Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Guessing Game #9 - 6x6 Paper Play with April (again!)

Hi everyone, it's April again!  I'm back to share another layout I made using scraps from the October PL, PL Embellishment, and Patterned Paper Add-On kits!

The background paper, the pink strip at the top, and the grid tag are all pieces from the patterned paper add-on.  I love ordering the add-on because it gives you perfectly coordinated 12x12 paper that is especially helpful to use for layouts if you only get the PL kit (like me).

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I'm not sure if you can tell, but one of the layers under my picture is actually the front cover of the 6x6 pad.  I liked how it pictured a bunch of the different papers in the pack, and my goal was to make my pile of layers look really layered, so I used the cover.

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Some close-ups:

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Thanks for stopping by!  Have a great day! :)

9 comments:

  1. Me and my husband just had a paint date on Saturday...Im going to use this layout =) Thanks for the inspiration!

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    1. Did you two like it? I LOVED it! Haha! :) I'm glad you can use this layout! :)

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  2. It's the cover of the maggie Holmes crate paper pad
    Cute!

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    1. Good eye!!! It is! :) And thanks!

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  3. I never thought to use the covers from paper pads! Genius! Totally filing that idea away!

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    1. Haha! I use them all the time. I try to get as much as I can out of them! :) Glad you found that tip helpful! :)

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  4. Seriously, that is totally a gear idea using the cover...never crossed my mind before. Lol! I love that Maggie Holmes line, can't wait to play with this months kit!

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  5. Looks like you even used the cute tear strips from the pad! :) Those epoxy hearts have my heart for sure!

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  6. Love the Prima (?) heart enamel dots!! And what awesome layering with the 6x6 paper pad!

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