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Thread: Speed Scrap - Friday, Sept 24th!
09-24-2010, 05:38 PM #141GDS Addict
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- Mar 2007
Ok... someone needs to come take this bag on M&Ms away from me before I make myself sick eating them all. LOL
09-24-2010, 05:39 PM #142
Ready for the next step-whenever.
09-24-2010, 05:39 PM #143
09-24-2010, 05:39 PM #144
Congrats Tronesia. I haven't had a chance to even look at any layouts all week.
09-24-2010, 05:39 PM #145
09-24-2010, 05:39 PM #146GDS Dabbler
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- Sep 2010
Have we done anything since the frame?
09-24-2010, 05:40 PM #147Originally Posted by britnkaysmemaw2
09-24-2010, 05:40 PM #148
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09-24-2010, 05:41 PM #150
(1) Select TWO coordinating background papers. Preferably these papers will have a light pattern ... no SOLID papers. Choose one to be the background or bottom paper, then place the second on top leaving about an inch of the bottom paper showing on one of the sides -- this could be the right, the left, the bottom or the top ... your choice!
(2) Select ONE photo and place it on your page. Feel free to add a treatment or technique to the photo ... for instance, depending on the colors and patterns of your paper choice ... maybe a black and white, or a sepia- toned photo would look best. Or NOT ... it's up to you!
(3) Select some sort of frame for your photo. Traditional frame placement is fine, but feel free to be creative ... like placing the frame behind the photo instead of over it. Again ... it's totally up to you!
(4) Grab some elements that will coordinate with your papers and the photo, and cluster them closely around the photo and frame. As many as you like ... or as few as you like ... totally up to you! Are ya experiencing a zen moment ... ahhh ... speed scrapping with no stress!!!!! Woo Hoo!!!
(5) To further define the edge between the two papers, grab a piece of lace and layer it between the two ... let the edge of the lace peek out from underneath the top paper ... and, to polish the edge further, grab some sort of stitching and place it on the edge of the top piece of paper - close to the lace edge. OR ... just lemme see some lace and stitchin' somewhere on your page ...