Monday, 10 December 2012

On The Eleveth Day Of Christmas

I created a double page spread. This was made by adding one of the excess pages from the original book. The tab you can see there at the top of the turntable page was made by cutting a decorative shape label in half, and gluing it in place. I used the big shoot for to create mine, but you can get them, pre-cut at stationers or just try drawing one. Fold your paper in half and draw then cut a shape. This would then be your template for a card shape you can use again and again. The paper on the front of the page is Cosmo Cricket and Docrafts. The embellishment are from various card kits. The double page interior is covered in paper chase gift wrap. This can be used to display photos or other art or even more journaling.
Lovely vintage image

Lots of space for journaling
The left hand side of this layout is a cropped Tim Holtz paper. Blacked around the edges. The "Dear Santa" is from a Cosmo Cricket set. Please remember when you get a large space like this it doesn't have to be filled with writing. You could place a photo and write around it, or maybe some of your art. If you need more space, try stapling extra pages over the top of this one, experiment.

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