Fall Scrapbook Page

Today I have a Fall Scrapbook page to share with you that I designed to share with my NH Stamper’s Club.  I had a great time today scrapping with my New Hampshire Stamper’s Club.  Each month I meet with my Stamper’s Club and we cover a technique and make a few cards or scrapbook pages. You don’t have to be local to me. Want a FREE Tutorial each month with paper crafting project designs? Then join my Stamper’s Club. Check out the details HERE.

fall scrapbook page3w  The challenge for this Week’s SUO Challenge is to design a project using Fall Theme colors which is exactly what I was doing for my Stamper’s Club meeting.  This is a scrapbook page that I designed to use as inspiration for the Stamper’s Club group.  This scrapbook page starts with a 12×12 piece of very vanilla cardstock.  fall scrapbook cu3

The Gorgeous Grunge stamp set was used to make a background on the page.  The background dots are stamped with Crushed Curry and Soft suede inks.

The page is created around the Flashback Designer paper which uses the Pool Party, Crushed Curry, Real Red, and Garden Green cardstocks.  For a touch of Pop I added a piece of Perfect Plum cardstock.  There is something about purple leaves that always grab my attention!

fall scrapbook pagecu4One of the best things about stamps is that they can be used to create embellishments for scrapbook pages! For this page, I choose the Truly Grateful stamp set from the catalog.  The Crushed Curry and Real Red mats have been stamped with the wood grain stamp using Soft Sscrapbook pagecu5uede ink.

The page is embellished with acorns and the tree trunk stamped with soft suede ink on very vanilla cardstock from the Truly Grateful stamp set.  These are cut out and added as enhancements on the page.  The leaves are cut from scraps of cardstock using the Fun Fest Framelits.  The larger leaves on the page were cut using the Autumn Accents Bigz die.  The wood grain stamp from the Truly Grateful stamp set was used to add veins to the leaves.   I also used linen thread made into loops and washi tape to embellish a few of the layers on the page.

Love the Acorns?  What a great page embellishment!  These are made using the Autumn Accents die with chocolate chip cardstock to cut the Acorns.  I then layered a small piece of Gold Glimmer paper to the top of the acorn and ran that thru the die again to make the “cap” of the acorn.

For my Stamper’s Club meeting, each member of the Stamper’s Club designed their own variation of this page usinfall scarpbook page2wg these same supplies; the Flashback Designer paper and embellishments.  They choose backgrounds from the 12×12 Neutrals cardstock pack.

Here is a 2 page layout that was designed by this month’s hostess, Fran fall scrapbook cu2Heaton.   Fran’s pages use 12 x 12 pieces of Smokey Slate cardstock.  Fran used the Autumn Accents die with Chocolate chip cardstock and a piece of Gold Glimmer paper to make these cute acorns as an acfall scrapbook cucent on her page.

Fran layered these acorns onto a piece of burlap.  I also like the way Fran layered two pieces of coordinating designs of Designer paper to make a couple of the mats.  The Black diagonal stripped piece is a piece of designer paper from the Typeset Designer paper set which has been layered on a piece of the Flashback designer paper.   I love working with my customers! Even after 15 years as a scrapper, I am always learning something new.  I never thought of layering two piece of Designer papers together to make a contrasting mat!  What a great look!

Products used in these scrapbook pages:

  • Gorgeous Grunge Stamp set
  • Truly Grateful Stamp set
  • 12×12 Neutrals Cardstock
  • Flashback Designer Paper
  • Typeset Designer Paper
  • Real Red cardstock
  • Garden Green cardstock
  • Perfect Plum cardstock
  • Crushed Curry cardstock
  • Linen thread
  • Scraps of Gold Glimmer paper


Thanks for stopping by!  What is your favorite element on these scrapbook pages?

Happy Stamping!

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