Monday, August 19, 2013

Product Focus #30: Everyday Scrapbooking Products

Welcome to this week's Product Focus. In these weekly blog posts, I'll share scrapbooking supplies or a product trend I'm particularly drawn to, and then I'll share some ways you can use the products in several project samples. I'll discuss tips and tricks for using the products, share some of my favorite products from that product line, and then I'll open it up for any questions you might have. I'd also love to hear your reviews or uses for the product type I focus on each week. This is a chance for you to pull out products you already own and play with them or for you to discover new products you might not yet have tried. 


This week for my Product Focus blog post, I wanted to share some of my everyday kinds of scrapbooking products. These are stickers, collections, or embellishments that don't have a specific theme but rather help you document day-to-day moments. These kinds of products can easily be mixed and matched with themed products.



Here are the collections and products you might want to check out. Be sure to watch the 2Peas store HERE for all the new items being added this month.







Below you will find a gallery of projects that include chipboard products.

Idea #1: Stretch supplies across two pages.




Idea #2: Use generic items like punches to create your own embellishments.


Source: Two Peas in a Bucket  and American Crafts Blog

Idea #3:  Use generic stamps to create backgrounds and decorate patterned papers.



Source: Two Peas in a Bucket and The Stamps of Life



Additional generic scrapbooking products for every day collections including journaling cards, date stamps, non-themed patterned papers. These supplies are great for keeping on hand for any project. Do you have a favorite way to incorporate these items into your layouts? I'd love to hear how in the comments section below. 

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