The Gather Together and Pumpkin Spice collections bring everything we love about autumn to the pages of a scrapbook, and they’re the ultimate canvas for your awesome fall memories. Not only can you create beautiful pages, but you can also create borders that add a little bit of (pumpkin) spice to said pages. Need some fall scrapbook border ideas? Read on to check out four unique borders!
Fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year, but it’s also one of the busiest. Between school starting, the holiday season and winterization projects, it’s hard to find enough free time to sit down and put all of the beautiful photos you’ve taken into a fall scrapbook layout. This is where the Gather Together Fast2Fab™ album comes in handy. Fast2Fab™ albums make it easier than ever to create a quick fall scrapbook layout that still looks absolutely stunning. You save time without sacrificing the quality of the finished project! If you need an easy-to-make fall scrapbook layout, check out what blog contributor Krislyn was able to create!
Do you have a layout that just doesn’t seem tied together yet? Try adding a border! Borders are a great way to drive home the theme of the layout and make everything look like it’s all on the same page (pun intended). If you’re creating autumn layouts and want to see how to make fall scrapbook borders, you’re in luck! The Garland and Pumpkins Border Maker Cartridges and On the Vine Border Punch will help you create fall scrapbook borders you can be proud of. Read on to learn how to make three borders with them!
The Essentials collection is all about adding old-school cool to your scrapbook layouts and projects. With a primary palette and papers decorated with classic geometric shapes, you can create blast-from-the-past vintage borders with a modern edge. Read on to learn how to make beautiful classic scrapbook borders for your favorite academic using the Essentials collection, plus get a BONUS outdoor-themed border using Essentials and Fanatic together!
The littlest moments oftentimes end up being the ones that we remember the most. These are the moments that bring little bits of joy and sunshine to every day. With this Secret Garden summer scrapbook layout, you can capture every little thing that brings sunshine to your day. Not only is this layout beautiful and enchanting to look at, but it’s also incredibly easy to make. Read on to learn how (and hint: the exclusive 12×12 Secret Garden Tone-on-Tone Paper Pack used in this layout is part of the Mystery Bag Promo that’s going on NOW – see below for details!).
Looking for a fun summer scrapbook layout full of color and character? This Mix & Match two-page layout gives you a vibrant canvas to display all of your summer photos in a fun and exciting way. Although there are a lot of layers to it, this Mix & Match layout is actually pretty simple to complete. Read on to learn how you can bring your summer scrapbook to life!
As the wind whips outside my window and a late-season blizzard descends on Minnesota, I’m staying nice and cozy inside with the new Little Lamb baby scrapbook collection spread out before me. What fun to have the sweetest farm and floral images and soft and cuddly colors and patterns of our new baby scrapbook products to play with! Snow schmoe!
Have you ever looked at one of your scrapbook layouts and thought to yourself that it needed a little… something to liven it up or make it complete? Borders are a great way to do that – and these scrapbook border designs may be just what you’ve been waiting for!
Think a standalone punch can only be used for creating individual cut-outs for your scrapbook layouts and projects? Think again! Creative Memories Independent Advisor Rachael DelVecchio came up with a genius idea this past weekend using the new Starburst Punch… check it out!
Have you seen the Timber, Stone and Cloth Paper Packs yet? I absolutely love how realistic the textures are! These border designs came about by indecision. So many shades and textures, how could I choose just a few? What if I laid strips of my favorites side by side, marquetry-style, and used the resulting patterns to create richly textured borders? Read on to see what I came up with!