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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Single Step by Step Layout by Marnie Sanford


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1. Select 2 4x6 photos (one portrait and one landscape). Gather coordinating papers and embellishments.
2. Attach the photos as shown to the base patterned paper. I chose the orange so it would contrast to the deep blue in the photos and make them stand out.

3. Choose a title and attach it to the base card, overlapping it slightly with the photos. This draws attention to the images too. Using lovehearts or other shapes in the title to replace letters adds a cute touch. I added the Kaiser bling to the heart too to make it stand out more.
4. Cut or punch a circle approximately 3 inches in diameter from a contrasting paper. I used the inside of my double sided tape roll to trace mine

5. Layer it with a piece of mesh ribbon in the top right hand corner of the page.

6. Before attaching the circle of patterned paper, distress the edges. Staple it down over the mesh. Use foam tape to attach a flower, chipboard heart and a butterfly to make them stand out more and give your page dimension.

7. Adhere a chipboard tree to the page as shown, above the title, overlapping it with the photos a little. I used gemstone glue to attach the tree. Add bling to each "branch".

8. To the left of the landscape photo, attach a ticket embellishment, flower and chipboard heart, again using foam tape to add dimension. Use a Kaiser rubon to "frame" the photo.
9. Above the patterened paper circle, tear the page to add a distressed feel, and place more of the contrasting aqua paper behind it as shown. I used staples to attach it, but you could use double sided tape or add a few stitches. Using more foam tape, layer another butterfly over the distressed area. Add journalling to the circle.

10. Add bling to the rubon, and journal the date on the ticket.

11. Finish the page with some small hand stitching on the portrait photo, and distress the edges of the whole layout.


nic said...

Such a gorgeous layout Marnie - love how you've put all the elements together...xxxooo

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