's a new year...time to make some plans, set some goals, organize your craft rooms and house and actually cross things off that to do list you're always making.(well this was our personal goal...but it's a good one for everyone!)

We're kicking off the new year sharing some ideas to inspire you to scrapbook and craft using products from The Girls' Paperie. The Girl's Paperie is a relatively new company started by Designer Margie Romney-Aslett. Margie has an amazing eye for designs and that great eye has translated into several must have lines. Paper Girl, On Holiday, Toil & Trouble and Tinsel and Twig are her releases from this last year! We can only imagine what she'll bring to us at this month's CHA!

Today and Friday our Glue Girls will be showing you her On Holiday line and giving you some tips on how to use our Glue Arts products to make the two products work perfectly together.


In Awe of You Layout
Designer: Danielle Flanders


Paper, stickers: Girls Paperie's On Holiday line
Cardstock: Worldwin
Adhesive: Glue Glider Pro, PermaTac refill, Extreme Adhesive Squares by Glue Arts
Twine: The Twinery
Chipboard alphas: Pink Paislee
Buttons: American Crafts and misc.
Chipboard stars: Scenic Route (red) and Pressed Petals (white)

Step 1: Cut the yellow paper (Vintage Travel) into 2 tag shapes and adhere to back side of the paper (graph).
Step 2: Add a strip of adhesive only on ends of tags. Adhere tags. Apply chipboard title.

Step 3: Add a strip of light blue cardstock to top and bottom of layout. Add photo. Also cut a small strip of red polkadot paper (Travel Skirt Paper) to add to the ends of the tags. Adhere. Bend the tags, so they will open.

Step 4: Use the Extreme Adhesive Squares to adhere the buttons to the chipboard stars. These work great for adhering the chipboard stars to the tags as well! They are very sticky and work awesome for heavier embellishments. Adhere stars to tags. Add memories sticker and twine.
Step 5: Adhere red chipboard, Girls Paperie date sticker and a yellow button. 
Step 6: Hand write your journaling. I used the title as part of my journaling. You can add more journaling under the tags or add more photos under them as well. You are finished!

We're in awe of Danielle and her beautiful layout!!

Girls' Paperie Frame
Designer: Lindsay Wahl

• Glue Arts Adhesives: Glue Glider Pro Perma Tac, Adhesive Squares, Adhesive Mini Squares, Raise’n’s, UcutIt Foam Adhesive
• Girls’ Paperie papers & stickers
• Buttons: Basic Grey
• Die Cut: Quickutz
• Frame & punch: EK Success
• Ink: Copic

1. Cut patterned paper into strips that are ½” width. Use Pro to adhere strips to frame.
2. Die cut tree from patterned paper. Cut leaves from patterned paper. Adhere tree trunk and one leafy section with Pro. Adhere other leafy section with a piece of UcutIt foam. Adhere small leaves with Mini Squares.
3. Adhere title letters “He” with UcutIt foam.
4. On opposite corner of the frame, adhere “I love…” sticker with Raise’n’s. Punch hearts from patterned paper and ink edges. Adhere one heart with Pro; adhere the second heart with UcutIt foam. Ahere the words “this” & “man” with foam adhesive also.
5. Add buttons to frame using Mini Squares. Add picture and enjoy this quick, simple project!

Would you care to share with us...did you set any goals for this new year or resolve to accomplish or achieve something?? 

Share those with us this week and we'll hopefully assist by sending a random winner a Glue Glider Pro. 

Because chances are many of you resolved to scrapbook more.(no wait...that's our goal!lol) 

We'll announce a winner next Monday on the blog from those comments left this week. And just a teaser...coming up next week...Echo Park's New Wintertime collection!! And yes...a chance for you to win!
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