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Maggie Holmes Design Team : Documented

By Jcchris
Hello again! Today I will be sharing with you on how I used this beautiful paper called Bookmark in the Open Book collection on my layout. I absolutely love the words on this paper. So I decided to use these words: The perfect day, Beautiful & Story Teller as part of my background. 
Maggie Holmes Design Team : Documented
First, I cut the background on a cardstock with my silhouette cameo. Then, I positioned the paper onto the cut lines. Next, I traced the lines so I can hand-cut the words/patterns. 
TIP > Cut slightly outside the lines that you have traced, so you can glue it at the back of your cardstock.  photo IMG_1841_zpsi0ulzjy9.jpg
This is how it should look once you glue the papers down.  photo fc13cedc-11e2-49cf-ab1a-e8ed6bcf1f2d_zpsv38cbcf6.jpg
Here is my completed layout....
 photo IMG_1957_zps28e0q1xq.jpgAll I did was to add the chipboard shapes + the decorative ampersand clip. Love the thickness of the chipboard and dimensional look to my layout! 
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Supplies used: Maggie Holmes Open Book 12x12 paper - BookmarkMaggie Holmes Open Book Decorative Pins & clipsMaggie Holmes Open Book 12x12 Chipboard Shapes
Thank you for allowing me to share with you today! Hope this will inspire you to create today!
Happy crating! Xoxo Jessy

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