Hello everyone,Cari here! On today post I want to talk about those "impossible" papers. Have you ever seen a paper and you think "I love it, but I have no idea how to use it", that always happens to me! So Today I'm going to show you how I solved this problem with two papers that has big letters on in.
The first one come in a last year Studio Calico kit but I got it late with a grab bag. It was full pink and it has big letter what say: Who, What, When, Where and How. As far as I saw this paper I LOVE it so much, but didn't know who to use it at all.
God bless Pinterest that always come to save us and one day when I was looking for nothing specific I found this pin from Anna Maria Wolniak and I got the inspiration I need it. I love her idea of to cover some part of the title to create a new one and give priority to the photo.
Something I love about scrapbooking it that somehow copying is ok under the name of scraplift, if you give the credit to the person you inspire on, there is no problem then! I love scraplifting because there are so many good ideas out there that would be SO BAD not to be able to use them =P.
My second layout is also with a paper from Studio Calico, this is for June's kit and in the whole page it says "The beginning" . This paper has basically only one space where to place the photo - and if you look for more expamples on how people use this paper, you will find out that everyone use it like this - so the best idea is to use those empty spaces the paper leaves you to place your photo. Sometime the most evident thing to do is the best option!
I also painted a cut some photos from a paper from Crate Paper that I LOVE, I would buy it one thousand times and would keep cutting and painting all those flowers. This paper is from Craft Market collection.
I hope you have enjoyed my post and find some useful tips here, and tell me what do you do when you see some of those "impossible" papers?