Hey everyone...Nik here with a quick tip from my Glee Club gallery!
I loved so many of the papers in this month's kit, but was a bit intimidated on how to make them work together. I decided to employ the help of my Slice to make the bold prints a bit more manageable. I used the Basic Elements cartridge that came with my Slice, and simply cut various sizes of squares/frames...
**bonus perk?? You're left with lots of cool squares after you cut out the frames! If you don't have a Slice/die cutting machine, you could always use various sizes of punches to create the same effect.
After I cut the pieces I needed, I started laying them down onto my cardstock...mixing and switching them around until I liked how they looked together. Then I grabbed my phone and snapped a pic. This is an EASY way to remember how things belong on your page before you glue them down.
Next, I started gluing the squares down...using the pic from my phone as a guide.
Then, I sewed each frame down.
All that was left after that was to add the photos, journaling and title...super easy!!
Supplies: JBS Cough Syrup Paint, JBS Lemon Drop Paint, Calico White Mister Huey, Glee Club Main Kit, Debate Team add-on, Pep Squad add-on, Good Times Sticker Book
The next time you find yourself caught a bit off guard by a bolder pattern, grab your punches or die cutting machine and go to town!!