Simple Stories Exclusive Papers: How We Used Them

We are so excited to share our exclusive Simple Stories/Cocoa Daisy collaborated papers with you, here’s a few of the ways the Design Team used them, so awesome!

Christine made a card: 

Laina used one of the 4×6 pieces as a background:

Alissa used them for her Project Life, I love that she took a 4×6 and cut it to fit two 2×3 pockets, so many ways to work these papers:

Anna combined a few of them to make a mat for her photo and journaling:

Denise used one of the journaling cards as just that, a journaling card! I love how she captured a teen’s focus with the pie chart, cool idea.

Emily went rogue and used the lovely teal ledger B side of one of the papers. She only wished she’d had two of that sheet because she could have used some of the Elements side too…

Jaime fussy cut one of the polaroids out and used it as an embellishment in her design:

Jody used one of the 3×2 Elements as a house for her date:

Kim added her’s to a card and then punched out part of it, you don’t have you use them as expected!

Lisa used a 4×6 to house her title and photo as well, but got a completely different look:

Mandie cut out a single HAPPY arrow tab from one of the 4×6 elements to use as a directional embellishment, I love how many different uses this card had!

Mandy Kay used one of the 2×3 Elements as one of her “pictures” on this page. Who says you need to frame only photos?

And there you have it, just a few of the ways our Designers used the fun papers from Simple Stories. So you can go all out with Project Life, or you can easily incorporate the same Elements into you traditional scrapbooking style. I love versatility so much!

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5 Comments

  1. Sue D

    Wonderful layouts and cards with these papers.

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  2. Bernice J

    These are so cute…thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. Lisa P

    Love this new team up with Simple Stories. Great inspiration today.

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  4. Brenda

    Love all of the inspiration – thanks for sharing!

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  5. {vicki}

    write.click.scrapbook sent me over

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