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Paper Issues – Take 5 Tuesday

Hello there, friends!  It’s the first Tuesday of the month, and today on the Paper Issues blog we are sharing a new list of items that you can use on your projects.  As always, only five out of the fifteen elements that are provided can be used.  Here’s the list:

1. the color green
2. the color the color turquoise or teal
3. the color the color pink
4. chevron or stripes
5. 3 photos
6. a sticker
7. stars
8 . a solid paper
9. a number
10. a tag
11. mist or paint
12. glitter
13. a die cut
14. a square
15. a line from a song (use it in your journaling or as a title on your layout, as part of the sentiment on a card, as part of the design on your off the page project etc. show us how creative you can be!)

I picked the stars, the stripes, a die cut, the color teal, and a line from a song.

April Take 5 - Main
I used the soft and sweet Elle’s Studio Little Moments collection for this page.  The colors go perfectly with the picture. I chose a cut file from the Silhouette store for the song, and backed it with different patterned papers.  Since all the papers are colorful and patterned, I outlined the inside of the words with a black Sharpie pen.

April Take 5 - Close up 1

A few cut outs from the collection and wooden, cork and acrylic stars competed the layout.  I like the different textures on the page.

April Take 5 - Close up 2

I hope you like it.  Remember to link up your projects to the Paper Issues Friends and Fans Facebook page for a chance to win a gift card to the store.  And visit the blog for a healthy dose of inspiration.

Thank you for stopping by.

Have a great day!


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