Scrapbook How To: Create an Accent from Paper Cover Sheet

The cover sheets for packs of patterned paper are often filled with squares of the paper designs within that pack. Stretch your paper stash and avoid creating more trash by using this sheet on your next project. Simply cut a large icon from the sheet, like Mou Saha‘s tree, for a colorful layout accent. You can create your own tree using any cover sheet when you download the free template here from Budget-Friendly Scrapbooking.

Eight Years Later by Mou Saha from Budget-Friendly Scrapbooking

Eight Years Later by Mou Saha from Budget-Friendly Scrapbooking


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Create the look:

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5 Responses to Scrapbook How To: Create an Accent from Paper Cover Sheet

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  2. jean marmo says:

    I love using those sheets! They make great borders and pennants too.

  3. Heather Dreith says:

    I’ve been saving those cover sheets for a long time. Now I know something I can use them for! Thanks

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