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Where do you print your photos from?

Super cute! I just love watching your videos and how your layouts come together. I'm so glad you went over the products you used again, I love hearing about your thought process in picking what you do. I hope you keep that up in future videos.
And as a Mizzou grad, I'll just overlook that Jayhawks t-shirt!

I NEVER get tired of watching your videos. I love your work.

Same here, love the boy layouts!
Loving that blue pp, need to add more of that type of paper to my stash, the subtle pattern ones that you use so well!

Another cute layout and thanks for your time and effort. I LOVE these From Start to Finish videos. Also, thanks for sharing the info about the adhesive you use on your titles....I found that on your blog the other day and bought some at M's....used it yesterday and it worked great!

SUPER ADORABLE! As the mom of two boys, I love ALL of your boy layouts so much!! You can do boy cute so well! TFS!!

Video - From Start to Finish Video: Super Hero Stuff
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Video - From Start to Finish Video: Super Hero Stuff
by Nichol Magouirk
posted 09/07/11
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Stamping

This week's layout features the Design Principle of Proportion/Scale as part of 2Peas Design School feature. I “divided” my page into 2 halfs (each 6x12") and added the photos/journaling/title so that each side was in proportion to each other. Similarly, the scale of each side of the layout is very similar lending the layout to a nice balance. There are many, many ways to use these design principles and I chose to keep all my elements very similar in size to one another. I could have also created a bunch of smaller photos and a large oversize title or used one really big photo with a small title, etc.

The die cut title is from the Silhouette Online Store.
The journaling cards are from a Becky Higgins Project Life kit.
The rub-ons are an older product by Cosmo Cricket.

CHALLENGE: Create a layout using the Design Principle of Proportion/Scale.
*Challenge runs from September 7th, 2011 - September 14th, 2011.*

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