Friday, 15 July 2016

Leanne | Good Fellows Layout...

Happy Friday Friends! It's Leanne here to day to share with you, another creative project using the new Fancy Pants Good Fellows collection! Today I've put together a simple 8.5x11 scrapbook page using the Good Fellows 6x6 mini paper pad. Of course, I've used other fun coordinating embellishments from the collection to help colour match and enhance the story, but the strips of paper on this layout have been disguised to work as a larger piece than it was intended for! If that makes sense! *grin*

Here's what I created... 

"Happy Cake Day"

I am loving the versatility with this paper collection. And, it's definite masculine appeal doesn't have to be restricted to the humble Father's Day project. For this page, I've created a birthday theme. Something to celebrate the boys!

As already mentioned, the paper strips have been trimmed from the mini paper pad. The join has been hidden beneath the photo and the die cut ephemera paper pieces.  


The paper fringe (something that is trending right now) was also created from the mini paper pad. To recreate this look yourself, trim a 2x6 paper strip and score a line down the middle length. Using your scissors, snip intervals of paper up to the score line, along the length. Slip the uncut edge beneath another paper strip.


To add depth to some of the die cut clusters, mount one or two piece with foam tape.


Complete your layout by creating your own kraft tag (kraft paper found in the mini paper pad) and type/journal the details on it to slip beneath your photo. The silver foil paper has been used with a Big Shot die and added as part of the title alphas.


Thanks for visiting. I hope this page has helped inspire you to not overlook the mini paper pads and the number of different projects you can use them for..x

Sassy Supplies:

Good Fellows 6x6 Paper Pad Good Fellows Ephemera Die-CutsGood Fellows Puffy Dot StickersGood Fellows Silver Foil Paper 12x12Good Fellows Puffy Light Blue Alpha StickersPaint Grass Green


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