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Turn the Page: Rolling Paper Edges

Roll the edges of your papers and get ready to Turn the Page to a brand new collection by Pink Paislee and Paige Evans. @pinkpaislee @abstractinspiration #pinkpaislee #abstractinspiration #ppturnthepage #scrapbook #scrapbooking #patternpaper

Hello scrappy friends! It’s Zinia here and I’m back to share with you my very first layout using the gorgeous Turn the Page collection. This collection is seriously one of my all-time favorites. I am madly in love with the typography, designs, and theme of Turn the Page. Not to mention all the amazing embellishments that are included!


When I first started working with the collection I didn’t know where to start with all the amazing elements. I just wanted to use everything! To make the decision easier, I went for a literal approach. So since the collection is called Turn the page, I rolled the edges of my papers as if I was about to turn the page.


This rolling technique is really fun because you can see both sides of the patterned paper and create really interesting color combinations.


Since these paper layers are part of the background I used subtle patterns, mostly monochromatic, so that everything is nice and balanced.


To embellish the page I used a mix of ephemera, chipboard, and puffy stickers. Again I intentionally limited my options to simplify the process. You can go crazy with embellishments if you want, but I chose to keep things light so that I didn’t cover the whole page with decorations.


I hope you had some fun and got inspired to create a beautiful project with your Turn the Page supplies! Make sure to give this rolling edges technique a go and use your paper stash in interesting ways. Until next time, have a wonderful crafty day!

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One Response to "Turn the Page: Rolling Paper Edges"

  • Katie Phillips
    August 8, 2017 - 11:41 am

    So cute! This is a great solution to the, “I love both sides of this sheet,” dilemma!