everyone! Missy here with you today. If you’ve checked out the new
Lost & Found collections, you’ve seen that there are a ton of
Project Life type cards included.
I haven’t taken on the task of Project Life yet…and I’m not sure if I
will. Regardless if you do it or not, these adorable Record It! cards are
definitely usable on your layouts. I love using them for
embellishments, journaling, fussy cutting…you name it. They are
very versatile and can be used in a lot of different ways.
decided to scrap a photo of my husband and me dressed up for a nice
date night at a fundraiser event for our daughters’ school. I really
liked the different shades
of pink and red in the Heirloom collection, so I centered everything
around that. I dug into my MME stash and pulled some papers from the
Find Your Wings and Fly collection to mix in. I used NINE different Record It Cards on this layout. See if you can
spot them all!
Supplies:Lost & Found Record It “Antique” Record it Cards, Decorative Tapes,
Sticker Accessory Sheet; “Heirloom” Record it Cards, “Beautiful”
Glittered Paper, Sticker Accessory Sheet, Decorative Brads, Ephemera
Pack, Alpha & Word Stickers, Enamel
Dots; Cut & Paste “Flair” Decorative Tapes; Mint & Grey
Decorative Tapes; Find Your Wings and Fly “Sky’s the Limit” No Limit
Paper, Mixed Chevron Paper, Zig Zag Paper, “Up & Away” Smile Paper;
“Collectable” Decorative Tapes; cardstock, Lily Bee ABC Stickers,
used one of the cards for a checklist, and I layered another behind
it. I cut the “today” banner piece from one, and I tore the hearts from
another one. To me,
they’re just like mini pieces of patterned paper.
I fussy cut more words from more cards, and I used one of the 4x6 behind my photo. They’re also great for layering.
another angle of the layers. There are probably pieces included that
you don’t think you’ll use…they’re great for building dimension and
layers behind your
photos or embellishments.
you can see closely two of the cards. I just love shuffling through
them all and pulling out the ones that go with my project! I love the
pops of pattern
and color they add.
hope this inspires you to give the Record It~ cards a
chance…especially if you don’t do Project Life, like me. I had lots of
fun making this page, and it was
surprisingly easy to put together because of the adorable cards.
You don’t have to do a lot of cutting or trimming. They’re already the