It’s cold outside, but somehow we still have plants growing inside! Today’s project is a clean and simple 8 ½ x 11” layout of our little pine tree sprout that sits on the windowsill.
There is so much to scrapbook during the holiday season and so many products to help you do it! If you’re short on time, but still want to have fun using all the fun supplies you bought, I would recommend trying an 8 ½ by 11 layout. This gives you just enough room to use your products, but on a smaller scale– especially if you just have one picture of a memory you want to capture.
When the candy corn comes out in the stores, Halloween is not far behind. For my project today, I did a 12 x 12 inch layout of the first bag of candy corn of the season. It’s completely gone already of course, but I still have the picture! I used Echo Park’s Bewitched Collection Kit for the entire page except for some older Thickers I had in my drawer for the title.
May is National Scrapbooking Month and I’m feeling inspired by Spring Colors and patterns, vibrant Spring landscapes, and time with my family, not to mention sales on card stock and supplies! I’m relatively new to scrapbooking, and while the journaling part comes naturally to me, I never know where to begin with page design and layout. Here are some ideas for Spring Layouts and scrappy themed embellishments to inspire your own spring designs.
I love the use of layering of a variety of patterns and textures in this layout and tutorial. The contrast between black and white photos and yellows, pinks, blues and green hues really makes this page stand out.
Echo Park Layout + Tutorial – Aly Dosdall