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Gingerbread House Scrapbooking Layout

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One of the things I really look forward to around Christmas is the wonderful smelll of holiday baking! When I was little we made a gingerbread house every year and this layout is a reflection of those special memories. This layout took about 25 minutes to make. I used 1 picture and a variety of die cuts and stickers. There is lots of room left for journaling.

Gingerbread House Scrapbooking Layout

Scrapbook Supplies

• Brown patterned photo mounting paper
•2 gingerbread men die cuts (1 big, 1 small)
• 2 gingerbread women die cuts (1 big, 1 small)
• 8 cooking theme stickers
• Double sided adhesive

Scrapbook Tools

• Personal Trimmer
• Scissors
• Ruler

Scrapbooking Notes:

I cut around the gingerbread house in the photo because there was a lot of unnecessary white space around it in the photo that I didn't want to be part of my scrapbooking page. I arranged the photo of the gingerbread house in the center of the page because it is the center of the layout. In the top right hand corner of the page I attached a small gingerbread man and a large gingerbread woman to continue the gingerbread theme. I repeated this in the opposite corner of the page with a large gingerbread man and a small gingerbread woman. To fill in the space around the gingerbread house I attached stickers related to the making of gingerbread (cookbook, flour canister, bowl, sugar canister, wooden spoon, measuring spoons (2) and a rolling pin). These stickers form a loose frame around the gingerbread house. The remaining space on the page can be used for journaling.


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