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Scraptastic Store: Washi Tape

12 x 12 chipboard Christmas ephemera January 2015 Madeline Fox Maggie Holmes mist Open Book Pink Paislee Scraptastic Store washi tape

It all started when I was placing two more rolls of tape on my washi tape holder. Horror of horrors, it was almost full! Yes, I have a love affair with washi tape. And no, I can't help myself! Determined to put a dent in my stash of pretty tapes, I created this vibrant Christmas tree of washi tape "flaps". Background cardstock was misted with gold and embellished with stars, and a transparency frame becomes a placeholder for the photo of our Christmas tree. The shiny gold deer (surely it must be a reindeer) is attached to the frame. The...

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For the love of Embellishments!

embellishments Jillibean Soup Leanne Allinson mist Scraptastic Club Scraptastic Kits Shake It Off Shake It Off add-on Shake It Off kit Shake It Off stamp set Tag

 Hello Friends!  It's Leanne here today and I wanted to share two quick and easy ways to enhance or create your own embellishments.   I absolutely adore the November Shake It Off kit and it already comes with gorgeous products to embellish your pages.  But sometimes I want to add a little extra something, just to make my layout feel complete.  Especially if it helps to relay the story I am documenting.     On this first layout, "You Had Me At Hello", I enhanced the Jillibean Soup mini placemat by misting it in a colour palette that suited my...

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Scraptastic Store: Monochromatic with Creative Agenda

12 x 12 arrows buttons Creative Agenda Echo Park flair Gossamer Blue Madeline Fox mist monochromatic Scraptastic Store stickers stitching Thickers

You can have it both ways with this fun and fabulous collection from Echo Park, designed by the very talented Kaitlyn Shaeffer, who also has a hand in creating many of our Scraptastic originals (flair, This Life Noted cards, stamp sets, printables, etc.)! The Creative Agenda papers are at once a riot of color; but, turn them over, and you'll see the calmer, more subtle patterned papers that I chose for this layout: On this otherwise monochromatic page, a few pops of red draw the eye from the top...to the middle...to the bottom. In between you'll find journaling, stickers from...

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