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Scrapbook, Tulip Thoughts

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Oh I've got a fun layout here!  I really wanted to try Scrap Our Stash's word challenge.  I had a great idea in my head that started as a single layout that changed two a double layout that ended up being a page and a half layout!  I used one of Bella Blvd's new Invisibles.  I really liked how it is fairly thick.  Much more sturdy than a transparency.  It really is going to add a cool layer to my little dude's scrapbook. So here is what I used for the challenge:
 
S-Stickers
T-Twine and Thickers
E-Enamel Dots
N-Numbers
C-Cork and Color
I-"Invisable"
L-Labels
 
When I started this layout is had eight photos on a 12x12, but it didn't leave me enough room for a title and journaling so I added another page.
 
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The two pages gave me too much space so I thought I'll just make it a half a page and only add a few extra photos.  Now I don't have any half page page protectors around.  I ended up cutting up one of my 12x12 in half and sewing the side up.  Then I sewed the half onto the another 12x12 so I could get a seamless look when they are open and not have a gap.  It worked surprisingly well.  Now I know there are some seamless double page layout page protectors out there, but I'm not aware of any one and a half ones.
 
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The numbers on my layout guide you to the number journaling.
 
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It was a good way to use up all those numbers I have!
 
 
And a process video to finish it off!

Comments

  1. Love the double page concept and all of your detail and little bits. Great way to use up your stash. Thanks for joining in with us at Scrap Our Stash!

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  2. WOW! This is so creative! Thank you for playing along with us at Scrap Our Stash!

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  3. Lots and lots of fun elements! This is very creative! Thanks for joining us at Scrap Our Stash!!

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  4. Wow! Great page and so much details! Thanks for playing along with us at Scrap Our Stash!

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  5. Pretty layout! Thanks for joining the Scrap Our Stash Challenge!

    ~Robin Redd
    Scrap Our Stash Design Team

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  6. Mom is not the only one who checks out your page. ;)

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  7. Great job - love how you incorporated so many photos! Thanks for joining us at Scrap Our Stash!

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  8. awesome layout! Thanks for playing along with Scrap our Stash!

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