ways to use tiny shapes

Look what we found in the Kiwi Lane Idea Book!

The Idea Book is a great source of Inspiration for scrapbookers and card-makers. These snapshots are a perfect example of how versatile the Tiny Shapes Accessory Set can be! The simple geometric designs in our Tiny Shapes Accessory Set have become one of the most useful items in our scrapbooking toolkit. They can be used on any layout or card imaginable and can be combined in so many cute ways! Try making a bird, a bunny or a buzzing bumble-bee! The options are endless with this set! They can create the perfect accent for your layout or card, by simply drawing on the patterns and colors from your paper stash! You can find these ideas and more in the Kiwi Lane Idea Books (Vol 1 & 2).

This month our Design Team set out to discover a few new ways to use tiny shapes. Check out how Susan made super-sized flowers with the oval shape (4T), along with a stem made from Cedar Trails. Mindy also used the ovals in the Tiny Shapes Accessory Set (4T,8T) as a starting point to create some tropically awesome palm tree leaves. Shiloh even found a new way to create bunnies using the triangle (1T) as a bent bunny ear!

These simple shapes are also perfect for showcasing sentiments in a unique way.

With the clear template, Amy showcases how you can surround your quote, journaling or sentiment with your favorite shape and place it exactly where you want it.

So many shapes, and so many ways to use them!

Be sure to check out our Idea Books for even more spectacular ideas!

 

By | 2017-10-11T11:33:31+00:00 March 31, 2017|Categories: Play To Create|Tags: , , |1 Comment

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  1. Bev Gerard March 31, 2017 at 4:01 pm

    I cannot believe how careless I was today! Bought some new faves at the Grapevine Expo today, and here I am back online … only to realize that I did not pick up the Tiny Shapes!!! So much excitement at shows that I totally forgot how stinkin’ cute these ideas are for the Tiny Shapes!!! Hmmmph on me! LOL
    ~Bev

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