Machine Stitch a Scrapbooking Starburst

This year as I've been teaching the "Product Playground" scrapbooking class for Big Picture Classes, I'm really thinking about my scrapbooking products in a whole new way. I'm always thinking about new ways to use them in order to get the most out of them. This month I shared a guest blog post on the BPC blog, that shows you how you can use up some paper scraps (or even full pages of patterned paper) to create a starburst effect. Here's a peek at the layout I created:

You can find the complete tutorial HERE on their blog.

If you're interested in learning more ways to stretch your supplies, be sure to watch Lesson 1: Paper Pads with Punch HERE.

Product Playground Paper Pads with Punch by Jen Gallacher

Then watch Lesson 2: Spray Mists and Stencils HERE.

Product Playgroun Stencils and Spray Mists Lesson and Video by Jen Gallacher

In both lessons, I'll walk you through at least SEVEN ways to use these supplies you're likely to have on hand. If you don't have these on hand, these are great videos to watch how you can begin to use them. Look for Lesson 3 coming later this month. You can join in by watching the videos, leaving a comment, or even uploading your own version inspired by the lesson ideas. And as always, I'm giving you #permissiontoplay.


  1. love to sew on my pages, it such a great touch!

  2. Such a beautiful and colorful punch to the layout. Awesome!!


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