Wayback Wednesday Celebrating Readymades

Studio DD Readymade products have been helping us design great pages for many years. Titles, frames, borders, overlays, tall strips, clusters, edgers-all of these cleverly designed products make terrific additions to our scrapbook pages. For this month’s Wayback Wednesday Challenge, we are featuring some of the early Fall themed Readymade products. These featured products will be included in this week’s sale if you don’t have them in your stash yet. Here they are:

Our Creative Team has used these featured products on some pages to help stir your imagination. Merrilee’s (digigrandma) beautiful page celebrates the wonderful flowers of autumn. She used the featured Readymade Layers: Fall Borders No 1 to coordinate with her lovely photo of flowers at the Farmer’s Market. Doesn’t the border provide a wonderful base for her design?

Merrilee also used these products on her page: Curated Team Scrapbook Mix No 15, Blendable Layers No 65, Curated Favorites Paper Pack No 07, Vintage Postage No 03, Flair Mini No 01, Pencil Line Twists Brushes and Stamps No 02

Chrissy (kikimama) combined a beautifully blended photo with some up close photos and the featured Readymade Overlays Fall No 01 and Readymade Titles Fall No 01. What a stunning page she has put together!

In addition to the featured products, Chrissy also used these products: Classic Side Lift Storyboard Frames No 01, Botanique No 01 Kit, Fabulous Fall Flourishes No 01, Folia Mixes Media Leaves

I was excited to take my grandchildren to the pumpkin patch. They loved all the sizes and shapes! I used the featured Readymade Overlays Fall No 01 and Readymade Titles Fall No 01.

I also used these products: Cabana White Solid Paper Pack, Fab Fall Photo Masks Brushes and Stamps, Fine Lies Border Lines Brushes and Stamps No 03

We hope you will join in the fun and use one or more of these featured Fall Readymade products on your page. Then post your page in the Scrapbook Challenges for us all the enjoy!


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