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Style Board... The Great Thing About 6 x 6 Paper Pads

Hi!  Lisa here today with a fun layout to share using lots of the new Maggie Holmes Style Board products.  First, I want to talk about why I love scrapping with 6 x 6 paper pads.  There are so many reasons to love 6 x 6 paper pads as a Scrapbooker... 1. The cost  2. They make layering on layouts super easy and 3. They are super cute ( hello mini sized patterns!).  Let's focus on reason #2 for today.  When you want to have lots of fun layering on a layout it is often times a pain to have to cut down a 12 x 12 patterned paper.  With a 6 x 6 sheet you don't have much to cut if any!  This saves us so much time, and when we can save time we can make more layouts ( score!).  So here is my layout using the Style Board 6 x 6 paper pad...

Other Fun products you can find on my layout include the Style Board Rubons and Badges.  Look at how pretty the rubons shine...

So next time you are about to work on a layout I hope you bust out those 6 x 6 paper pads too!  Have a fabulous day and Happy Scrapping!


  1. LOVE your layout!! and i totally dig scrapping with 6x6 pads!! awesome layers and dimension!! and those rub on gold hearts....incredible!!!!! i must check them out in the shop!

  2. Love your use of the 6x6 pads and all those awesome layers!!!

  3. Super cute and I love me some 6x6 paper pads too! ;)


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