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Lace Edge Punch and Striped Paper Layout by Yui Oku

Hi, friends! It’s Yui Oku here. I want to share my favorite scrapbooking tips today. You’ll need a lace edge punch and a striped paper. Let’s have a look at my layout. I used the Sweet Story collection from Crate Paper.

First, I punched out a rainbow striped paper and cut along the striped line with a paper trimmer. This time, I decided to use the pieces as a blanket with my sleeping kids. So, I fussy cut the pictures of my three kids sleeping and put them on the white cardstock. And then, I put a rainbow blanket on them! I tried some way to arrange the lace strips. I thought it’s most beautiful to leave a gap by color.

I chose the four words title so that one word fits on one line. I put pink alphabet stickers on the white cardstock and then cut them out. It became easier to read. Then, I embellished the blanket with puffy stickers, a gold bow, the rubber accents, and sequins. It looks like cute icons are in their dreams! And I put some clouds punched out from white cardstock around my kids. To finish, I bent up the lace edges to make more dimensions.

I think many collections have a striped paper. Here are three more example layouts of mine using this tip.

I really love these layouts with the lace edge punch! Thank you for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed my tip and it gives you some inspiration!

Supplies used: Sweet Story collection – Crate paper: Jubilee paper (373076), Thickers – Sweet Pea (373149), puffy stickers (373151), puffy bows (373152), sticker book (373067), rubber accents (373156), We R Memory Keepers – edge punch – scallop lace