June 3, 2013

SCRAPBOOKING WITH 6*6 PAPERS- GLITZ "UNCHARTED WATERS"

Some collections are so pretty, that you just want to have all the patterned paper. A 6*6 pad is a great way to get all those patterns without having to buy every 12*12 paper. If you're a card maker, then this is an especially good choice, since the patterns are scaled down. But I find that also as a scrapbooker (and I scrap only 12*12 pages, or 12*12 divided page protectors) they are just so easy to use. So for this layout I used 3 patterned papers from the Glitz Uncharted Waters collection. I cut two of them so I could "stretch" them to look like they are longer than 6 inches (in real life that teal paper is actually glued straight to the page... The paper was just a bit warped when I took the picture).


The embellishments are quite simple, and I was happy to discover that the colors in this great sticker sheet from Amy Tan's latest collection "Yes, Please", go really well with the colors in Uncharted Waters. So I made three small clusters of embellishments, using stickers and a cute stamped camera (that came with a SC kit), surrounding the pictures. I added the title, a bit of journalying, and, of course... sequins. Can't do without some of those!



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9 comments:

  1. Love this - I really need to start using my 6x6 paper.

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  2. Fun way to stretch out your 6x6 papers! This is super cute. :)

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  3. I love how you used the 6x6 papers and the embellishments are perfect. Beautiful page!

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  4. Love how you stretched those 6x6 papers! Pretty page!

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  5. 6x6 paper pads are the best of both worlds!! :D Love your layout Irit!

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  6. Great page, love how you used the 6x6 paper pad :)

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  7. Great use of the 6x6 papers. I must pull out my stacks. Love how you repeated your clusters.

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  8. I love how you 'stretched' the paper. And the cute camera stamp looks awesome too! I absolutely love the Uncharted Waters collection, I bought tons of it and only have scraps left now! x

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