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Scrapping Six by Six a Double Layout!

Today I have a double page for my Six by Six album I am making with a few more ideas.... today I am using Punchinella and Rubber Stamp Diamond Background with Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts!
 
  
 
Let's get Scrapping!
 
I printed my images on 8 12 x 11 photo paper.  No photo is over 3-1/2 by 2- 1/2 inches.  

 
Supplies:
VersaMark
Pictures
Lime green cardstock for matting

To create background, start with Punchinella and randomly apply Gray Flannel ink.
 

Randomly stamp  Rubber Stamp Diamond Background  with  Black ink.

Add strips of Washi Tape

Use Embossing Powder - Timber & Pirates Gold on the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Dress form (Timber) and Wing with (Pirates Gold) embossing powder.
 

Mat pictures with Lime green cardstock using Double Sided Tape.
 

With white Gesso add a little wash on the page then edge the pages.

Play with the layout of the pages

When satisfied adhere the pictures with Double Sided Tape.  Attach Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts dress form, wings and Flowers Lime Green with Tacky Glue.


 
 
 FINAL SHOTS!

 
These are pictures of the Pleasanton Hotel in Pleasanton CA. 

 
 
 

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  2. Terrific page. I like that you were able to add dimensional items without it being too thick for album. Your layouts are really artistic.

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  3. Really nice layout, Lyneen. Great personal touches really let the photos shine.

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  4. fabulous layout, great use of the laser cuts. xo

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  5. nice layout - really love the way you've treated the diecuts - and the background is terrific!

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  6. Wow, awesome page. Love that stamp for the background, and the dress forms are wonderful with your photos!

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