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Paper Flowers

by Vanessa
(Atherton, Queensland, Australia)



Hi Susan

I used your idea to make some paper flowers for this page from my album. What do you think?



Vanessa, I just love this layout! You and your family look as though they are having such fun! What a good idea to move the couch from your living room out into the landscape for a photography session. Lol! That is so inventive. It sure had the right effect, getting everyone into the spirit of the photography session.

Your paper flowers certainly turned out beautifully. I like the darker centres in them. You used the exact same punches as I did in my example page. Yet they do look different, being made in slightly different colours. The stems add a lot too.

I see you used the iris folding technique around the photograph in the upper left hand corner. It looks very effective! I also like the layering you did with your rub on in the upper right side of your page and the text rub ons you used for journaling as well.

Thank you so much for sharing with us :) I hope you will come back to share more of your scrapping with us soon!

Happy Scrappin'


PS: You may also like to try making these kinds of paper flowers:

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