One Page Fall Scrapbook Layout

Having a little time to myself today, I was able to squeeze in some catch up time with a good friend today.  We were supposed to have a scrapbooking day over our Christmas break, but unfortunately her appendix had other plans and she ended up having to stay in the hospital for a couple of days.  So since we had today off work, we scheduled us a scrap day.  She was able to get a lot more pages finished than me today, but at least I was able to come up with a couple of single page layouts to share with you.  I am also working on pages for our next scrappin' meeting in less than two weeks.  No pressure :)

Stamps: Gently Falling (I love this set. I have used it so much this year.)
Ink:  More Mustard, Early Espresso, Riding Hood Red
Cardstock: Real Red, Bashful Blue, Very Vanilla, Whisper White
Accessories:  Photo Corner Punch, More Mustard Scalloped Ribbon, SNAIL, die cut letters

When I was cutting my fall letters, I didn't want to use very vanilla or whisper white because of the blending into the backing of the favorites piece.  I also didn't want to just cut them out of more mustard, just to plain for me.  So I decided to cut the letters in very vanilla and then I took the inside stamps for the gently falling set and stamped over the letters in more mustard giving me a textured look.  I just love how it came out.  Also I decided to use small strips as a journaling effect instead of a typical journaling block.  It just helps keep the eye flowing on the page.
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