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Friday Layout

Hello everyone. Happy Friday! Friday is LO day here at Scrapbook Blessings Club. My name is Barbara and I am going to show you how to do a fast and easy LO using a grid design.

My Tip for today:  You can use a grid design many times and come out with very different Layouts each time. It is a good "go-to" design.

Here is my Layout for you today

Bo bunny Zip a de do dah collection
Bo Bunny kraft wood glasses
October Afternoon Daily Flash Chipboard
Jenni bowlin Chevron stamp
Ctmh Lagoon ink
Maya Road Camera Stamp
black ink
CTMH picture perfect stamp set
blue mist
brown mist
green mist

First I cut all my photos to 3x3. 
Then cut enough mini canvas pieces to make nine total counting your photos also to 3x3
The background paper I used was black and white and I wanted some color so I misted it with three mists.
While that is drying, I embellished each of my mini canvas peices. some with stamps, some with premade embellishments some handwriting as well.

Next I attached my 3x3 pieces and my photos onto the background paper. I did not want all my photos to be in any kind of line so I staggered them. It just depends on the look you want. I did put them in date order from left to right.

Then I added my title piece over the center grid piece at an angle.

I added more embellishments from the Zip a de doo dah sticker sheet and some washi tape and it is done.

Thank you all for joining me today for this quick and easy Layout. I hope you will make one and show us what you made on our FB page.
As always comments and questions are welcome and we will do our best to get back with you and answer any questions you have. 
Have a Scrapbook Blessings kind of day.


Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,


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