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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Step by step single layout by shazz dalton

So Glad We’re Friends

Cut centre out of Flutter Forever leaving approx 2” border

Cut Coredinations - Hot Pink Cardstock to a 10” x 10”
Cut Coredinations – Jaybird Blue Cardstock  to 4” x 10” 
Cut the circle stripe out of Adorn-It CC Flutter

Cut stripe off the Flutter Forever (allowing for cutting of
couple of butterflies, see pic below)

Now lay out all pieces of PP & Cardstock as displayed,
mark where everything sits on the LO, do not stick together yet! 
Grab your Hot Pink Cardstock and place template
over (I just used a piece of acetate with black dots on it) and start pricking
your holes so that you can use your Cropadile or Silent setter to punch out
various sized holes

Cut a piece of Coredinations – Lime to place
behind the punched out area

Now cut carefully around a butterfly on the Flutter Forever
stripe, lift wings and add the bling to the centre of the butterfly
Now you can cut a piece of Coredinations – Lime
to frame your 6x4 photo

Now you can start to adhere your LO together

Add your Flutter Stripe with the circles on it, then add
your photo. Now that you have adhered everything prick your next series of
holes down the bottom left hand corner.
Now using 
your Cropadile or Silent Setter punch out the different size holes,
place Lime behind the Hot pink Cardstock again

Add your Kaisercraft Word Bling – Friends to you LO
Then I cut out another matching butterfly from
the Fancy Flutter to put in front of my punched out holes, added some bling to
it and adhere to the LO

Now I cut some different sized circles from various coloured
cardstock and from the Flutter Stripe to add to the LO, then finish adding your
title using Bella Teal Font.
Thankyou for sharing this with us shaz
thankyou for reading
luv tan xx


lexie said...

Gorgeous work Shaz....oxo

Susan said...

This is lovely Shaz. I love the crop-a-dile idea!