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Maryann

Both 6x6 and 8x8 pads are really awesome in cardmaking, that´s for sure. I´ve used both kinds for as long as I´ve been able to get them here, and I just love them.
These LO´s are really great work too.

Tammy Lever

Thank you for this! I have tonz of 6x6 pads and I usually keep them for my cardmaking but don't seem to make enough cards to use them. It's nice to see how they can be adapted for a 12x12 so that they don't just sit on my shelf!

Sue

I've just started collecting 6x6 pads this year and love them so much for both scrapping and card making. Now I won't buy 12x12 paper if there is not a coordinating 6x6 paper pad!

Monika Wright

I have recently had the pleasure of adding a few 6x6 pads to my stash, and I used a line from Sassafras as a base for my Week In The Life album. Here's a post with the beginnings and I'm still working on getting it finished up and will have an updated {completed} album to share soon!

http://iloveitallwithmonikawright.blogspot.com/2011/07/week-in-life-beginnings.html

NinaN

I just made a LO with papers from the 12x12 and 6x6 size of MME's Lime Twist Happy Go Lucky. The 6x6 papers are the butterfly and the diagonal stripe near the photos.

http://www.scrapbook.com/galleries/294067/view/3323739/-1/1.html

Maria

I too don't normally buy 6x6 pads but I am now changing my mind. I lolve the simplicity of your pages above. They are really nice!

Lorraine M.

Excellent! Love your ideas!

Ellie A.

What fun layouts! For me I love 6x6 pads as I am able to get a whole collection w/out spending so much. Once I see each page in "person" it helps me decide which ones I'll get at the 12x12 later on.

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