As we head into fall, let's take a look at some of my favourite Halloween scrapbook pages and cards that I made prior to the life altering arson fire that my DH and I experienced nearly five years ago now.
September brings with it the return of that most beguilingly beautiful of seasons, autumn. If you're looking for some fun, creative, and unique sources of inspiration for your fall paper crafting, you'll love the list of 45 reasons to get creative this crunchy leaf season that I've put together here.
Discussing the British Columbia wildfire situation as it currently applies to our life and sharing a heartwarmingly fun "Born Halloween Lover" scrapbook page, complete with product list and how-to details.
It's high time I share scrapbook page here again. What better way to do just that - and to post my latest #MakeHalloween365 project - than with a sweetly spooky layout that celebrates a memorable Halloween night a few years back.
Earthy autumn tones, eye-catching pleated ribbon, and plenty of seasonal embellishments take center stage in this lovely fall time scrapbook layout.
90th birthdays come but once in a lifetime. To honour and celebrate my maternal grandma's, this post stars a scrapbook page with a photo of her as a young woman. It also taps into the colours and earthy warmth of fall to get the ball rolling on an exciting month of fall paper crafting projects.
What is AliExpress.com and how does this mega Chinese e-commerce website come into play for the paper crafting community?
It's Christmas in July care of this festive themed scrapbook page that celebrates the fact that Bing Crosby is the voice par excellence of holiday season music in my books.
Sequins and seed beads are fabulous, but if you've ever wanted to take your shaker card making to the next level or shake things up (pun intended) this post - which houses dozens of ideas for shaker card fillers - is for you!
An abundance of sweet, feminine, shabby chic elements and a multitude of layers combine to create this heartwarming scrapbook page starring a black and white photograph of my grandma loving holding me on her lap when I was but a wee babe.