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Monday Die Cut- Layout

Hello everyone and welcome to Monday Die Cut Day. This is Barbara and I am going to show you a LO I did using the Cricut Cartridge called Paper Lace. I like the look of these Layouts and cards with the stencil like overlay. You can cut these overlays easily with Paper Lace, Paper Lace 2, CTMH Artbooking and Jo Ann's Edge to Edge cartridges. You can also design your own using Cricut Craft Room.
My Tip for today is: You can also use any cuts from these cartridges as stencils.

This is the completed Layout. As you can see I chose to put strips of PP behind the over lay and then embellish and put all my photos on top of the overlay. 
But there are many different ways to use these overlays on your layouts. If you want to back only certain part of the overlay with a certain color, cut the overlay out again on your color of choice and use the cut out pieces to fill in the sections that you want to be a certain color. You can do this more than once to get many different looks. If some of the cut out areas are large enough you can put some of your photos behind the overlay as well. 
I used Clemintine patterned paper from CTMH and accessories from that design as well and the Paper Lace Cricut Cartridge. That is all there is to it.
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 Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,


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