Carve Up a Great Craft With This Pumpkin Scrapbook Layout

Pumpkins are a staple during the autumn season — from carved ones glowing atop your front porch to your spiced lattes — and now, thanks to blog contributor Sachiyo Omitsu, you can place them in your autumn albums as well! Check out this pretty pumpkin scrapbook layout and get ready to have a gourd time!

Sachiyo’s Inspiration

We go to the pumpkin patch every autumn to pick some pumpkins to carve for Halloween. Our kids enjoy the train ride, hayride, pony ride, corn maze, pumpkin blasters and a scoop of pumpkin spice ice cream. We all love the festive atmosphere at the pumpkin patch and are looking forward to our trip this year!

Project by Sachiyo Omitsu – CM Independent Advisor

To create this layout you will need:

Step 1: Use Crimson Solid Cardstock as the base. Cut the striped patterned paper to measure 11-3/4″ x 11-3/4″ and adhere it to the middle.

Step 2: Trace the inside of the apple shape using a pencil on the backside of the orange tonal patterned paper. Cut out an apple and adhere to the base.

Step 3: Trace the outside of the apple shape using a pencil on the backside of the red tonal patterned paper. Trace only the left half of the apple. Flip the template and align the curve of the apple to the already traced line. Trace another half of the apple. Cut out the egg-like shape and adhere it to the middle of the already adhered apple shape.

Step 4: Trace the outside of the stem shape using a pencil on Rich Brown Solid Cardstock. Cut out the stem and adhere it to the pumpkin.

Step 5: Using the Hello, Autumn Journal Template, trace chevron shape using the Navy Dual-Tip Pen on the left top and right bottom of the base.

Step 6: Add stickers and foiled embellishments, using Foam Squares on some for added dimension.

What types of creative crafts will you carve up with this pumpkin scrapbook layout? Let us know in the comments below!

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