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A long time ago when I lived in scrap.paradise I just layered everything. Now I am more conservative because I don't have the money or availability that I once did. Seriously in Phoenix there was a scrapbooking store on every corner. Now I have to drive an hour or shop.on line.
For doing an edge like on the ugly paper I usually cut a 1 inch frame and lay the next layer over it, or I cut four strips and glue them on the piece that is the middle. Nice edge fast between one and four once a of paper and voila frugal.
I also use the white paper in the album's as a base when I am doing lots of pieces.
Last edited by Happy Song; June 20th, 2013 at 08:57 PM.
Here is a an example of layering that only used two sheet of 12x12 double sided paper. The red dot is the back side of the base paper and the candy cane pibk is the back side of the striped paper. I love it when a page works out like this because then i don't feel so waistful. I have a double page layout from back in the day that used 10 sheets of paper because everything is layered instead of faked. Any way Tiffany as you get more experience and more paper you love your become more confident on this too.