If you're anything like me you are always looking for ways to add seasonal touches to your home without spending much (or any) money. Like many of you, I have oodles of scrapbook paper. To be honest it's probably more than I could ever use. So when I wanted to add a little more fall to the house without a trip to the store I headed straight to the scrapbook paper.
I started with three little pumpkins I cut with my Cricut, a piece of 12 X 12 scrapbook paper and a frame I had (part of my 90% off haul from Michaels a few weeks ago).
If you have a Cricut, the 'Stretch your Imagination' cartridge is fantastic for seasonal die cuts - it's filled with really cute images for every holiday and season.
I glued the three little pumpkins to the scrapbook paper (cut to 5X7) and put it in the frame (which ended up costing me 69 cents!) I love the way it turned out and am deciding where to put it - it will possibly go on the mantel or in the kitchen window or I may incorporate it into my fall table scape.
Oh, the possibilities...