Holiday Tradition – Monthly Scrapbooking Blog Hop

It is that time again! My monthly blog hop for Scrapbooking. This month’s theme is Holiday Tradition.

For those of you that do not know what a Blog Hop is, let me explain. Monthly, I will be posting a set of scrapbook pages and then a link to the next blog for you to see their pages. If you click on each link, you will eventually be brought back to my page, and that way you will know you saw them all. Or you can click the names listed below to go to each blog separately. I hope you enjoy this monthly feature on my blog.

Please comment and give me feedback. I want my blog to be a place where you can come and get inspired!

I started off by drawing some letters with my Black Stampin Write Marker on a piece of Gilded Autumn Specialty Designer Series Paper. I really love the color of this particular sheet. It coordinates nicely with Cajun Craze Cardstock. And the gold foiling on the pumpkins just pops off these letters.

I then fussy cut them out using my Paper Snips. Once cut, I placed the letters at the top of the Sahara Sand 12 x 12 piece of cardstock, which comes in the Neutrals 12 x 12 Cardstock pack.

I then added a stamped image that was colored in with Stampin Blends in Crumb Cake, Mango Melody, and Pumpkin Pie. Isn’t this owl from the Have Hoot stamp set just adorable! This set comes in a bundle with matching dies.

Next, I stamped the other owl images and then masked them with a piece of Post-it note, that way I could sponge color all over them. The colors used to sponge were Basic Gray and Misty Moonlight Classic Inks.

Using the Layering Oval Dies, I cut 3 of each size and attached them together to make pumpkins. Aren’t they just adorable?!

The left side page Layout has the word Pumpkin and the Vampire Owl from Have a Hoot stamp set.

The right side page layout has the word Carving and the Scaredy Owl from Have a Hoot stamp set. I also placed the finished pumpkins that were sponged in Pumpkin Pie Classic Ink in the bottom corner. They turned out so great! I also added a small matted area for journaling.

Here are closeups of the page elements.

Here is the finished pages side by side.

I hope you enjoyed my take of Holiday Tradition.

Please click the picture that says next stop to go to the next blog and see the scrapbook pages. There are three of us in this blog hop.

(6) Comments

  1. What a fun layout! So many grand ideas for building these perfect pages!

    1. scrapbookteacher says:

      Thank you so much for the feedback 🙂

  2. I love the Pumpkin Carving pages. Cutting the letters from the gorgeous embossed paper is brilliant.

    1. scrapbookteacher says:

      Thank you so much Ann. Glad you liked it! 🙂

  3. Always so creative and inspiring! I love your work!

    1. Inky Hands Warm Hearts says:

      Thank you Lee! <3

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