October Scrapbook Club Layouts

It’s time for Scrap Club again!  The Scrap Club meets the third Monday of each month, and that’s only two days away so I’m going to show you all three layouts here in one post.  Ready?

1st Scrapbook Layout

This layout uses Chocolate Chip, Pear Pizzazz, Peach Parfait and Whisper White.  I tried to use fall colors for this page but I think there is a large variety of pictures you could use on this page.  Think raking leaves, colorful trees, hayrides, pumpkin patch . . . .  Club members who wish to bring their pictures to class will need the following size pictures:

  • (1) 4″w x 6″h
  • (3) 3″ square
  • (3) 3″w x 6″h

2nd Scrapbook Layout

I tried for another fall colored layout here.  The colors don’t look quite right in the picture.  I used Cajun Craze, So Saffron, Very Vanilla and Cherry Cobbler.  Once again you could do pictures from any fall event very easily on this layout.  You will want pictures in the following sizes:

  • (2) 4″w x 6″h
  • (1) 6″w x 4″h

3rd Scrapbook Layout

And here’s our last layout.  You could do just about any event with these pages.  Kindergarten graduation, birthday, snow, princess, you name it!  The colors are Bashful Blue, Night of Navy and Brushed Silver.  The picture sizes are:

  • (3) 5″w x 3″h
  • (3) 4″w x 6″h

I look forward to seeing the Scrap Club members on Monday evening at the Mason-Dixon Library!  If you are interested in joining the club or giving it a try for one night please contact me, we have some openings for new members!


  1. Cute pages! Looks like fun.

  2. Very nice pages. I do have a question. Can you upload your pictures in their original gigantic format so that when I click on them the picture enlarges? I have started doing that on my blog and it sure helps. You may not be able to do so, but I hope you can. I would love to see these pages up close and personal! :))))) Thanks for blessing my day. 🙂

  3. I am adding to the above – would love to see the Choochoo Barn bigger. Looks like a model RR layout and my husband is into N gauge. Bye again! 🙂

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