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Today on my scrapbook layout I am playing with Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Gears and Wings, Leaf Guilding, Black Chalk PaintDelicata Gold Ink and a lot more... See what I do with all of these wonderful products on 6x6 double layout!
Today I am scrapping a few pictures from a few years back when I took a walk around town in Pleasanton, CA.  These are a few things that caught my eye!

Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Gears and Wings
Bazzill Edges
Graphic 45 Secret Garden 6x6 Paper Pad
Authetinque Durable 6x6 Paper Pad
Pen Nib
Burlap Flowers
Leaf Guilding
Black Chalk Paint
Delicata Gold Ink
Embossing Powder Clear
Washi Tape
Tacky Glue
Double Stick Tape
Glue stick

Rip the brick pattern paper from the Authetinque Durable 6x6 Paper Pad 

Before painting, foiling, gluing and taping work out an arrangement with pictures and embellishments.
Adhere the Authetinque Durable 6x6 Paper Pad to the to the


When the Black Chalk Paint is dry, ink edges with Delicata Gold Ink and heat emboss with clear embossing powder.

With Tacky Glue randomly adhere Leaf Guilding.

Attach Bazzill Edges with glue stick, attach pictures with Double Stick Tape and add a bit of Washi Tape as pictured.

Final touches... add Burlap Flowers, Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Gears and Wings and Pen Nib with Tacky Glue.




  1. awesome layout! the laser cuts add so much dimension and variety! xo

  2. Fabulous layout page. Loving those chipboard embellishments, too!

  3. I don't do much (any!) scrapbooking - but this would be a terrific way to start out! I love the dimension and texture the chipboard gives to your layout - it's lovely!


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