Teaming Up With…

Hi, it’s Lisa here with our monthly ‘Teaming Up’ post.

This month a few of us have worked with the rather snazzy Pink Paislee – Hey Kid – Red Rover paper. It’s a 12×12 die cut paper and comes with the December Main Kit.

It is rather gorgeous before we even get our scrappy little paws on to it. Sometimes this can be rather daunting though. This can be one of those papers that just sits there to be stroked, but never gets cut.

Lets not do that though, lets’ have some fun with it.

I will now show you how we created using this paper, I will start with Jaime.

Jaime cut around this paper and turned it in to something beautiful and whimsical, just how Jaime does. Stunning!

Emily was really brave with her’s and well and truely got the scissors to it. I love how colourful this page is. Did you spot the little hand stitched star?

 

Mandie let the paper speak for itself and just added a cute photo, a little journaling, a title and some stamping. Great LO.

Sharmaine’s LO makes me smile so much : )

I just love everything about this. The badges, the thead, how she stamped on the Maya Road Chipboard Alphas and that photo. So cool!!

And I decided that I loved this paper so much I wanted it to be on display. So I’ve framed it ready for a Christmas gift for my sister.

So as you can see, there are endless possibilities using this paper.

Don’t be afraid to use it.

Have fun : )

 

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7 Comments

  1. Marti Richards

    I love that paper, Lisa! Love everyone’s take on using it- definitely frame worthy!

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  2. Ashley

    Love all of these projects!
    Sharmaine, that photo of your family is too adorable! I may have to remember that one in case we ever do a family photo shoot 🙂

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  3. Emily Pitts

    Really great look at all the different ways this paper ended up being used this month! Love it!

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  4. SuzMannecke

    I love all of the different takes on tho paper! Each one so unique and adorable! I have scrapped with this paper too! Will post in gallery soon! 🙂

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  5. Patricia Roebuck

    These are all so creative and amazing! Love each one…so inspired to use my kit.

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  6. Sarah M

    Love all the different uses for this paper!! I just made a layout with this one myself!

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  7. Lisa Flaherty (jjflair)

    This made me laugh because it is SO TRUE: “This can be one of those papers that just sits there to be stroked, but never gets cut.” 🙂

    Thank you for sharing so many great ways to use this lovely and unique sheet of paper. I promise I won’t let it hide in my CD box and go unused!

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