Since Mum asked about the folder, I thought I'd post this today.
It's using that same folder from last week. It's called Friend, by the way.
It's quite a busy background, but using it like this really cuts it up, don't you think? Literally...
Of course I ran it through the machine many times to get the different coloured words.
If you know which words you want, you can just use your scraps and put them where the actual words are.
If you don't, you can run full sheets through, and then cut out the words you want as you go along. You'll have a lot leftover for other cards that way too.
Anyway, try it, it's fun.
There's a few other wordy embossing folders you could use too. How about this one? Would be nice in whites and blues.
The words would be great on scrapbook pages too, although I'm pretty over seeing pages with random words scattered all over them.
Sorry, I'm going to vomit.
Did I just say that out loud?
Umm, yep, yep, I did.
Promise me that if you use the words on your pages you'll make them mean something...
Use them as a border (ie. design element), group them in a confined space (another design element) or as part of your journalling (ie. part of the story), just don't scatter 'em!
I'm leaving now and pushing that soap box back under the computer desk...