Fun Fall Scrapbook Layout

Posted by Latrice Murphy

This scrapbook layout is simple with a huge emphasis on the photo. Check it out if you're looking for your next idea.

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I was inspired by the falling leaves so much in this photo that I wanted to bring that texture and feeling out of the photo and onto the paper. Let's get started!

Here's what you'll need

Kraft Cardstock

Echo Park Hocus Pocus Collection kit

Echo Park Dots & Stripes Fall Collection kit

Tombow Foam tape

Tombow MONO permanent adhesive

Fiskars paper trimmer

Fiskars Amplify scissors

Silhouette Die Cutting machine


Washi Tape

Computer for journaling

To get a jump start on today's layout, I die cut a bunch of leaves in different sizes using my Silhouette Cameo. I also pulled some cardstock and a piece of patterned paper.

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Place your kraft cardstock on the left. It is trimmed down to 7"x11.5". Then place the patterned paper on the right side overlapping. It measures 6"x11".

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Next, add some Foam tape to the backside of the photo. It is matted onto some kraft cardstock as well. I raised it since I knew that those leaves (from before) would be tucked under the edges.

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Here are the layered leaves all tucked under the left side of the photo. Even though the background cardstock and the photo mat are kraft cardstock, it's ok. The leaves break up the colors and add so much texture that I love!

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Here's a detailed shot of those gorgeous leaves. To make them curl a bit, I used my finger nail to curl the edges. You can also use a bone folder.

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I chose some simple large pearls and smaller ones, as well as some small stickers to add to the leaves and to sprinkle around the page.

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Lastly, I added some typed journaling as well as a title. The title was cut on the Silhouette and added with foam tape.

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This layout was a fun one. I love the texture of the wild leaves I created from patterned paper and layered!

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Go die cut something and get it on a page! It could be anything; leaves, butterflies, or snowflakes. Die cuts always make a huge impact with just a small amount of work. Happy Crafting!