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Jubilee & Die Cuts Wednesday

You are going to love using our new Jubilee paper line
this spring.  It is filled with bright happy colors, patterns,
 stickers and tags that are versatile enough for any type of layout
that you could think up.  Our designers are giving you some
fantastic ideas today to create some of these fun layouts
for your scrapbooks or even share with friends.

 designer: Jodi Wilton
(supplies used: GP 525, 526, 528, GDC 127, BGP 201)

Jodi cut out lots of cute shapes and popped them up
on her page with foam dots and put her journaling on a tag.

 designer: Liz Chidester
(supplies used: GP 524, 526, 529, 531, BGP 214)

This is the perfect layout for a couple of really cute photos
 of 2 brothers.  We all take a ton of photos of our families and this
would be so quick and cute and easy to do!

 designer: Irit Shalom
( supplies needed: GDC 128, GP 530, 531, 529, )
 Irit used a die cut on the right side of her page and combined
it with a similar paper on the left to create the backround for
her page.  She added a photo, lots of punched pieces and cute words
and tags to create a fun twins theme for her page.

designer: Petra Offrell
(supplies needed: GP 529, 530, 531, 524, 527)
Petra used a fun technique on her page with a product called punchinella.
 She used hers as a mask and painted gesso over it to created
 the tiny white dot backround. Using border punches
to create frames around your photos is another fun technique to make them
really lacy and feminine for little girl pages. 

 Canvas pages are fun to do because you can use it as artwork
to decorate a wall and have something to remind you of a 
special event or create a project that your kids can be a part of.
Karen created these cute ballons out of paper and made them fly
over this cute little paper city and mountains.  
designer: Katarina Damm
(supplies needed: GP 525, 523, 509)
Using a cute backround for a page makes the simple
use of Katarina's photo and embellishments work just perfect.

 designer: Irit Shalom
(supplies needed :GCS 054, GDC 127, BGP 201, GP 531, 529)
Here is another way to use a die cut other than simply putting
it in the center of a page. Irit cut it in 2 pieces and  put the photo
on the right with lots of fun embellishments and just a bit
of decoration on the upper left to balance it out.
designer: Nicole Wise
(supplies needed: GP 527, 528, GDC 128) 

designer: Brittny Lejeune
(supplies needed: GP 523, 524, 527, ) 
Cutting out the frames from one paper and using it to create
a 3 Dimensional effect on another is a really great idea to change
up a layout idea.  Britt used 3 different papers and cut up parts
of them and placed them around her photo to make it pop!

Thanks for stopping by.....


  1. This is really my favorite line from the new CHA releases. Great to work with and so many possibilities to fussy cut and play.

  2. I really love this line, will be looking out for it here in the UK :)

  3. Ladies- you all rock!
    The best line ever seen on the CHA-I am in love with it!

  4. Such a beautiful line! I love it!

  5. Lovely - really makes you think of Summer.

    Toni :o)

  6. A beautiful collection and love what you all did with it !

  7. Ohh I love them all!! fabulous creations! TFS!

  8. These are fantastic!! I LOVE this line!! :)

  9. Beautiful pages. I love the hot air balloons. What an absolute unique idea.

  10. wow, these are all gorgeous!!!


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