Tuesday, May 07, 2013

2Peas NSD Share: Using up 6x6 Paper Pads

So how did you celebration National Scrapbook Day? Me. I checked the internet about 8,000 times looking at all the pretty things people created, checked in on some chats, watched over the Carta Bella and Echo Park challenges, moved a few things around on my desk in a feeble attempt to generate some creative mojo, and then just enjoyed the day with friends and family. So I wasn't particularly creatively productive, but I did fill my creative stores with all the amazing projects I saw posted in the 2Peas gallery and on Facebook. I love that we share our work with one another. It's gratifying to know that other people love playing with paper and recording their memories.

Although I didn't create anything new on Saturday, I did create a special layout just for the day a few weeks ago that I finally get to share. This layout about my beautiful daughter:



Incorporates this fun 6x6 paper pad from My Mind's Eye. There are lots of these pads on sale for 50% right now HERE in the 2Peas store.


Madly hoarding 6x6 paper pads? Get them out! Here are some ways to use these awesome pads.

10 Ways to Use a 6x6 Paper Pad:

1. Make a card.
2. Frame a photo.
3. Punch and layer shapes.
4. Die cut with a manual or digital die cut machine.
5. Stamp a background on a more simple pattern.
6. Create a grid.
7. Create a pennant from leftover scraps.
8. Fussy cut an element from paper to create a focal point embellishment on a larger layout.
9. Cut a tag from the paper with a paper cutter.
10. Layer several sheets in the center of the layout and add layers of photos and embellishments.

Visit my project HERE at 2Peas for two ways I used the paper pad pictured above. Below I've suggested several 6x6 paper pads that I love, as well as, the products I used to create this layout.

Suggested Products (click photos for product information or visit my blog HERE for the supply list):


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