On evenings when my little guy, Henry, decides to sleep well, I enjoy the occasional paper piecing. Granted, they make the scrapbook layout-making process much longer (this double-page layout took me a little over 2 hours), however, I am always so pleased with the results.
I used the Miss Kate Cuttables Pumpkins in Wagon SVG for my Cricut. I originally incorporated the eight layer pumpkins into my invitations, and then realized how perfect they would be on the scrapbook page as well. I used the invitation as my main embellishment, since it already contained all the party details.
We had Henry’s birthday at the Country Mercantile pumpkin patch, so it was perfect!
Would you love to have a fantastic scrapbook, but don’t have the time to make one? Please feel free to contact me regarding prices for custom scrapbook pages. Also, I have several ready-made pages available on my Etsy shop. Each is lovingly handmade with lots of fun 3D details. Simply add photos and enjoy for years to come!
Thanks so much for stopping by, and happy crafting!
Fall is the start of decorating season here at my house, and the warm colors of autumn make me feel all warm and cozy.
Nothing says cozy quite like a fabulous wreath on one’s front door. Also, is it just me, or have wreaths come a long way in the last few years? The amount of creative ideas are astounding! Here are five of my favorites.
This one is available from Old Time Pottery.
Love this floral wreath idea from Homedit.
Burlap wreath how-to from Craftaholics Anonymous.
The burlap craze continues over at Craftaholics Anonymous! I’ve seen these wire frames at Michael’s and have always wanted to try this technique. I think it would make a fun kid’s craft, too.
Wondering what to do with all the acorns and pine cones in your yard? Look no further! Check out this blog post to find step-by-step instructions.
Wood and burlap wreath DIY from Finding Home.
More use with natural elements, as can be found at Finding Home’s blog. The rustic nature of this wreath is right up my alley!
Hope you’ve found some inspiration for your own front door this holiday season. Thanks for stopping by to visit!