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Further Schzoozing up!

Remember last week, when I talked about schoozing up a card in three easy lessons? It's here if you don't recall.

I had some left over flowers and I mumbled something about it being a good prospect for a scrapbook layout - given my unfulfilled promise to myself that I would do a layout a month this year . . .

Well, I finally printed out a photo that contained similar colours and put together a nifty little 6"x6" layout in order to use up those flowers - after all, it was a bit of work to cut them all out, then not use them!

But the even more exciting part about this is, I have stuck to all the main ingredients I used previously, so if you like, this layout is a schzoozed up version of the cards I made last week - or this is Step 4 of the series!

April 10 Layout 002

See, same Stampin' Round Wheel, same flowers, same rhinestone brad, same colours, same Top Note Die cut on the Bigshot - ooh it's so easy to create something when all the ingredients are already sorted, and you just have to put the puzzle together.

April 10 Layout 003

Mini album layouts are great because they are quick and easy, but it's hard to find a place to put any journalling.  That's where hidden journalling can be used, and I have done so here with a tag made from the same Top Note Die cut twice (thanks Tina Gillespie!!) and a piece of Kiwi Kiss ribbon for the tab. This slots in nicely behind the photo.

April 10 Layout 004

Printed journalling boxes do look lovely, but I guess it's a bit like a hand-written card, the receiver has no doubt as to who the author was of the sentiments written just for them.

April 10 Layout 007

Now, at some stage in the next 10 years, I must get on and scrapbook a few more of those wedding photos! 


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