Fall Scrapbook Page Layout

This fall scrapbook page layout was a lot of fun and it didn’t take long at all! My plan is to make one of these for every month (and that’s been my plan for a while), so I’m happy to have finally finished my first one! The stand is super cute, and I love it because instead of having your scrapbook pages in a book, they are just always on display and you can change it for the seasons!

This fall scrapbook page layout that is cute and easy to make, but also interchangeable for all the different seasons!

I started out with these papers and some ribbon. Oh, and my Sam Adams Octoberfest, too, of course.

The first thing I did was cut the images to the size that I wanted, and with a corner punch, I rounded the edges of each picture.IMG_3530

I played around with the layout a bit to decide where I was going to put the wording that I wanted.IMG_3531Once I measured the space I had, it was time to cut! I cut the word November and the phrase ‘Give Thanks’ from my Cricut (using the Designer’s Calendar cartridge).

I saw the fork trick for bows on Pinterest and I decided this would be the perfect opportunity to try it! I was pleasantly surprised with how it came out! 🙂 If you have not seen or heard of the fork trick, Google “fork trick for bows” and you’ll see what I’m talking about. I just discovered it and it’s SO COOL!IMG_3536

Once I had all my words cut and my photos matted on card stock, I again played around with the layout. This one was cute, but you couldn’t really see the little butterfly that I wanted to add.IMG_3540

I finally decided on this! I love the way it came out and I love that it was a quick and easy craft!IMG_3545Tada! I have it on display in my entrance way on this little corner shelf. 🙂

IMG_3553Do you display your scrapbook pages?


  1. I love scrapbooking…unfortunately I have not had the time to do any lately. I’m hoping to carve out some time during Christmas break. i love your page! I never thought of displaying it!

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