I loved Jenifer Hignite’s layout as soon as I saw it and knew it would be a good one to CAS(E) . Her’s was a digital layout so much easier to line up all the strips but I dont think I did too bad a job thanks to my trusty metal ruler. Here is the layout
I used some old retired paper that I love but only had strips left ot. All the strips are 1″ wide and most started out as 2″ lengths. Here is how I used my ruler to line up the pieces as I glued them down.
You can see the narrow even strip on the left of the ruler, I just held the ruler steady and butted up the next column against the edge. Viola!
Heres a quicky folks. This page was done in minutes. It took longer to get the pieces in the pockets than it did to plan. Best bit is it only uses 1 1/2 cards.
Come on people, admit it, way in the back of those cupboards are some old letter stencils! I had forgotten all about mine until last night when I was puzzling over what letter dies I was going to use on a layout when I had a thought. Admittedly I was getting pretty tired .. read lazy.. so I couldnt be bothered getting out my Big Shot and cutting numbers and letters so this seemed like an easy solution. In my own defence I had just made my own DSP to use! Another great budget tip – its easy and your colours always match when you stamp your own!
Here is the Project Life card I made using an old stencil and my Project Life No.5 Jornaling Pen. I love these pens and they come in two thicknesses, the No. 1 is really fine for writing and the No. 5 is chunkier but still good for journaling.
And to see the whole page. I used two stamp sets for my DIY paper, Flower Patch and Love Sparkles.
Flower Patch # 134207 Love Sparkles – W #143114 CM #143183 Photopolymer $54 Wood $61 Clear Mount $44