Simplicity | My Take On… 6×6 Paper Pads #2 | “Here is Happy” – Record it! by My Mind’s Eye


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Happy crafty Wednesday everyone! Before showing you My Take On another variation to use 6×6 Paper Pads (see original post HERE), I thought I’ll mention some lovely crafters, who took on the challenges I set them in the last weeks.

Amanda is using coordinates of a lighthouse as a title on her page – inspired by the Number Challenge. She also shares some of her twin pages, although they are even triplets (and she wants to her fourth in this series soon!). You can find them HERE, HERE and HERE.

And there is another regular participant – it is Kerry! Kerry’s first page she shared with us was the Colour me Crazy Challenge #1 (a monthly colour challenge, set by Marjan and myself): Tug of War Towel
hen She also took on the Orange Challenge very beautifully and combined it with some blues! Such a lovely page, make sure to check it out HERE! Kerry also created a Twin layout from last weeks Challenge and it turned out fantastic! You can find it HERE.

And last but not least – Anne has some nice ideas using 6×6 Paper Pads on projects on her blog, make sure you visit her blog HERE!

Thank you so much Ladies for sharing your work with us – keep up the good work! You are awesome!

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Now, back to another idea with 6×6 Paper Pads. This time I cut some pieces to size and created a vertical block of patterned paper and the photo. Of course you can start this kind of page with every size of paper, but as the patterns of the 6×6 pads are smaller in most cases, it is easier to use smaller sized rectangles or squares.Simplicity - dapfniedesign


Although I intended to use a diagonal flow on this page, I ended up using a visual triangle again, where I clustered layers of label stickers, punched elements and word stickers together (and using up some of my old but lovely stash!). Most of it is by My Mind’s Eye, and the papers are from the 6×6 paper pad “Here is Happy” – Record it! by My Mind’s Eye.
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I went “mad” with Glitter Glue and Colour Mist sprinkels – they match with the dark pink sprinkles on the flower’s petals!Simplicity - dapfniedesign - close up 1

That is it for today – I hope you enjoyed the little round-up of fellow crafters and their lovely work! Keep your links of projects coming in! I’d love to see what you create! See you all on Friday with another challenge for your crafty weekend!


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