The My Little Christmas Tree scrapbook page designed by Jennifer Schmidt was inspired by the photos of her son with his own little tree this Christmas. To go along with the photos, Jennifer designed a subway art inspired graphic to print as an embellishment for the scrapbook page. Jennifer has shared this art with About.com Scrapbooking readers and you can find it with a green background and also with a black background on the next two pages of this article.
Supplies Used on This Scrapbook Page:
Pattern Paper from the We R Memory Keepers Yuletide Collection and Layered Chipboard Tags also from the We R Memory Keepers Yuletide Collection; Chipboard Letters from The Paper Studio; Chipboard Letters with foil from the Artsy-licious line by Chatter Box; Solid Cardstock from We R Memory Keepers; and journaling using the Epson Label Maker.
To download this free subway art inspired graphic to use on your next scrapbook page, be sure to click to the next two pages of this article. The last page also has a list of ideas for using printed subway art for your scrapbook pages and greeting cards.
For more Christmas scrapbooking ideas be sure to read these articles:
Christmas Quotes for Cards and Scrapbook Pages - Sometimes the perfect words for your cards or pages are quotes from someone else. This collection will inspire your next paper craft project.
Free Christmas Paper Piecing Patterns - This collection of free paper piecing patterns includes designs for holiday ornaments, a santa sleigh, a lovely poinsettia, and more.
9 Ways to Make Christmas Trees for Your Pages and Cards - This gallery of ideas for making Christmas trees includes a ribbon tree, a button tree, a text tree, and more.