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How to tear a scrapbook page in Brushed Blooms and create something really awesome.  I love scrapbooking, but sometimes I don’t like where a page is going. But who knew that tearing this page would make it the perfect scrapbook layout. Turning this “ugh!” into “Oh yea” was a great feeling. Now looking at the double page layout, I wonder what is it I did not like?

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Taking this page from NO to oh no, really did surprise me. But in the end, it turned out to be one of my favorites. Let’s look at page two.

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After making the first page work, I decided to do it again on page 2. Totally love the use of colors and patterns. I used two different pattern papers. One from Fine Art Floral Designer Series Paper and the other one was True Love Designer Series Paper. Tearing the paper and then edging  it, really created a unique look. 

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I would like to give a special thank you to Janet Swofford. While I could see how well these pages would be with the pictures; it was Janet that made everyone else see the potential. By placing the basic white card on tip, it made the visualization easier. Thank You Janet. 

I have always loved paper crafting. Somewhere along the line, I found a different kind of happiness when I’m playing with paper. My purpose for paper crafting is to add joy to your crafting experience. I hope each card or each scrapbook page will add some joy to your life as well. Thank you for sharing with me.

As I grow my Paper Craft business, I am often surprised at my own success. But one thing I do know; it’s the love that comes from each of you that makes this career so much fun. Thank you for coming by and visiting my blog.

Love Ya,

Happy Crafting,

Elaine Pelletier. 




How to tear a scrapbook page in Brushed Blooms