Woodland motifs are trendy and they’re great for scrapbook page storytelling of outdoor scenes, holidays, and child’s play. There’s plenty of woodland inspiration to be found in decor, storybooks, stationery, and even fashion.
These Get It Scrapped articles show you exactly how we’ve put the woodland motif to work on scrapbook pages:
- Scrapbook Layout Designs Inspired by Woodland Scenes
- What’s Your Motif? Ideas for Using Critters on Your Scrapbook Pages
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Michelle Houghton was inspired by this fox face ornament from Poppy Haus that she found pinned to the Get It Scrapped Woodland Motif Board. She created her own fox face collage accent for a page about her family’s December 2013 “theme song.”
Michelle says, “After attending the Craft Hobby Association event this past January I realized that woodland creatures are going to be everywhere in the crafting community this year. There were fox, deer and squirrels all over the manufacturer’s booths. The Get It Scrapped Woodland Motif Board offers a great look at the wide range of woodland animals and styles that are popular right now.”
Pick an image that speaks to you from the Get It Scrapped Woodland Motif Board, use the links and inspiration above for examples, and put the woodland motif to work on your next page.
Michelle Houghton is a wife, mother and artist living in Iowa. Even before she began scrapbooking, she was a lifelong artist, majoring in Fine Arts at the University of Oregon and then teaching high school art for 7 years. Michelle has been scrapbooking for more than 15 years and she enjoys adding her own art, doodles and handmade elements to her pages for a one-of-a-kind look.
Michelle teaches doodling, Copics, handlettering and more in her classes at Creative Passion and at workshops throughout the midwest. She also writes tutorials for Get It Scrapped!