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Okay so I would love your thoughts on this!!!

Yes, this is coming a bit late in the day but I unfortunately am suffering from a very yucky sinus cold :-( and it took me a long time to get it done and then finally up on the blog.

I have shared with ya’ll that I am trying to get my Disney pictures scrapped from our vacation 2 years ago!!! ( I know that is pretty sad isn’t it) But hey praise the Lord for Photo Cd’s that last for-e-ver. ( have you ever seen the sandlot!! With the guy that says forever really slow, it’s a hoot) Anyway….I am trying to work diligently on this album so today I worked on one of the pages that have to do with having dinner with the Princesses at Epcot. I learned a new technique for paper flowers using my Plantin Schoolbook Cart for this page. And I must say….. that I so totally love it!!!!!!!!!! Sometimes I think that ya’ll must think I am a cross between a valley girl and a southern gal!! With all of my so’s you all’s and ya’lls. To tell you the truth I am originally from Upstate NY but Florida is officially my home of choice and I hope to get back there soon.

Ok Ok enough jibber jabber. What I need you all for is to help me decide if I should scrap this or frame it. I like it so much I am not sure what I want to do. Here is the layout:IMG_3421

I have to tell you that I am still wondering how I did it. All I can say is Thank you so much to all of the bloggers out there who give great tutorials. I found the tutorial for the rose on one of the blogs (due to my Nyquil induced coma I am not thinking clearly) I tried it out and wa-lah it worked!!! Here is a close-up and then I will give you the details.

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This was so easy to make and literally took like 5 min. It was made from the flower image on my Plantin Schoolbook cart. It is near the end of the handbook and on the bottom row of the keyboard.

So I used the Storybook Cartridge for the rest of this layout. I love this cartridge and I know that many of you have had it for a long time but I just got this cart back in March and I am still pretty new to it. For the trellis or vines that my little flowers are on I used the branch border on page 38 of the handbook

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Then I added some small pink and cream flowers from Got Flowers. I used some glitter glue to add alittle something to my cream colored flowers.

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Next I added a cute title from Storybook it’s the Once upon a time title from pg 68 and I also used the accent blackout on pg 68 to give my title a mat.

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Then I put four corners from the storybook cartridge on the page. They were on pg 47 of the handbook. Lastly I added little rhinestones on each flower in the corners.

Please let me know if you would like the full tutorial on the flower. Thanks everyone!!!

So tell me should I Scrap it (put it in an album) or Frame it???

Comments

  1. This is so beautiful!!! I would never hide it in a scrapbook!!
    Deanne
    http://deannescreativejuice.blogspot.com/

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  2. I think you did a fantastic job and should frame it!!!! That is gorgeous!! I would like the full tutorial on the flower please;

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  3. Love it, wonderful job! Frame it for sure!

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  4. Definitely Frame it!! Way to good to close up in an album!!
    yes on the flower tutorial!!
    Denise in WA
    www.rndhud6.blogspot.com

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  5. Frame frame frame!!!! And I HAVE to know how you made that beautiful flower!!!!!

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  6. I'd frame it!!! It is so cute and the 3D rose is awesome. Would LOVE to know where the tutorial is. Please share!!!!

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  7. Gorgeous! Definitely frame it - show it off to everyone who walks in the door! :-)

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  8. Very beautiful...frame it!
    I would like the full tutorial on the flower.
    Thank you
    mema
    wilsonp58@yahoo.com

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  9. I would want to have this on my wall. You did a wonderful job.

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  10. Beautiful layout! i would frame it! I also would love to see the flower tutorial, its gorgeous!
    TFS

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  11. Anything that lovely should be shown...frame it!! You did a wonderful job! The rose is beautiful!

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  12. Love the flower, beautiful job! Thank-you for joining the RAK group if you could add me as a friend on Facebook ( Deborah Jennings Foti) I can add you to the rak group..
    Thanks have a lovely day!

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  13. Love it! Definitely frame it!

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  14. btw Yes a tutorial on the flower is quite necessary

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  15. Put it in a protector with cardboard behind it and use an easel to display it! That way you can change the picture easily whenever you come up with the next gotta frame layout.

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  16. Such a great LO! Frame it for a while and then change it w/another one of your masterpieces!

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  17. I say frame this gorgeous creation! But, use a shadow box frame, and leave the back so that you can remove it when you are ready to put another art piece in it, Then you can scrap this one.

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  18. Absolutely beautiful frame.

    Sandy
    http://www.thecraftycreationspot.blogspot.com/

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  19. NO Question --FRAME IT--
    Lovely
    Great job and I would love to see a tutorial on the rose.
    Thanks

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  20. OMG...so cute! Definitely frame it! I have an award for you...visit my blog to check out the details: http://prettypaperprettyribbons.blogspot.com/2011/05/just-little-this-and-that.html.

    Lisa
    http://prettypaperprettyribbons.blogspot.com

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  21. bee-utiful, definitely worthy of being framed

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  22. Frame it! It's a work of art! I love the rose!

    Craftelicious.blogspot.com

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  23. I have been scrapbooking for a few years now and today I bought a cricut. I searched online for blogs to get some ideas. I was literally amazed when I came across your page. This scrapbook page is absolutely beautiful. My suggestion is to frame it for everyone to see. Your daughter is so lucky to have a crafty mom like you :-)

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