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I have a challenge for you!!  Since I really love the products by Bisous I want to share my love with you.  Make something (layout, card, altered item, etc) using any product by Bisous.  Leave a comment here with a link to your creation so everyone can see it.  On Saturday, March 21st, I will draw a random name from all the entries and the winner will receive some of the new Bisous product from me.  You’ll get items from these lines: Grace, Rad, Hot, Crave, Shabby, and Yum!

So let’s see those creations.  You have a little over two weeks to post your creations.  Multiple entries are welcome!!

Here’s another one of my creations from my A Cherry on Top Reveal as inspiration.

New Me

New Me

I can’t wait to see what you create.

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Two of the biggest obstacles facing scrapbooks are 1) a lack of time and 2) a lack of money.  So often we see beautiful layouts with lots of intricate layers and details. And while we admire these creations most of us don’t have the time to create such detailed designs or the money to buy all the supplies needed.

Well I have the perfect answer for you. Bisous, pronounced (b-zoo), has the product for you. Their PDQ™ lines, with pre finished scrapbook papers will eliminate these obstacles but leave you with pages that have all the intricate details and the look of layers you desire without the cost or time.  Attach your photos; add some journaling and your done. From beginner scrapbookers to seasoned veterans, the PDQ™ lines have something for everyone. Weather you just add photos, build on the foundation to create your personal style, or cut the papers into pieces, you’ll find you have endless possibilities with the PDQ™ lines by Bisous. 

Go from this paper:

Hot Paper 3

Hot Paper 3

to this completed layout in minutes.

My Place

My Place

Here I used Side B of Hot Paper 3.  After attaching my photo, I added chipboard for the title and as a few embellishments. I completed my journaling, and added a few rhinestones to the stars surrounding the heart. 

Tip: To add some more dimension and make the designs on the paper pop, I traced around some of the designs with coordinating markers and black Sharpie pens.


Click here to see the complete article and more examples using Bisous at A Cherry on Top.  You can also watch this site over the next few days for more examples using Bisous.

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