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Nain & Taid Scrapbook Page

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12010

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Print Idea

Overview

It's easy to capture moments by creating one-of-a-kind scrapbook pages. Follow the steps below to create this elegant Nain & Taid Scrapbook Page yourself.

Sizzix Die(s) Used

  • Sizzix Bigz Die - Flowers, 3-D
  • Sizzix Framelits Die Set 8PK - Circles

Instructions

Other Supplies: Cardstock (Inspire Me Papers), Assorted Cardstock by My Mind's Eye ( Lost & Found range), Ink (Tim Holtz Distress), Blending Tool, Hot-glue Gun, Foam Dots

Cut an 8" x 8" square of the Pale green patterned paper and distress the edges using the ink blending tool. Attach a strip of pink paper bordered by two thin strips of brown paper across the bottom half of the layout. Die-cut the Frame from brown, cream, pink and pale green cardstock. Attach the brown die-cut Frame to the layout before attaching the cream, pink and pale green elements. Subtly distress the edges of each element using your ink blending tool before positioning in the brown Frame. Use the parts of the Frame die set to cut the central elements from cream and pale green paper before printing and die-cutting your chosen photo. Add rectangular strip of Damask patterned paper to the left hand side and use a PC to print your sentiment onto patterned paper before die-cutting using one of the central elements from the Frame die. Attach to the layout using 3-D foam dots. Use a PC to print out your chosen page title (Nain & Taid in this example) and die-cut using the 32mm Framelits Circle. Die-cut a 42mm Circle from brown cardstock, mat together and attach to the layout using 3-D foam dots. Die-cut two sets of Leaves from pale cream and pale green paper, distress the edges with the ink blending tool and curl the individual leaves to give some depth before attaching to the layout with PVA glue. Finally, die-cut two pink and one pale cream 3-D flower, distress the edges with the ink blender and roll them into the flower shapes securing with a hot glue gun and folding back some of the petals where appropriate.