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Today I thought I would share a few layouts I created with the itty bitty pieces of pattern paper I saved from older Scrap Shotz monthly kits - I just can't seem to throw away the scraps!!!
One of the techniques I love to use is to create a "quilt block" around the focal point photo. I usually pick photos that have definite colours. As well, I mix and match larger and smaller patterns with bolder and subtle colours. The "quilt blocks" allow me to embellish with scraps too, using a layered approach because I just love dimension.
Supplies: Bazzill (cardstock); Jillibean Soup (pattern paper, die cuts, sticker numbers, phrase stickers); Little Yellow Bicycle (fabric border, dimensional die cut stickers); Basic Grey (chipboard alphas); Prima (gems); American Crafts (Slick writer)
As you know, I create layouts 2 at a time, usually. With a quick rotation and seeing all the extra squares I punched on my desk, I created this layout, also using a "quilt block" too.
Supplies: Bazzill (cardstock); Jillibean Soup (pattern paper, cardstock die cuts, journal spots, word phrases); Little Yellow Bicycle (fabric border, dimensional stickers); Basic Grey (chipboard alphas); American Crafts (Slick Writer)
How do you scrap with your scraps???