Scrapbooking with Paper Pumpkin with Video

Scrapbooking Sundays

Scrapbooking is a way to tell a visual story, versus a cardmaking project that we send to someone we care about. Today i am scrapbooking with Paper Pumpkin supplies. Many cardmaking supplies cross over into scrapbooking and vice versa, so it’s a natural progression to work in both mediums.

During the month of July, I will feature a scrapbook page design every Sunday. If you like this series, please be sure to comment on this blog post and I will keep the series going indefinitely.

June Paper Pumpkin Alternative

Pocket Style Page



measurements for this project:

All paper was cut down to fit inside the pockets (of varying sizes)


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June Paper Pumpkin kit and watermelons

Summertime and watermelons go hand in hand. The June Paper Pumpkin Kit, called One in a Melon, is a perfect setup for creating watermelon themed projects. Whether you complete the project as originally designed or you depart in the work of creative license, it’s a nice break to work on a project. In these scrapbook pages, I have used some of the components from the kit during an afternoon of scrapbooking.

By using one of the paper bags, I die cut a watermelon rind panel that works great as a photo background. This keeps with and carries the summer theme throughout the project. There were also an entire sheet of stickers in the kit that I used to create a background for one of the watercolored banners. I can write some notes on this section perfectly! For a closer look at constructing the page, check out the instructional video at the links below to my YouTube Channel.


For a visual demonstration of this project, CLICK here to watch to watch on YouTube or watch below


Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂


Don’t miss out on July’s promotions of Bonus Days and Christmas in July. These are once a year opportunities to both take advantage of the perks offered to Stampin Up Demonstrators and get a discount coupon too!


I hope to bring you a scrapbook project each Sunday. If you like this series, please be sure to let me know by commenting on my blog post and liking my YouTube video. I will keep the ideas coming, so long as there is interest. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I’m glad you are here 🙂

-Jenny Hall

YOUR Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator


This just in from the North Pole! Santa Claus is coming to town a little early this year, and he’s decided to drop off a few Starter Kit gifts for Stampin’ Up! demonstrators who join during the month of July—including the Carols of Christmas Stamp Set from the 2017 holiday catalog and a fabulous Essentials Gift Pack.

Ho, ho, ho! Our Christmas in July promotion makes it easier than ever to sign up to be a demonstrator! You will receive a FREE Essentials Gift Pack including Paper Snips, SNAIL Adhesive, Grid Paper, two D Blocks (one for you and one for a stamping friend!), and a Bone Folder. That’s an added value of $52 US/$68 CAN! And to give you a taste of the perks of being a demonstrator, we will also include the Carols of Christmas Stamp Set from the holiday catalog for FREE ($20 US/$26 CAN)! With so many basic items provided for you, you’ll be able to get your brand, new business off to a fast start—and spend your Starter Kit dollars on things like your favorite stamp sets and accessories!

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In answer to many questions, yes I am a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and YES you can join my team. I have a non-geographical team, which means you can live anywhere in the US and participate on my team. I hold monthly meetings via FaceBook LIVE in which you assemble a prepared project. Now is the best time to join as a hobby demo.

It’s a win=win for you !




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  1. Love your layout! I am more of a scrapbooker than a cardmaker. I love the simplicity of pocket pages but good old fashioned scrapbook page layouts have my heart! Thanks for sharing!

    • Hi, Tina! My boys love seeing the end result of a full page. They think the pockets are fun too. But I’m with you, nothing like a good 12×12. Thanks for stopping by 🙂 -Jenny

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