinestone brads, non SU 3D letters.

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