Documenting a Noteworthy Story with Susan Brochu

Our design team is loving our newest Noteworthy collection, and we love the way that they’re telling their stories with it! You’ll love the project we have to share with you today! Susan Brochu is getting creative with Noteworthy in such a colorful way, and we know you’ll be inspired to re-create this page using a simple circle punch! Let’s take a look:
Hey everyone! I’m happy to be here today to share a layout I made with the newest Elle’s Studio collection, Noteworthy! This is such a fun collection that I had a hard time choosing my favorites, but I solved my dilemma by using a little bit of everything!

Supplies | Noteworthy Double-sided Journaling TagsNoteworthy Bits and PiecesNoteworthy Wood VeneersNoteworthy Puffy StickersNoteworthy Epoxy StickersNoteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper StackNoteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection
I couldn’t limit myself to just one or two Noteworthy patterned papers so I put 15 (yes, 15!) of them from the Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack and Paper Collection on my page using my favorite circle punch. I arranged the circles in a grid and stitched them on white cardstock.

There are plenty of fun embellishments in the collection: puffy stickers, wood veneer, die-cuts and epoxy stickers, too! I chose a couple of each variety to add a tone-on-tone finishing touch to several of the circles.

I matted the page on one of the patterns from the Noteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection that I trimmed to 8-1/2″ x 11″, and I left an opening at the top so that I could slip in my journaling.

I wrote my story on one of the Noteworthy Double-sided Journaling Tags and stapled a Noteworthy Wood Veneer piece to the top.

The Noteworthy collection is filled with colorful and versatile designs so you’ll be able to use it for any kind of paper-crafting project. From pocket scrapbooking to traditional layouts to cards, you’ll definitely find what you need in this collection!

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