The photos I scrapped are from almost 3 years ago and have been in my “to scrap” stash for just as long. But as I could never decide on the collection to use, they stayed there … until now!! Isn’t this collection just perfect?! And because I wanted to use every single B-side of all the papers in the collection, I decided to create a pie-chart so I could do just that. I love the result!
The title was cut with one of Kerri Bradford's cut files.
When I had added the machine stitching to my page (which is always the last thing I do), I decided my page looked too “clean” for the photos. So I grabbed my Imaginisce “D-Stress” tool and sanded the edges of my red-chequered back ground page and added a few paint splatters. And that did the trick!
Can’t wait to see what you’ll do with this collection!! If you use it, don’t forget to share your project on our facebook page so we can admire it too!
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Supplies: Imaginisce: patterned paper, die-cuts, sticker (Family Fun), brad daddies 16mm; American Crafts: cardstock (white) and foam letter Thickers; Bazzill Basics: cardstock (kraft); Studio Calico: Mister Huey’s color mist. Tools: Imaginisce I-Top tool, I-Top punch, D-Stress Cordless Engraver/Paper Edger tool; Silhouette Cameo; Aigger sewing machine.
And some photos the Family Fun collection:
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