Club Scrap Blog Hop: Moroccan Spice

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

(I have 2 posts today...if you're looking for Decorate to Celebrate's post, please click HERE)


Hello and welcome to Club Scrap's Moroccan Spice Blog Hop!

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If you came from Lisa's Blog, you're in the right place!
Your next stop is Cathy's Blog!
If you would like to start from the beginning, go to Club Scrap's Blog.

Here's my project for this month (the photos on the left are washed out...I ran out of ink! Will reprint them, but left them for illustration purposes):


Remember this page I made a while ago (click HERE to see the post, if you haven't...)?


See the tile behind the butterfly?


This is where it came from:


I didn't want to waste the paper, so I fussy cut the right edge and layered the photo mat on:


This is the unfinished left page:


I added embellishment cutaparts, ribbons, medallion and sequins with brads...




...and made a flower using the sequins and brad (there's another flower you can make...check out this Club Scrap's Blog post - click HERE):


Don't forget to visit the next blog: Cathy's Blog!

Supplies:
(all supplies from Moroccan Spice Deluxe Kit)
foam tape


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12 comments

  1. Hello Lilian, those are great pages and you really did not waste a thing.
    Love your work.

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  2. Such beautiful attention to detail in your layouts Lillian! Gorgeous work. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Love the embellishments you made for your pages! Beautiful work. Have a great day!

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  4. Well, if you know me by now, you know I love it when every scrap is used! You've made me a very happy camper today! I love how you were able to incorporate everything into a gorgeous double page spread. Great embellishment details, too!

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  5. Well, aren't you the clever one! I never would have thought of that myself. Your pages look great. TFS!

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  6. Great use of paper, wonderful camouflage!

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  7. What a wonderful blog from you. Awesome ideas and great work.

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  8. Love the effect of the fussy cutting, Lillian!

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Thanks for all your lovely comments! They make my day! =)

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