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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Step by Step Layout by Carolyn Zabel using K & Co Winter 09 Papers!

This month Carolyn will be giving us some ideas and step by step intructions using the Maddison Range from K & Co. This is a beautiful faminen range and hope you enjoy what Carolyn brings you!

Here is an amazing Family Layout by Carolyn Zabel

Products used were:
Additional tools needed - a paper piercer

Step 1
First Cut a piece of K & Co Madeline Mint Scalloped rosed Flat paper 9" x 12".

Step 2
Next tear a little strip out of the Pattern Paper about 8 and #quarter inches along the page

Step 3

Adhere the Pattern Paper to the middle of the page making sure you leave the same space above and below the Pattern Paper.

Step 4
Then use the paper piercer first mark out with a pencil 1 inch increments down the tear in the Pattern Paper
Step 5
Then poke holes at each one inch increment.

Next take your gold ribbon and thread it through the holes as you would.

Step 6
Shoelaces the tie a bow to finish it off.
Step 7
Next Double Matt your photo

Step 8
Now time to add the ric rac to the top and bottom of the paper.

Step 9
Next add your journalling spot just above the bottom ric rac in the middle of the page.

Step 10
Add your photo to the left side of the jounralling spot covering some of it over.

Step 11

Then add your flowers to the top left corner of the photo and add the pearls.
I added a larger one in the middle and smaller around the outside of it.

Step 12

Paint the chipboard title adhere it to the bottom right corner I added a few pearls to this too.

Step 13

Now down in the bottom left corner I added a kaisercraft rubon.

Step 14

Add your journalling to your Journalling spot and Voila All completed.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial

Thank you


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1 comment:

Shirl said...

Hey Carolyn Love this lo. Those papers sure are pretty and you did an awesome job on this lo. Thanks for sharing with some step by step instructions! Great work. xo S