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Best Grandma Ever Layout

Hello Clear Scraps friends! It's Jennifer on the blog to share a layout I  created using one of the many Chipboard Word Titles!  I  love that Clear Scraps offers so many titles plus embellishment shapes to make your project just perfect!  This month we celebrate Grandparents Day here in the US, so I  wanted to use the Grandma Chipboard Word Title.  I  love this photo of my son and my mom from Noah's 2nd birthday.  


Knowing I  was going to use mainly bright colors in my layout, I  went with a contrasting color for my title.  I   painted my chipboard with Color Shift from Folk Art in Black Flash. If you have not tried this paint yet, I  highly recommend it!  The coverage is fantastic and I  love the end result! 


Paired with smaller black letter stickers, my title really pops agains the white cardstock and bright prints! I  also accented with smaller embellishments to aid in the contrast. 


Another way to show fluidity in your layout is to have a repeating shape. I  used a cut file on my Silhouette as well as adhered hand punched circles in various sizes. I'm also a big fan of pop dots and love to add dimension as well! 




Thank you for stopping by the blog today! Visit the Clear Scraps shop to see the many Chipboard Word Titles as well as What's New!  

Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, chipboard, stickers, die cuts:  Simple Stories; cardstock: Bazzill; cut file:  "Big Wheels" Just Nick Cut Files; adhesive: Beacon, Thermoweb;  sewing machine: Janome; misc: Cameo Silhouette, electric typewriter, thread


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