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I scrap lifted you! My version is in the gallery. Thanks for sharing your ideas and talents.

I love how you used the circle punches and the vellum on this layout, and the small stamping details add so much to the page!! I always look forward to watching your videos!!

"can I ask now what printer do you use to print your collages for your scrapbook pages."

I use an Epson Stylus Photo R1900 Printer.

I love this video and your style of scrapbooking. I especially love your style of photo collaging and how you incorporate your journaling into the page.. I watched your video on creating collages and it was a lot of help to me. can I ask now what printer do you use to print your collages for your scrapbook pages. thanks K

I LOVE the punched circles and I love how you did them slightly differently this week with the vellum! So very cool! and I love the color blocking and the mat of white with the purple over it. VERY COOL. TFS!

Oh my goodness! I think this may be my favorite layout yet (although every week I say the same thing! They're all just so amazing). All the amazing Nichol touches that are on this layout make it pure perfection. From the adorned butterflies, to the punched circles, to the die cuts, to the stamped it all!

Video - From Start to Finish Video: His & Hers
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Video - From Start to Finish Video: His & Hers
by Nichol Magouirk
posted 06/02/11
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Stamping

I've been getting lots of requests for 2-page layout examples so I thought I'd share another one this week!

This week's layout features 9 photos on a 2-page spread from my sister-in-law's bridal shower last summer. I chose lots of purple for my page (mainly because that is my SIL's favorite color) from Pebbles, KI Memories and MME. I added touches of pink, orange and red in the punched butterflies, small borders and die cut flower border design to add interest. White stamping on vellum adds a soft layered touch.

One of my favorite things to do I punch circles from background papers, then punch a smaller circle to “frame” inside the larger one. It helps break up a background plus adds a great spot for embellishments.

For my title, I die cut the design from both patterned papers and vellum, layering the patterned paper over the vellum after toning down the intensity of the patt. papers with Mister Huey mist.

CHALLENGE: Use mists or inks on your next layout.

*This challenge runs from June 1, 2011 - June 8, 2011.*

Watch video below | From Start to Finish June 1, 2011
Challenge Submissions
Firecrackers POP
posted by thesnowwhite
on 06/06/11 at 11:53 PM
Personal Plates
posted by Ramsayl
on 06/04/11 at 07:18 PM
Sugar and Spice
posted by gracehope
on 06/02/11 at 04:27 PM

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