Wild Child Layout


Thursday, May 11, 2017

It's 6x6 Paper Pad week on the Pink Paislee week and I had so much fun making a layout featuring them!

WILD CHILD by Paige Evans
DESCRIPTION: I love 6x6 paper pads because the designs are miniature and perfect for paper piecing.
JOURNALING SAYS: You are one-of-a-kind Jane! The things you say and do truly make you unique and oh-so adorable.
HOW TO: Punch a 3/4" square from every paper in the Oh My Heart, Take Me Away, and Fancy Free 6x6 paper pad. On a black cardstock background splash white acrylic paint and let it dry. Find the center of the layout then piece the patterned paper square checkerboard style then randomize it a bit by filling in the gaps and moving some of the papers around. Create a photo, embellishment, and title cluster in the center over a piece of torn vellum. Type, print, trim, and adhere journaling below the photo.
SUPPLIES: Patterned paper, die cuts, stickers, Thickers: Paige Evans / Pink Paislee; Cardstock, vellum, adhesive: American Crafts; Paint: FolkArt; 3/4" square punch: Craft supply; Font: Remington Noiseless
PROCESS VIDEO: Check out how this layout came together:
 photo Wild Child Detail 3 by Paige Evans.jpg
I hope you are inspired to play with 6x6 paper pads!

1 comment

  1. Love love love love love this!!! How FUN are those squares!?!?!?

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