Did you see? We have new Two Peas flair in the store (and wood veneer cards too!)! We are absolutely giddy over them. We think flair is a good thing to collect, yes?!
Here are 10 ways to use flair buttons in your scrapbooking, brought to you by the Garden Girls from their video tutorials. Enjoy!
1) Embellish an open pocket holding notes or other memorabilia. The flair serves as an eye-catcher, inviting the viewer to look inside. "When I Grow Up" by Nancy Damiano
2) Combine flair with other small embellishments, using a grid as a guideline. You Are Awesome by Lisa Dickinson
3) Create a column. It's a line of eye candy! "Straight A Student" by Jen Gallacher
4) Build on a pre-designed element. This is a great way to make something your very own! "Under This Roof" by Nancy Damiano
5) Circles within circles! Tucking flair inside die-cut circles gives a great sense of depth. "Be Merry" by Julie Campbell
6) Embellish your project life! A circular element within the boxy rectangles of pocket-style scrapbooking is a nice contrast. Project Life spread by Marcy Penner
7) Use flair as bullet points for journaling! The buttons are not only appealing to the eye, but organizational and functional. "OC Snaps" by Nancy Damiano
8) Mix with other accents to create a frame. Corrie has surrounded her photos with a beautiful heart frame. "Happy Birthday" by Corrie Jones
9) Make a visual triangle. Three circular flair buttons scattered on your page helps guide your eye around the layout. "Glitter Girl episode 043: A Manly Model" by Shimelle
10) Fill up a space! Sometimes a pack of flair contains 1 or 2 designs that don't work for what we're needing. Why not put them together in a collection to make a big impact? "Hello Silly" by Nancy Damiano
That wraps up 10 ways to use flair! Browse our Two Peas designs here, and shop all flair in the store here. Have a great Saturday!