Monday, 3 September 2012

Lovely adventure

Hi everyone! How are you? I’m so excited to share with you a new idea! Very fun and easy! A page with a big stripe of paper and many little frames:)

I love to create 30x30 pages but sometimes you can feel scared from the big space you have in this format so this is a very simple idea to use your empty space and insert many photos and embellishments! I adore to insert a lot of little details in my pages!

Materials you need:

  • Big shot (655268)
  • Framelits rectangles (657908)
  • Bazzill cardstock
  • 4 different patterned papers
  • 3d double side tape
  • A pencil
  • Glue
  • Embellishments: buttons, journaling tags, phrase stickers, tiny letters stickers, labels, letters stickers, stamps, whatever you like.

Materials I used:

  • Cardstock bazzill
  • Papers : pink paislee, carte paper, bella boulevard, ottobre afternoon
  • Letters stickers: american crafts, making memorie, basic grey
  • Journaling tags: elle’s studio
  • Buttons: crate paper and mandy pierce
  • Labels: october afternoon
  • Tools: needle, White cotton thread, framelits rectangles, big shot.

The steps:

  1. Cut a stripe of paper of 12 x 30 cm
  2. Choose 3/4 different sizes of rectangles and place them on the stripe of paper. Draw the rectangles on the paper with a pencil
  3. Place the framelits on the drawn rectangles and cut with your big shot.
  4. Draw the same rectangles on the base cardstock as well. In this way you will see where to insert the photos or the embellishments.
  5. Adhere the pictures and papers on the cardstock
  6. Put on the stripe with the frames many pieces of 3d double side tape
  7. Adhere the stripe with frames to your carstock et viola! Done! You have create a stripe with many windows where insert pictures or journaling tags and so.

Play and have fun!!!


  1. Davvero una bella idea! Mi piacciono queste cornici e con un pochino di pazienza si possono fare anche a mano. Certo, con la Big Shot e le framelits sarebbe tuuuuutta un'altra cosa... Adoro anche il bordino del LO... è un punch? Besos!!!