Craft Classes Designer Series Paper Journaling Leaves Scrapbooking Stampin' Up! Technique

Forever Fern Journal Spread

Journal spread using Forever Fern Bundle from Stampin' Up! and handstamped stickers from Alphacrafts. It's a 2 page spread that has cut-out leaves, owl and Designer Series Paper (DSP) background.
Journal spread made by alphacrafts

Today we’re using the Forever Fern stamp set and its’ coordinating Forever Flourishing Dies for a journal spread.

Have you ever tried using stamp sets and dies outside card making? I love using them for project beyond card making, especially for journal spreads.

Below, you will notice that I made a leaf out of a stamped image, a vellum leaf and a card stock leaf. I layered the 3 leaves and attached it with washi tape.

Close up photo of Forever Fern Bundle leaves arranged into a bouquet for a journal spread.

Below, I attached an owl to the stamped leaf.

Combination of Forever Fern Bundle from Stampin' Up! and Parisian inspired handstamped stickers from Alphacrafts., used in a journal spread.

These are just a few ways you can use the stamp set and dies to layer leaves on your journal spread.

There are other things that you can add to your spread. I used Designer Series Paper (DSP) to add colour and also washi tape as my adhesive. You can also embellish with stickers if you wish.

Which leaves from the Forever Flourishing dies and Forever Fern stamp set will you use? I’m excited to know how you’ll be layering your leaves. What other materials will you be using for your journal? Will you be using Designer Series Paper (DSP) too?

Here is a list of materials I used:

I hope that you enjoyed this Forever Fern journal inspiration and that you’ll give it a go.

Would you like to learn how to make journal spreads in class? Let me know so we can organise one for you. Bring along your friends too so you can share the experience.

Are you also looking for other fun papercraft projects? Check out my events page and book in. There’s always something new to learn.

Sharing is caring...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *