Today I would like to show you a layout I did of my girls playing in the leaves last fall.
I used Night Fall from American Crafts for this layout and kept the amount of patterned paper to a minimum; I found that if I added too much, it overwhelmed my photos.
The title is a shape that I purchased from the Silhouette online store and then cut out.
And the leaf stickers that I arranged across the page to look like they were falling are from S.E.I. It's incredible how well they coordinate with the patterned paper on this page, especially the leaf paper that runs along the bottom of the page.
Now, I realize that we are on the doorstep of summer and I am showing you a layout from a few seasons ago, but I am in the process of getting some of my older pictures scrapped and I mean, let's face it, as scrapbookers were are never completely caught up - there are always pictures on the 'to be scrapped' pile. But there is no need to stress, because those pictures will find themselves onto a page and into an album in due time - like these pictures finally have.
Great Layout! I just love fall.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jessica. I love fall too - so many pretty colors.Delete
Those stickers work perfectly! I love fall. Those pictures are too cute!ReplyDelete
Thanks Becky. I was happy to find such perfectly coordinated stickers.Delete
Soooooo cute. Great LO! I love the fall too!!ReplyDelete
It looks great ~ I love the leaf embellishments.ReplyDelete
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Thank you Lanaya.Delete
Great fall colors!ReplyDelete
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Thanks Leslie. Fall colors are my favorite.Delete
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Love linking up at your party; I'll be there this week for sure. Thanks for stopping by.Delete