10 Ways to Use Found Items on Your Layouts
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The tag on the left is from a coffee cup sleeve. I added the ABC embellishment and ribbon. The ribbon was actually a found item, too.
This blue ribbon was part of the packaging from something...ribbon actually is part of a lot of packaging. I save it all.
Rip out the guts of an old hardcover book. Paint and use as the cover of your own creation.
I used tissue paper over a transparency on this page. The tissue paper gives it the white look.
The blue buttons on the right came from my daughter's pants. The green button on the top left came from my old winter coat.
The flowers on this page (and the ribbon) came from the bouquet the bridesmaids carried in this wedding.
I don't normally add money to my layouts, but a penny seemed appropriate for this layout.
The shells on this layout came from the beach I visited.
I can’t remember if this key is the key for the house we moved into or not, but keys are a nice addition to layouts.
I’m pretty sure these are sequins leftover from a crafting kit from when I was a kid.
That's blue fabric behind the photo. It was a sample from another project.
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