At recent Salvation Army Crops I saw many of the girls there are using "Project Life" systems for their quick and easy scrapbooking. So I thought how could I use this with my Stampin' UP! products. I started looking at my designer paper and matching cardstock and knew I could do this.
I did purchase the plastic page protectors (not sure if that is the official name) from the Project Life group since that is what the women I scrap with use. I am sure there are may be different shapes but the ones I saw them use was 12x12 pages with the top row - 2 across (4x6), middle row - 4 across (3x4), and bottom row 2 across (4x6) So it was easy to cut a 12x12 piece in half and then by 4's and then by 3's.
One of my inspirations came from one of our international demos Paulin Pauli, that demoed at convention last summer. I liked her style and when I came home I looked her up and every once in a while I go to her website and see what she is up too. I used Paulin's samples for inspiration for the samples below. Check out Paulin's site here!
Here are my samples from "CASING" Paulin
Here are a couple of pages I made this weekend from last weekend's fun times when we had out of town guest.
Marilyn and I thought our shirts looked like Easter eggs. We didn't pay attention till we took pictures. :(
After I started creating pages and cutting up dsp I saw that Connie Collins from the 2013–14 Artisan Design Team created this and wow it is so beautiful. It is on www.Stampinup.com Here are a couple of pictures of her project. Check it out girls the sky is the limit.
I am offering a class using the pocket cards and cut outs next month at the April Salvation Army Crop so if you go to it be sure to sign up in advance so I can order your designer paper for you.
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