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Study Hall- Folding Paper

 

What do you do when you have a piece of patterned paper and you love BOTH sides of it?   Well all I did was fold a corner over and was able to create an interesting design AND see both prints at the same time!

 

I like that the colors on this paper were boyish, and I thought that the blue polka dots would be a good contrast to the bright and colorful “watercolor” side of the paper.  I initially had the fold on the bottom and the photos on the patterned paper, but thought that the photos stood out better on their own in the corner on the white background.  (I also love that the colors in my photo go so well with the colors in the prints!)

 

For my embellishments, I also stuck with the same color palette and used some of the 3×4 cut aparts, the die cuts, and even pieces of this month’s exclusive printable.

 

 

And the gold foiled elements add the perfect sheen to the page, too!

You can watch how I created this page from start to finish here:

Hope you are enjoying working with your kits!


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LOVE Layout | Stephanie

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Happy December Cliqueys!! Today I have a fun way to add texture to your scrapbook layouts simply by using large die cuts.

 

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For this layout I used December’s butterfly cut files from the Clique Kits Digital Store and sized them to be relatively big… one sized small, one medium and one large. I also cut this gorgeous blue pattern paper down about 1 inch on each side and added more of the black paint splatters for added texture. I adhered the butterflies in their centers so I could pop up the wings and give the page more dimension.

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I cut these flower groups out of some of the journal cards to create my own ephemera so the colors and sizes matched what I was going for and also used a black pen to create little stitches on the bottom and top of the pattern paper edges.

 

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The title is also from a journal card that I cut up and mounted using dimensional adhesive. Do you ever cut apart journal cards to create something new with their designs?

Thanks for stopping by all! Much love!

Xo, Stephanie

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