9.27.2013

OMG! How Do I Use That?

Hello everyone!

It's time for another installment of the "OMG! How Do I Use That" series that my friend Jenifer and I participate in!  Basically, it's just a fun way for us to use paper or products that stump us creatively.  Plus, we love to see what each other comes up with and share our creations with all of you, of course!

This time we decided to use this piece of patterned paper from Studio Calico...


I love this piece of paper, but wow is it graphic!  Or maybe loud is a better word, lol!

Here's what I came up with...


I cut the paper in large, random, chunks and then pieced them back in order on a piece of pink card stock.  I stitched each section and then stitched two "blank" sections at the bottom to incorporate the design into my white space.


 I added a bunch of yellow, gold, clear, and black sequins throughout the page and placed my title and journaling in separate areas at the bottom.


Now head on over to Jenifer's blog and check out how she used this fun patterned paper!  TFL!

Have a great day!

20 comments:

  1. amazing and so so creative! I LOVE this so much!:) you clever girl!

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  3. It's amazing what you have done with that paper, I would have been completely lost as to how to work it. Your design would work great for any bold and loud papers. I have a friend who joins me in a challenge and your challenge of scrapping a 'difficult' item would be a great one to do. Thanks so much for the inspiration. xx

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    1. Thank you, Kerry! We always have a lot of fun with the challenge :)

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  4. I love this installment! :) It's a great challenge! I like how that paper looks against the bright pink...great contrast. Love!

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  5. Wow!! What an awesome way to use that paper Adrienne!! I love the contrast of the fun Pink with the Black paper!!

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  6. How fun! I just used the exact same (difficult, but cool paper) today. I shared the layout on Instagram @brandtlassen

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    1. I just looked up your page on IG and it was adorable! I love how you cut out those words! xo

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  7. This is so cute, love what you did and love seeing how you used this paper! I still haven't used it!!

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  8. This is absolutely adorable Adrienne! I pinned it immediately!

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  9. WOW! Amazing layout, that is one challenging bit of paper to use but you totally rocked it my friend!

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    1. Thank, Mel! I had a lot of fun with it :)

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  10. Wow ... Truly amazing. You've such style

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  11. how fun! i agree with above comments, the black against the pink is fabulous. you toned this down without it losing it's effect. you are so amazingly talented, adrienne.
    and love the 'happy' die cut. can i ask where from?
    ~jamie

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  12. Thank you, Jamie! The "happy" cut is actually a Wise Word sticker from Jillibean Soup :) xo

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