Bazzill Basics Embellishments

Bazzill Basics Paper is very well known for it’s beautiful cardstock, but they also have some really fun embellishments that you may not be aware of.

Bazzill Chips come is several chipboard shapes that are fun to paint, ink or cover in paper. They come in circles, squares, rectangles, and an oval. They are available in several sizes.

Really BIG Bazzill Flowers are chipboard flower shapes covered with Bazzill White cardstock. They measure 4.25 inches in diameter! You can use both the negative and positive of this stencil shape. There are three shapes of flowers available. Since the surface is cardstock, you can do anything to them that you would do to regular paper: ink, paint, add ribbon, or use adhesive to attach patterned paper.

Bazzill is the only company I have seen that has come out with a product shaped like their Boshers. They say that it is a mix between a button and a washer. Bosher are smooth, round, and come in a variety of colors. They can be attached with ribbon, fiber, yard, a big brad, or whatever else you can think of using.

One product that will be available next month is Really BIG Paper Clips. These look like so much fun! They measure 1 inch by 4 inches. These will make such great accents on cards and scrapbook layouts. They will be available in 10 different colors and come in packs of three.

They sell regular sized brads in many colors (that coordinate perfectly with their paper colors) and now they also sell Really BIG Brads with a diameter of 25mm. They come in many solids colors. The Big Brads that I think are the most fun are the polka dot brads. These would make such a bold and playful statement on any project.

The final embellishment I will share right now is Metal Circle Stencil Shapes. They are available with each letter of the alphabet, three flower shapes, a heart and a star. These could be used as is, or you could paint it or use a permanent ink to create a new color or design on the metal.

Bazzill is doing great work keeping their new products interesting and exciting.

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