Happy Monday! Today the Lawn Fawn Design Team is showcasing the brand new Sweater Weather Collection of patterned papers and embellishments.
I'm in love with mood/inspiration boards. I find them ultra-inspiring and I think that the design of some inspiration boards makes the perfect layout for a scrapbook page. I created an inspiration board using some of the Sweater Weather 6x6 patterned paper, 12x12 paper (background), Tag You're It die cut tags (some stamped with the Thank You Tags Stamp Set), canvas die cut leaves (made using the Stitched Leaves Lawn Cuts dies), Fall Leaves Wood Veneer shapes, stitched journaling cards, canvas polaroid frame (made with the Say Cheese Lawn Cuts die), Orchid Lawn Trimmings twine, washi tapes, a vellum envelope, sequins and badges (3 of them are from Sweater Weather).
I love laying out all the goodies before getting down to the business of creating.
The Tag You're It Lawn Cuts dies are some of my very favorite and most used Lawn Cuts dies. Super versatile and there are now three Lawn Fawn stamp sets that coordinate with this one die collection:
From my Lawn Fawn Fall Inspiration Board to this fun fall layout! I mostly kept to the supplies from the inspiration board but added in a few buttons, a wood frame, stamped date, etc. here and there.
Layering the stitched journaling cards, Tag You're It die cut tags, etc. really give a richer, more collage-type feel to the page. Adding those finishing details with some stamped, embossed and die cut tags, adding the die cut hole reinforcement and tying some of them together with ribbons, clips and twine add to the appeal of the design.
I'm a big fan of using phrases printed on ledger paper on my pages. I didn't have any fall-related ones so instead I created my own, by typing up several phrases in a word documenting program and printing them on notebook Sweater Weather 6x6 patterned paper. I cut them apart and added them about my page! Easy, customized phrase strips.
Texture played an important part in my page design and I incorporated canvas, wood veneer and ribbons.
I added cut-outs to a couple of the stitched journaling cards with the heart border from the same set and the larger heart from the Large Stitched Journaling Card Lawn Cuts dies. Backing them with vellum is one of my favorite ways to use cut-out style cards.
(Any products not linked below in the supplies are from my personal collection and are likely discontinued, retired or no longer available for purchase.)
More projects created with the Lawn Fawn Fall and Winter Release products: