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Technique Spotlight with Paige Evans: Fussy Cut Flowers

Is there ever a pretty floral paper that you come across and immediately say to yourself: I just HAVE to cut those flowers out?! It’s happened to me on more than one occasion, in fact, I have five examples to share with you today where I did exactly that. YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE by Paige Evans […]


Technique Spotlight with Paige Evans: More Big Titles

I have done a technique spotlight on big titles before, BUT, I really want to share more examples because it is one of my most favorite techniques! GO by Paige Evans I made this layout with the idea in mind that it would be the first layout in a scrapbook about traveling! So I die […]

Technique Spotlight with Paige Evans: Fancy Free Layouts

Today I want to share some of the layouts I’ve made recently featuring my Fancy Free collection with Pink Paislee – all with different techniques so read on to find out more! 1ST DAY by Paige Evans My goal for this layout was to use as many different Fancy Free products as possible without going […]

Technique Spotlight with Paige Evans: Flowers

It’s springtime here in Germany which means the flower boxes in window sills are making their long-awaited-after-the-long-winter appearance! I love flowers in all their colors, shapes, and varieties and that love spreads into scrapbooking. The more flowers I can fit on a layout, the better! Here are eight examples of some of my pages (and […]

Technique Spotlight with Paige Evans: Hearts

Who says hearts are only for Valentine’s Day? Hearts mean LOVE and goodness knows I love a lot of things, especially the humans I live with and the stars of my scrapbook pages! Check out some of the ways I’ve made hearts the shining element on these layouts: LOVE YOU by Paige Evans These hearts came […]

Technique Spotlight with Paige Evans: Backing Cut Files

The Silhouette Cameo has completely changed the way I scrapbook. I use it to create so many of my layouts! One of my favorite techniques is to back die cut shapes with patterned papers. Here are five examples out of dozens (what can I say, I never met a doily I didn’t want to back!) that […]