Seek Adventure in New Ways with this Outdoor Scrapbook Layout

There’s nothing like life in the great outdoors. So much adventure and wonder await all of us in nature, and those who chase it are left with memories that will last a lifetime. Want to preserve these memories in a beautiful way? Put them on the pages of a layout using the new Great Escape collection! Check out this example of an outdoor scrapbook layout made with Great Escape to get a sense of the possibilities that come with this collection!


To create this layout, you will need:


Step 1: Use the mountain scene patterned paper as your base.

Step 2: Cut a 12″ x 2-1/2″ piece of striped patterned paper and adhere it to the bottom of the layout. Place the tree laser-cut border just above it.


Step 3: Cut a 12″ x 5/8″ strip of red leaf patterned paper. Mount the “Born to Roam” border on top of this piece using the Precision Point Adhesive Pen. Then, adhere it 1/4″ from the edge of the tree embellishment.

Step 4: Cut two mats with black gingham patterned paper, sized 6-1/2″ x 4-1/2″ and 4-1/2″ x 4-1/2″. Mount two photos on top, sized 6″ x 4″ and 4″ x 4″. Add to the layout as shown.


Step 5: Using the outside of the smallest Custom Cutting System Circle Pattern and the Blue Blade, cut a circle with red leaf patterned paper. Cut a photo using the same pattern and the Red Blade and mount on top. Tuck this photo behind the trees as shown.

Step 6: Journal as desired with a Black Dual-Tip Pen.

The Great Escape collection is absolutely perfect for making outdoor scrapbook layouts that preserve all the memories you make throughout your adventures. What do you like the most about the Great Escape collection? Comment below and let us know!

5 thoughts on “Seek Adventure in New Ways with this Outdoor Scrapbook Layout

  1. Thank you CM for the Outdoor materials and for the Travel Log
    FL Senior who travels to CO and beyond; taking in sights along the way !

  2. While they are nice, the colours don’t quite match with the “real” thing. Our trees and nature are green not turquoise. Our flag is RED and white, not burnt orange. Missed the mark, too similar to past colours. Change it up please!

    1. Thanks for the feedback! The designer’s inspiration for the collection was vintage Canadian posters so the palette reflects that. We’ll pass on the feedback though!

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