Stashbusting: Using Only Die Cuts

Have you ever tried creating a scrapbook page using only die cuts? That is what I did on this next layout. Check it out below!


I had picked up this pack of large die cuts at Michael’s one summer after our vacation to Hawaii. I thought they would be the perfect page accents. However, I didn’t have any paper that matched the style of the die cuts and the size of the die cuts themselves was quite large. So, I decided to use them as the main focal point for my page.

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I arranged my photos together and then began tucking the leaves and flowers in around them. Notice again, that there is no patterned paper layers on this page … only die cuts.

I ended up with two “spaces” between the leaves. I used the space at the top of the page for my journaling …

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… and the space at the bottom of the page for the title.

This page title was created with an “oldie-but-goodie” stamp set in my stash. They are the “Nadiya Stamps” by Studio Calico from 2008. I remember when they released these stamps. I HAD to have them … but you know what?! I think this is only the second time I have actually USED them. *blush*

Jana Eubank Tropical Adventure 3 600

The small gold Thickers made the perfect little shelf for my stamped word to “sit” on.

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This weekend, dig into your stash and find a set of die cuts that could use some love. If they are a large set, try using them as “layers” tucked in around your photos, instead of using patterned paper. Who knows? You might just come up with a design you love!

See you again soon!

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