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The Beautiful collection was the perfect choice for scrapping these photos of my daughter and her Senior Prom date. It's the perfect blend of class and elegance!

I used this large chipboard phrase as my page title, and then fussy-cut the clipboard and feathers from the 3x4 Elements paper as layers behind it. 

I also cut out the large dots from the Simply Wonderful paper to tuck in between the 6x8 paper layers behind the photo. Die cut vellum feathers add more texture.


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Hi Everyone! Jana Eubank here. One of my very favorite techniques to use on a scrapbook page is fussy-cutting. On today's page, I did just that! I used my scissors to trim the florals from the Follow Your Heart paper of the Beautiful collection.

I also fussy-cut the title word from a page of the 6x8 paper pad.

I used the florals as page elements by adding them to the layout in a visual triangle.

Do you spot what design elements I used as a second visual triangle on this page?

Yes! That's right! The hearts and doodled flower stickers.

Have you tried fussy-cutting lately? It's a lot of fun and a great way to add a custom feel to your projects!


Hi, Everyone! Jana Eubank here. Autumn is my favorite time of year to take photos and my favorite time of year to scrapbook. It's a time of getting together with friends and family and a time to count them as your blessings.
The unique color combination of the Vintage Blessings collection made scrapping the photos below especially fun. Not only does it include my favorite fall colors of red, orange, yellow, brown and green ... but it feels fresh and exciting with the addition of pink and aqua! 
It's no secret that I adore patterned paper and like a colorful fall quilt, had a blast combining together several patterns together with stitching on this page.
I began with a trio of patterns down the left side of the page. I added a punched olive green border and machine stitching in between each strip. 
I used more strips of patterned paper behind my family photo and the title, dovetailing the ends of each strip to look like a series of banners stacked on top of one another.
I handcut several doilies from the Home Sweet Home paper to use as anchors for the different clusters of die cuts and chipboard pieces on each side of the title.
At the top of the page, you will see more handcut doilies peeking out from behind the tabs and phrases.
One of the highlights for me last year was making some new scrapbook friends through a Facebook group. We live about an hour away from one another, but made plans to get together and scrapbook. We had such a great time!
Fall is the season of textures, right?! It has been awhile since I have used my patterned scissors and thought it would be the perfect time to add that extra bit detail to this page by edging the large patterned paper circle with a pinked edge.
I ran the title across the seam of the two photos, accenting it with a couple of flower die cuts from the Bits & Pieces and a few enamel dots.
I cut the artisan label shape from one of the cards on the 4x6 Vertical Elements paper to use for my journaling. I added a flower die cut with foam squares over the area where I had to cut along the shape.
Below the journaling I created a happy little scene with a house, tree, and two die cut tickets. Like the ticket says we did all "gather together" at my house for a night of fun!
Have you made plans to get together with your friends and family this season? If not, come up with a reason to gather ... and then be sure to take some photos with the people you love. You will count them among your blessings as you go to scrapbook those memories in the future.