- Use coordinated pattern paper - large dots as the base of the page.
- Trim Green patterned paper to apx. 10x10 , round corners and place on page as shown - with wider margin to the right.
- Trim pink paper to apx 9.5x9.5, ound corners, & place as shown with wider margin to the left.
- Trim lined patterned paper to apx 7 x7 and place in upper left corner. Journal on this.
- Trim and round corners of photos, place on layout as shown. four photos were used in this layout, but you can easily change to fit in the photos you want.
- Add rub-on "believe' over journaling.
- Print verse [Isaiah 52:7,"How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news, who tell of saving power, who say, 'Our God reigns."] on label maker with clear tape. Adhere to bottom of pink paper.
- Print date and adhere to large pink brad. Place brad inthe upper left corner of journaling.
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Friday, October 10, 2008
Faith Based Pages
I enjoy encouraging others to put their faith on their scrapbook pages. To me, it seems pretty straight-forward: if faith is a part of your day-to-day life then it ought to be showing up in your scrapbook pages fairly regularly - afterall we scrap to leave a legacy, don't we? It's been a joy these past few years to see others as they have their own 'ah-ha' moment regarding faith based pages. From time to time I plan to share one of my own FBP and give a little instruction on how I created it -