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Princess Layout by Tammey

This is the layout I demonstrated tonight for my group. I printed on vellum using tiny clipart butterflies, a castle and a crown. Then I added a little glitter under the castle and some jewels randomly placed. I used a small stapler to attach the vellum to the pattern paper border. You could also use vellum adhesive/tape. Regular photo tape will show through the vellum. The photo matte is 4.5x6.5 for the pattern paper and 4.75x6.75 for the silver paper. The title and tear bear I purchased from Esther. The little butterfly sticker went on with popdots and has a little glitter on the dots of the wings.

This the right side page. I used the balance of the pattern paper to make a right side border. I also placed a vellum border down over the pattern paper and then silver mesh over that. I used a stapler to attach the silver mesh to the layout. Next I added two photos mats with the same dimensions as the left page, except wide instead of tall. The flowers on the right border come with gem brads right in them and they are made by Marcella K. The butterflies and flowers are by Me & My Big idea. They actually came from an Easter package.

Comments

Olenka said…
OOH this is beautiful!!! I missed the class darn dh was having a hissy fit about not having comp time.. men lol Beautiful LO hunny
Vicki said…
You really need to start putting pics with these layouts Tammey!! LOL!! I said it before and I'll say it again..You are incredible!
Gail said…
Gorgeous layouts!
Sandy said…
Beautiful Tammey. I need to scraplift this for my dgd's album. Wish I had been at class last night.
Hi Tammey -

ThX for allowing me to post your Scrapping Cruise info to my SB'ing group. Your blog is really amazing, makes me want to figure out how to make one myself now. =) Looking forward to hearing from you again, Keep in touch love! Hopefully I can send you a postcard from Liverpool, U.K. soon...just have to find out your mailing address first, so I'll pop on your group and see if it's listed. Take Care hun & Happy Scrapping!!

HuGs,
Linda from The Oasis

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