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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

November Scrapbook page

Wow this page was a lot of work but it came out much better than I expected. I can't wait to put some of my Thanksgiving pictures in it.

Supplies

Paper Chocolate Chip, Pumpkin Pie, Always Artichoke, Kraft, Very Vanilla, More mustard designer series paper

Ink Chocolate chip

Stamps Happy Blessings, Happy Everything

Accessories Glue dots, Stampin dimensionals, watercolor crayons

Punches;

  • Oval punches all three sizes Cut 5 pieces from each punch in Pumpkin pie card stock
  • Boho Punch Cut three flowers for the top of the pumpkins

I started this page with slicing sections of More mustard designer series paper for the hay stack. Using some two way glue pen. I adhered the stack on the left of my 12x12 sheet of Kraft card stock. I then wrapped a piece to look like a tie towards the top of the hay stack and then folded some of the strands downward to create a cornstalk effect.

Next cut little snips to create grass from some strips of always artichoke card stock adhere at the bottom of the page.

Pumpkins are made by punching 5 ovals from each punch and stacking them to make the pumpkin, adhere to page with dimensionals

Fence is made with strips of chocolate chip card stock that are adhered with glue dots.

Scarecrow is made on very vanilla and colored using watercolor crayons. Cut out and adhere to page.

Banners are made from Very Vanilla and Chocolate Chip, cut into a flag and adhered with glue dots.

Create squares from Pumpkin Pie and Chocolate Chip card stock. Adhere to page and stamp crows where you want them.

Thanks for looking Virginia

4 comments:

fishlips said...

Wow this is just so so neat love all the fall stuff...AMAZING!!!

Michelle Ramlochan said...

OMG is this ever cooool! Nice job!

Lisa Graves said...

What a pretty page. I love the punch art pumpkins.

Christine Riley said...

WOW! I LOVE this layout, it's so beautiful! I'm a scrapbooker too, but I've fallen behind lately. I must get back into that, thanks for the inspiration :)

Hugs, Christine :)