The leaves are falling. The air is cooler. The days are shorter. Fall is in the air. This week, the theme is Inspired by Fall.
Need an easy and fun way to store your children's fall-themed art? Look no further! Leah Farquharson has a great solution:
Supplies: Waterfront Park Paper (35229) - City Park, Mountain Park Paper (35231) - City Park, Forest Gardens Paper (35226) - City Park, Golden Gate Park Paper (35244) - City Park, Skyline Park Paper (35235) - City Park, Royal Gardens Paper (35234) - City Park, City Park (61733) - Mixtape, City Park Long Decorative Tags (77245) - Bits, Fantastic Limeade (53109) - Thickers, Gazebo (42176) - Remarks Dimensional Stickers, Chickadee (42567) - Remarks, Black Fine (62001) - Slickwriter, Dimensional Tabs (61710) - This to That
Leah says, "As a mother of a preschooler, I really adore all the autumn crafts they put together. Year after year those cute little crafts never get old. The handprint turkeys, leaves, and tree trunks all decorate the walls of our home for these few months, and this year I wanted to find a way to bring that into my scrapbook. Our little guy was only too happy to lend his hand for my tree trunk. I made sure to take some pictures of him creating his school project, and before I finished, decided that his original piece of artwork should be included in a pocket created from cardstock on the back of my project! I'm always looking for ways to keep bits and pieces of our boys' projects in an organized way!"
And here is a card also made by Leah:
Supplies: 12x12 Cherry Cardstock (71026) - AC Cardstock, 12x12 Chestnut Cardstock (71047) - AC Cardstock, Elated Iris Paper (35257) - Dear Lizzy Enchanted, Barbara R. Bones Paper (35188) - Boo!, Forest Gardens Paper (35226) - City Park, Bliss Accents Multi (53034) - Thickers, Gazebo (42176) - Remarks Dimensional Stickers, Dimensional Tabs (61710) - This to That
Leah says, "I saw this card sentiment in the greeting card aisle and thought is was just too cute - perfect for a little "pick-me-up" surprise for a special someone!"
Great projects Leah! I'm definitely inspired!