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Circle Round Up

Happy Monday everyone! It’s time for another installment of Circle Round Up.

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Circle Round Up is all about using the different elements that are listed in the circle diagram and using them on your page. ┬áThis is very helpful when you have all kinds of scrappy goodness laying in front of you from your SBC kits and you don’t know where to begin!

Here’s a look at what I came up with…

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I took the first element, Dark Base Paper, and added my photos to it.  Then I added a few stamps and some Basic Grey Highline Mini Alphas as the Quirky Elements from the main kit on my page.

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I added some Amy Tan Rub ons from the My Fave Add-On kit as my Add-On element.

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And for the last element in the Circle Round Up, Teeny Tiny Pieces, I used some Webster’s Pages Photo Corners on my photo and Amy Tan Puffy Stickers around my journaling.

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So the next time you feel overwhelmed by all of the amazing goodies in the May kits, try using the Circle Round Up as a starting point for you next project. Using it will help your page come together in a snap.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great week!

Who needs paper?

I’m a simple scrapper at heart. Sure, I sometimes deviate from my usual style of scrapping but in the end, I always come back to the simple style. That’s why I love this card so much. White cardstock (Bazzill in Lily White is my favourite!), a few stickers and rub-ons can give you a stunning card. No need for pattern paper! Give it a shot, I’m sure you’ll love it!

Having Fun w/Rub-Ons

I’ve been playing with the Kaiser rub-ons that are included in this month’s kit and have discovered that I’ve found a new favorite! These rubs are super easy to work with and are even easier to get an even and complete transfer. I know in my experience with rub-ons certain brands can either crack or be extremely difficult to transfer on to the paper, I’m happy to report that this is not the case with Kaiser rubs! For a fast and easy card I simply used patterned papers (from the October kit) and applied rub-ons over them in place of using a stamped image or other embellishment and it turned it pretty classy!

Are you wondering what to do with all the little tags that were included in this month’s kit? Why not incorporate them in on the design of your layout by using your rub-ons on them? A super easy and fun way to embellish your page!

Can’t wait to see what you do with your rubs!

-Jen Davis