Not quite up to the challenge, why not? There is no handy work required on your end because the shape has already been cut out along with the sanding and
you can simply remove the embellishments from the bag and start creating. I love that these embellishments are so versatile. You can choose to distress, paint
or alter these with papers, or leave them naked. Either way, these unique embellishments will surely add texture, dimension and beauty to your layouts.
Cherish by Nicolle Kramer
Supplies: Paper, Chipboard, Charms, Tags, Journaling Spots and Stickers: Kaisercraft, Flowers: Recollections, Creative charms, Ribbon: Websters Pages, Bling: Recollections,
Brads: Creative Charms, Ink: Colorbox. Tools: Trimmer: Fiskars, Scissors: Cutterbee, Border Punches: Martha Stewart.
Design Notes: I used a Kaisercraft sketch for inspiration of this layout. I enjoy lots of layers, distressing and inking all the edges of the papers.
I even added little gems to the wooden light post for the illusion of them lit up.
Journaling: We don't remember days we remember moments.
Happy Spring by Carole Maurin
Supplies: Paper, Alphabet Stickers, Die Cuts, Stickers, Stickpins, Wooden Label and File Folder: Jillibean Soup.
Design Notes: I've used a file folder under the pictures and made the title from a variety of stickers - a great way to use up leftovers!
Journaling: dans mon panier il y a ... du chocolat!! (in my basket, there is... some chocolate!!)
First by Smitha Katti
Supplies: Cardstock: American Crafts, Patterned Paper: Echo Park, Bella Blvd, Crate, Alphas: Basic Grey, Twine: Davine Twine, Butterfly Stickers: Sassafras,
Brads and Frame: Crate, Adhesives: Glue dots, Glue Arts, Pen: Le Pen. Tools: Butterfly Punch: Fiskars.
Design Notes: To highlight the birthday girl's photo, I repeated it using a smaller photo and an enlarged copy. I also used a wooden frame to draw attention and add drama to the photo.