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Paper Layering Technique Blog Hop

Welcome to the Paper Layering Technique Blog Hop where we will be showing you a variety of paper layering techniques that highlight a few of our Close to My Heart products!72479502_10156828828917934_6898018155151491072_o.jpg  If you have come here from Maz Wood’s blog, you are on the right path! When you are finished reading, you can click on the link at the end to move to the next blog. This blog hop is simple, fun, and full of ideas.  If you get lost along the way, you’ll find the complete list of participating consultants on Melissa’s Blog.

To me, paper layering means using a variety of products, from various collections, that all complement each other and use them on a single paper crafting project. This is my FAVORITE way to create.  I enjoy being able to just grab from my stash when construct a layout, like this Snow Cute page.MissCarriesCreations-SnowCuteLayoutSM.jpg

To often, we grab a background paper, like the one from Holly Jolly here, and think that we need to only using Holly Jolly products, without noticing that the Mix-Ins and Cedar & Pine have embellishments that match perfectly. When I am designing my layouts, I don’t even pay attention to the product line, I simply snag & grab everything that coordinates  with my photo and create.

If you look at the title of my layout, you will see that I used a combination of Complete Creativity Cricut™ cuts  and stickers from the Cedar & Pine Collection, yet the paper is from the Holly Jolly collection. These both match my photos and coordinate with each other.  

If you take a hard look at the other side of the layout, you will notice Cricut™ cuts from Flower Market, Your Are Here, & Complete Creativity along with stickers from the Holly Jolly collection.  Every piece I chose for this layout complements each other and the photos I am trying to highlight.  If you like, you can watch this short process video, and watch how I put together this Snow Cute page.

Now ‘Hop” on over to Darlys Recker’s blog to see her work! Be sure to visit all the Consultants at their blogs to get some great crafting tips and other fun ideas.  I hope today’s post has encouraged you to start looking at your products in a whole new way.

I can’t wait to see what you create!


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Holly Jolly Paper Packet + Sticker Sheet
Holly Jolly Paper Packet + Sticker Sheet

Mix-in Paper Packet
Mix-In Paper Packet

Mix-in Paper Packet
Mix In Paper Packet

Cedar & Pine Paper Packet + Sticker Sheet
Cedar & Pine Paper Packet + Sticker Sheet

Cricut® collection image
Complete Creativity Collection

Sapphire Cardstock
12 x 12 Sapphire Cardstock

Glacier Cardstock
12 x 12 Glacier Cardstock
White Daisy Cardstock
12 x 12 White Daisy Cardstock
Ballerina Cardstock
12 x 12 Ballerina Cardstock
Cricut® collection image
Flower Market Collection
Acrylic Hearts

Bitty Sparkles

Clear Shimmer Brush

Paper Tool Set
Paper Tool Set

Weeding Tool Set
Weeding Tool Set (Tweezers)

Foam Tape

Z3341Foam Dots

Tonic Studios Tim Holtz 370 Paper DistresserEdge Distresseser Tools

MicroTip Scissors

Portable Trimmer, 12"
Portable Paper Trimmer

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14 thoughts on “Paper Layering Technique Blog Hop”

  1. Carrie, You are truly an ‘artist’ …one that can take bits and pieces of different paper crafting materials and tools and put together an eye-pleasing and very interesting piece to showcase your photos. Great LO!

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