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The possibilities are endless with Paper Frills! I use them all the time, and they are second in line only to my essential Thickers. One neat trick that I have found with the Lily White variety is to swipe over them with brown tinted distressing inks. It gives the look of woodgrain. And, who doesn't love woodgrain? ;0) The only improvement that I can suggest would be to make them self-adhesive. But, I can easily run them through the Xyron...problem solved!
Doodlebug frills are the perfect page accent. The packaging contains a variety of patterned frills which makes them versatile for any themed layout. The white color is bright and can be painted or inked to match the colors in your layout. The biggest catch of the frills are the low price and the amount obtained. Frills look great for separating patterned papers, making borders around photos, in ribbon slides, and as page accents.
Of all the products I own, I use my Paper Frills the most. I have them in every color but black and purple (and those I don't have because they aren't in when I have wanted to order!!!) I love that they come in different patterns. I also like that the colored ones go with each of the Doodlebug line of papers. This is a definate staple for me in my cardmaking and in my scrapbooks.
Used in this project: Seriously Six
I love these frills, but especiallly the white. I use them whenever I can and just brush them with Cats Eye Chalk Inkpads to match whatever layout I want to use them on. They are fabulous. I especially love the scalloped ones and the ric rac ones. LOVE this product. There is a set that is black on one side and white on the other - those are really handy!!
these little guys are great to have on hand! with today's scrapbooking trends being so freeform and FULL, an extra touch never hurts. i highly recomend these in every color, especially when you're looking to add just a little strip of something different whether it be color or shape.
The paper frills and just the perfect finishing touch for a lot of projects. Since they are already cut for you, it's super easy to apply adhesive and slap them down on the page. The only thing that bugs me is that it's hard to return the unused portion to the original packaging...they get all caught up in each other. I also wish there were more of certain designs and less of others, but I think that's a matter of personal taste. Doodlebug definitely went for variety!
Used in this project: Choosy cats choose paper
I really like all the Doodlebug Frills. I think they are handy for adding a quick embellishment to a LO. My only negative would be to say that I haven't found an easy way to adhere them to the page. You have to use a fine glue pen because some of the strips are very small. The frills are 12" long though, so they can go the length of a LO.
Used in this project: Truly Happy
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