Accentuate Your Outings with these Outdoor Scrapbook Border Ideas

Are you pining for some inspiration for your outdoor projects? The Spiky Evergreen Chain BMC is exactly what you need to leaf your mark on all kinds of new projects! Check out these outdoor scrapbook border ideas and help your projects get to the point!

To create these borders, you will need:

Get a closer look at the Spiky Evergreen Chain Border Maker Cartridge in the video below!

We Must Take Adventures Border

Step 1: Cut a piece of tan patterned paper to measure 2-1/4″ x 12″. 

Step 2: Using the Original Border Maker System with the Spiky Evergreen Border Maker Cartridge, punch two borders from the green patterned paper and two borders from the black patterned paper.

Step 3: Adhere the black borders at an angle along the strip of tan paper. Trim along the edge with All-Purpose Scissors. 

Step 4: Adhere the green borders slightly offset from the black borders. Trim along the edge with All-Purpose Scissors.

Step 5: Cut a circle using the outside of the small Custom Cutting System Circle Pattern with the Green Blade from the dark green patterned paper.

Step 6: Cut a circle using the outside of the small Custom Cutting System Circle Pattern with the Blue Blade from the light green patterned paper. Adhere the circles together and adhere them behind the border toward the top. 

Step 7: Adhere stickers, using Foam Squares on some for added dimension. 

Let’s Go on an Adventure Border

Step 1: Cut a piece from the green patterned paper to measure 12″ x 1-3/4″. Round all of the corners with the 2-Way Corner Rounder.

Step 2: Cut a piece from the tan patterned paper to measure 12″ x 1-1/4″. Round the bottom two corners with the 2-Way Corner Rounder. Adhere this piece to the bottom edge of the previous piece.

Step 3: Using the Original Border Maker System, punch two borders using the Spiky Evergreen Chain Border Maker Cartridge from the dark green patterned paper. 

Step 4: Using All-Purpose Scissors, cut off the “spikes” along one edge of the border. Adhere it to the seam where the green and tan papers meet.

Step 5: Cut the remaining border into segments and adhere the segments on the border at an angle, as shown.

Step 6: Adhere Beneath the Pines stickers to the border as desired.

Step 7: Cut a piece of Black Cardstock to measure 10″ x 2″. Round all four corners using the 2-Way Corner Rounder and adhere it to the back side of the border.

Beneath the Pines Border

Step 1: Cut a piece of black patterned paper to measure 1-1/2″ x 12″. 

Step 2: Cut a piece of light green patterned paper to measure 1″ x 12″ and adhere it to the middle of the black paper.

Step 3: Adhere the moose tracks border sticker to the middle of the strip.

Step 4: Cut an oval using the outside second-to-largest Custom Cutting System Oval Pattern using the Red Blade from a piece of wood grain patterned paper.

Step 5: Cut an oval using the outside of the second-to-largest Custom Cutting System Oval Pattern with the Green Blade from Black Cardstock. Adhere it to the previous oval.

Step 6: Using the Original Border Maker System with the Spiky Evergreen Chain Border Maker Cartridge, punch two borders from the black patterned paper.

Step 7: Using All-Purpose Scissors, cut the “spikes” off along both sides of the border to create tall, slim “trees”. Repeat this step to create three trees and adhere them to the oval shape, as shown.

Step 8: Adhere moose and title stickers to the oval shape and adhere it all to the border.

Which one of these outdoor scrapbook borders do you like the most? Let us know in the comments below!

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