Using the Free Range Add on… and more colour papers available on request.
I picked out the colors and background paper that I wanted to use. I used my Tim Holtz ruler and a pencil to draw even lines spaced an inch apart. Then I simply stamped across each line with this color ink
After the ink was dry, I used my white eraser to take erase the penciled lines
For the outside borders, I used different patterned paper from the kit with different techniques. I used one of my border edge punch, and the fun lace tape that is in the kit. I also love to wet down my papers to get them to mold how I would like them to when they dry, so I did that along the edge to show a little smidge of the patterned paper on the backside.
The wait is over Studio Calico’s Back 40 scrapbooking kit is ready and available. It’s packed with so much of the latest products your bound to want more. If your a butterfly freak like me (smiles) ,those vellum butterflies are so so adorable you’ll want more of them for sure.
I have been very very busy. I attended Paperific for the first time. Got lots of useful tips and tricks as well meant so good ol Aussie companies stocking some really cool things. I am definitely going to order some.
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