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I’m so excited to be sharing this new kit with you all! It’s been on my to-do list for a few months now. But what’s great about it coming out now is that it’s perfect timing to be coming out for the holiday season! Because look at what you can do with it!

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How awesome would that 4×6 transparent card be in your Project Life / December Daily Christmas album???

I knew I wanted to do this with my Silhouette gold vinyl on a transparency, but it’s been a while since I’ve bought transparencies. I’d forgotten how expensive they are! Granted, I had a box last me several years because I don’t use them that often, but I was not keen on spending $45 at the moment.

As Winnie The Pooh would say, “Think. Think. Think.”

Anything transparent would work, really. And not only that, you could put it directly onto the page protector. But I wanted flexibility. So I had two options that came to mind. One, cut up a page protector and use that. Or two, use this Bazzill plastic paper.

Duh.

Of course, in the end, the ‘plastic paper’ is more expensive than the transparency, but I bought these a few months ago and still had yet to use them….so I thought, why not?

And it’s really easy to make using vinyl, because all you need is transfer paper to pick it up from the vinyl backing and place it down on your ‘paper’.

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I’m in love with this! Now I need to do the circles in silver vinyl. :)

You could also cut it from cardstock and use the ‘negative space’ as a background. Or use that background as a mask for misting. Lots of possibilities.

It comes in 12×12, 8.5×11, 6×4 and 3×4 in stars, circles, squares and triangles…which also would be amazing for trees!

Can’t wait to put it into an album.

It’s all the fun of confetti…without the mess.

sweet.

And in case you haven’t signed up yet,
this starts next Monday!


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2017-05-20T06:30:14+00:00 November 3rd, 2014|digital shapes, project life|5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Kathleen D November 3, 2014 at 6:00 am

    This is so pretty! But how did you place all those little pieces? Seems like it would take forever.

    • Kerri November 3, 2014 at 6:10 am

      You use transfer paper with vinyl, so that easily picks it up and puts it down. I added a photo of the process for that so that it’s a little…pardon the pun…clearer. ;)

  2. Kathleen D November 4, 2014 at 5:39 am

    Oh this is awesome! Definitely going to buy! Thanks for the extra photo Kerri.

  3. Marilyn November 4, 2014 at 6:38 am

    I did not know there was such a thing, I will have to check out “plastic paper”. Love your design and how you used it!

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