Friday, March 15, 2019

Paper Bag Turkey 11/2016

Again working on some scrapbooking, this time from 2106.  A paper bag Turkey even held by the girls school.

 I started off by cutting in half a Design D page protector from Becky Higgins Project Life brand.
 I am feeling the square corners look here lately so I trimmed my photos 3X4 for the inside spots.
 I am using some pattern paper from Micheal's Craft Store and I also cut that down to 3X4.

I am thinking about using the Journal/Filler card.
 I am using some word stickers to adorn my photos as embellishments.

I also used a teach die from Simon Says Stamp to cut out some of the blue pattern paper.
 Here is that filler 3X4 card from the pattern paper pack that I decided to cover the words with stickers.

I liked the blue but not the font in the end.
 Some of the pattern paper and stickers to go with my hand written journaling.

I like to mix typing out my journaling and hand writing it to give variation and preserve my hand writing for the girls and their generations to see.
Finished first side.

 Sticker accent, Close up.
 Sticker accent, Close up.
Second side of layout.

Sticker accent, Close up.
 Sticker accent, Close up.
The various stickers I used from my stash.

Some basic supplies I use I purchase from Hobby Lobby or Micheal’s with coupons or on sale
Hobby Lobby brand is called The Paper Studio
their website is
Micheal’s brand is called Recollections
their website is
- a 12X12 pattern paper pad, fall style, their brand
Target Store site
Joanns Craft Store Site

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These ARE NOT affliate links, no way involved with these company’s, I just love their products. These are links to their stores.

My Big Shot, Gemin Junior, Fiskars Faper Trimmer, bone folder, and other adhesives (double sided adhesive, Tombow Mono Liquid Glue, Scotch Tape, glue dots, fun foam, foam dots).can be purchased at your local or online craft supply places.

To purchase from Becky Higgins the Project Life stuff click here
- Design D cut in half

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