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Numbers Scrapbook Kit | Ali's Idea #2

Today I'm sharing a second project idea using the Numbers Scrapbook Kit

Let's jump right into the process video: 

Here's a closer look via images: 

For this project I printed out a recent family selfie (sized to 7 inches wide x 8.25 inches tall) and paired that with two of the 12 inch x 12 inch pattern papers from the kit. I cut down the rectangle numbers to become a background pattern paper and then cut out the four starburst/flower shapes from another pattern paper and layered them on top using a mini brad. 

On top I used Olympia Ink and the This Is Us Stamp Set (digital available here) to establish where my story would go. 

I also cut up a piece of Grafix Plastic Sheets in order to have an overlay on top + create a home for the vellum "07" (for seven of us) and a chipboard messy circle from the September Stories By The Month kit (attached with a mini brad). 

After that I added my story to all four of the journal areas (these are all held together by a brad and adhered to the background pattern paper with red line tape). 

This one was super fun to put together! 

Tomorrow I'll be joining some of our Brand Ambassadors for an Instagram Hop sharing projects created with this Numbers Scrapbook Kit. We will compile those ideas and share them here on Thursday. 


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4 thoughts

  1. HollyK says…

    I like how you did the flower bursts on top of each other. Thank you for sharing another great idea!

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  2. ScrappinMyHeartOut says…

    Beautiful layout and journaling!

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  3. JulieJordanScott says…

    I love what you did on the finished page. The journaling is especially appealing to me (probably since I am a writer!) My kids are now 21 - 30. It has been delightful seeing them blossom into adulthood.

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  4. FloCallender says…

    What an interesting way of combining numbers, pictures, and designs. Thanks for sharing.

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