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Paper Pads: Play On Layout

See why @craftyjenschow loves paper pads and her fave ways to use them!

Hello again! It’s Jen Schow here to share a few of my favorite things about the Pink Paislee paper pads. First of all, I love that many of the papers in both the 6×6 and 12×12 paper pads have foil accents – awesome! My other fave is the fact that I don’t feel as bad cutting into papers from a pad – especially the 6×6 papers.

See why @craftyjenschow loves paper pads and her fave ways to use them!

For this layout I chose one of the gold foiled patterned papers from the Turn the PageĀ 12×12 paper pad for my background and punched circles and pinked circles from a variety of patterns found in the Turn the Page, Pick-Me-Up, Wild Child, and Confetti Wishes 6×6 paper pads. The smaller patterns found in the 6×6 paper pads work great for small punches because the pattern is scaled down.

See why @craftyjenschow loves paper pads and her fave ways to use them!

I layered up my punched circles and used dimensional adhesive to pop up the circles on top. I ended up adding my journaling in three of the circles and added puffy stickers, flat stickers, and some sequins from the haberdashery kit in the Pick-Me-Up collection.

See why @craftyjenschow loves paper pads and her fave ways to use them!

I added a bit of gesso to the background to tone it down and I loved the way the circles fit right into the pattern!

See why @craftyjenschow loves paper pads and her fave ways to use them!

I added my title using a combination of Thickers from the Wild Child and the Turn the Page collections. I liked adding some of the funky musical die cuts and puffy stickers from the Wild Child collections too!

You can see how it came together in the video…

So what’s your favorite way to use paper pads? Please share!

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