Flower Basket

Do you ever wonder what to do with all the leftovers after you create a scrapbook page or a card? I really hate to throw them away, especially if I have decent size pieces left! I have a dedicated drawer where I keep these kinds of things and I often look through it when I am creating a new project. What I love about this is that the scraps aren’t stored by collection or by theme so it allows me to mix in some unexpected pieces that I might not have grabbed to coordinate with my current layout. But in the end, it’s those unexpected things that make the whole page come to life and make it so fun! Design team member, Kim is really great at this and has a beautiful layout to share with us today. And as always, she’s done a great job of mixing her watercolor flowers mix with the printed die cuts and chipboard stickers from my products. So unique and pretty!

Hi, it’s Kim here to share a fun page inspired by an item that I had leftover in my supplies from a previous project. I created a blog post awhile back sharing some fun watercolor florals and thought recently, “that would make a cool page!” I cut out a little section to create my basket of joy! Just a little hand cut piece in the shape of a basket created a place to hold my photo and a few flowers. I thought it was a fun idea.This is usually the perfect way for me to use up the leftover little cuts and things from my stash. I also added my photo in the basket as well. You could add more journaling to your basket or chipboard stickers. I’m a sucker for cute quick ideas and I had fun with this one! Have a great week everyone! Happy Thursday Friends!

xoxoxo

Supplies Used >> Maggie Holmes Carousel Collection / Watercolor Paints / Watercolor Brushes / Silhouette Cameo Die Cut Machine

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