Good Morning We R fans, Wendy Antenucci here today to to kick off Spring and Easter Week on the blog. I’m sharing a fun Easter layout I created with my Fuse and Confetti Punch. We’ve all seen those pocket pages with the confetti captured in them, but I wanted to try something different. I decided to use my Fuse tool to turn my confetti into sprinkles imitating eggs on my page.
I began my page using the Embellish Card and Envelope kit in which I sealed the traditional sequins in the pocket for a fun look to group my pictures around. Using my Fuse I sealed the edges according to the directions included in the packaging. I also used this time to practice getting a straight line with my Fuse tool as I’m not the best with lines.
My next step after forming my “photo block” was to pick some fun background papers to create my basic layout. I then began to embellish with the FUSEable Die Cut shapes. What a fun concept these FUSEables are, I loved fusing all of my items to my page and never once having to look for my tape gun! I did use foam adhesive on a few pieces which also worked great.
The FUSEable fringe strips are great little touches to add to your pages and projects. I cut some of the strips in half and layered others, to give a grassy effect for our Easter egg hunt pictures.
I knew I wanted to scatter confetti around my page to give the look of eggs hiding in different places. To create that look I used my Confetti punch, which punches big and small circles giving a nicely varied look.
Designer Tip: To easily adhere my confetti to my page I used my QuickStik to hold the small confetti pieces and then I fused them to the page in a random pattern.
I really enjoyed playing with the FUSEable products and the Confetti punch was the perfect addition to creating a fun Easter page. What things have you Fused lately? My next attempt will be some pocket page fun!