I don't know about you but I love 6x6 mini pads for a number of reasons, the pattern is smaller than the 12x12 sheets so ideal for cardmaking,you get the whole collection in one book for the fraction of the price with two or more of the same papers and sometimes you only want a small part of the paper and don't want to cut into a 12x12.The reason I'm singing the praises of these great little paper stacks is because this month's challenge over at Scrapbookers Anonymous is to use your at least 3 different sheets of patterned paper from your 6x6 or 8x8 paper pads.
I used my Prima 'Sweet Fairy' 6x6 paper stack for this LO,even the 'precious' journaling card came from there.
I've just cut strips of different patterned papers,some I border punched the edge and then layered them higgledy piggledy,the flowers and bling are also Prima. I love the quote 'sisters are different flowers from the same garden' so used that as my title using lots of different alpha's.
I hope you'll join in with month's challenge and don't forget to use your scraps to make a card and enter that seperate for an extra chance to win this month's prize,one random winner will win an EchoPark Summer days paper pack. Also cardmakers if you want to enter just a card please do, I will show you my card that I've made with the leftover papers on the 15th June,take a look here at what the other DT members have created.
Thanks for looking.
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