Baby Scrapbook Page

Here is another layout that the fair judge refused to look at… I thought it was unique and would be different from the everyday pastel baby pages.  It would be perfect for a fall picture or first pumpkin picture.  My grandpa always used to call me Pumpkin Head… so, it all came together from there.

12 x 12 solid brown card stock
11.5” x 11.5” printed orange cardstock
6.75” x 3.75” solid medium orange card stock
3.25” x 3.25” solid medium orange card stock, cut 2
3.5” x 3.5” solid brown card stock, cut 2
3.75” x 3.75” solid light orange card stock, cut 2
5.25” x 7.25” solid medium orange card stock, cut 1
5.5” x 7.5” solid brown card stock, cut 1
5.75” x 7.75” solid light orange card stock, cut 1
1-1/4 inch card stock letters, spelling Pumpkin Head
3 various scraps of coordinating Fall paper
Oval punch
3 miniature clothes pins
3 white brads
3 flowers
Dark orange ink pad
Destresser tool
6 jewels
Paper cutter
Glue dots
Dimensional dots
*This seems like a lot of supplies, but I was able to get all the “smaller” cuts out of a single sheet of 12 x 12” paper*
  • Distress the edges of the 12 x 12” brown card stock, the 11.5” x 11.5” printed orange card stock, and the 6.75” x 3.75” solid orange rectangle.
  • Punch three ovals each from 2 different coordinating scraps (for a total of 6 ovals) and 5 ovals from the last piece of scrap
  • Ink all edges (including base pages)
  • Adhere mats together, creating a layered mat for a 5×7” picture and a layered mat for two 3 x 3” pictures.
  • Layer and glue ovals to create pumpkins, as shown above.
  • Adhere mats to page
  • Adhere pictures
  • Affix clothespins on pumpkins to be stems; adhere to page as shown using dimensional dots
  • Ink brads, allow to dry
  • Assemble flowers, using brads as center; adhere to page using glue dots.
  • Using a very small amount of adhesive (basically, a “smidgen”) adhere letters to orange rectangle.
  • Using sponge, lightly dab dark orange ink over letters to create a “reversed” look.
  • Remove letters and rub off any remaining adhesive
  • Attach title to page using dimensional dots; adhere gems to bottom left and right corners.

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  1. found u thru the naptime review moms monday mingle and follow thru GFC now!

  2. You get bored you are more than welcome to work on my kids scrapbooks. I have all the stuff just a ton of empty books. LOL. No time to do them…Maybe when all of them are in school I will get to them…

  3. Boo that the judge wouldn’t look at them! It is so cute! The little clothespins for the pumpkin stems is darling!!

    Thanks so much for linking up to the Mingle Blog Hop last week. Sorry it’s taken me so long to get over here, but I am following you back on Linky.

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