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3. Gine: http://ginesscraproom.blogspot.com/
5. Me :)
Such talented ladies!! Thank you!
|Manilla Tag measures 3 1/8 by 6 1/4|
|I used the Fiskars "threading water" punch and added layers of paper at end of tag then finished it with the last layer of trim from fancy pants. This is one of my favorite trims.|
|I cut out a heart to fit the Maya Road tin out of Vintage Blue "stripe" paper then I used my melting pot and heated up Utee. I dipped the heart into the Utee. I added stickles around the inner heart to fill any "gaps" then I popped up and layered my butterfly.|
|The journaling card is from Prima and the background from Glitz Designs. The flowers are prima also. The key was given to me at CHA but can't remember what booth.|
|The poem on the upper right is from the Glitz Design peek-a-boo vintage blue collection. |
You should try making a photo tray; it was fast and I think makes a great gift. One tip I can give you on the photo tray is to "pop" up your matted photos. Happy Scrapping.
|Most of the paper I used on this layout is from Prima Marketing. I also used my zutter distresser (yes noisy but efficient). Notice how I "framed" my layout and mitred the corners then added eyelets. Its an old trick I use to use from the old days ...|
|On the corner I used some Jenni Bowlin paper and diecut about 7 flowers, then glimmer misted them, stacked them and added a small brad in the middle. Then I crunched them and heat set them dry. I love the crunching part.|
|I received a pack of pretty Prima buttons, tiles and flowers from my kit; so I stacked them in the corner. I also added a strip of Jenni Bowlin towards the bottom of my layout to ground my page with the black. This grouping also extends your field of vision, otherwise your eye would go to what is inside the "frame" especially since most of the colors are muted. |
Happy Scrappin and dont forget to go to the Paper Niche blog to see what the other ladies have designed for you.
|added beautiful prima flower then used some Jenni Bowlin paper and diecut flowers, then glimmer misted the petals, and layered to make a ruffle flower.|
|Cut out the banner image then added more flags to layer on top for a 3D effect. Added rock candy to flags then some tassle trim ribbon.|