i didn't not know the tiny tiny attacher did that! thank you so much!!!!
Great lesson! I love papers like that, but I find that I am afraid to do anything with them for fear of messing up the beautiful scene. Now I know. Thanks!!
How wonderful that you covered this situation with scenic papers. and thanks for the tiny attacher tip...did not know that we could staple in the middle of a page.!
I checked out the submissions for this week and WOW...lots of us have the same problem and their results are fantastic. Love your layouts and especially Love your Christmas in Brooklyn page
Thanks Glitter Girl for the great videos....love these sessions!
Great Video!! Loved how those pages turned out.
Another great lesson on a challenging topic. I also have both of those papers in my stash. As for the Farmhouse paper, I would cut a 7 to 8 inch square out of the center, so I could have some of the B side to use later. There would still be enough of a border to adhere the top two layers to.
Thanks Glitter Girl!
Great inspiration, I've had a go with some papers that had been sat in my stash.
Video - Glitter Girl Adventure 029 :: Scenic Solutions
This week Glitter Girl takes on those patterned papers that are beautiful but challenging, something being discussed here [twopeasinabucket.com] on the general scrapbooking message board. Her adventure takes her through the creation of two new layouts in an extended episode featuring October Afternoon papers.
Come along for the adventure, won't you?
This week, Glitter Girl challenges you to use challenging patterned paper on a project this week, then share the results in the gallery! (If you have scenic paper designs in your collection, give them a try! If you don't, pick a paper that you love but find challenging.) Don't forget to tick the box for the Glitter Girl challenge in step four of the uploading process.
Join us every Wednesday for the Adventures of Glitter Girl, helping the world one crafting dilemma at a time. Each week Glitter Girl joins Two Peas via video to solve a problem posted on the message boards. Don't miss out as she shares project tutorials, product comparisons and technique tips throughout the year.