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Monday 7-9 NL Tutorial Challenge

I'm not sure I did this as well as I'd like, but Brandy Hackman's tutorial was easy to follow, and I think it could be adapted to any busy-patterned paper, not just geometrics. It was fun to give it a try! Here's a photo of DGS enjoying a snack. I used one of Syndee's Freeze Frames on the photo. Other info is in the exif. Thanks for looking!


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Fantastic layout Diane! I love it! It's a wonderful photo with great journaling and perfect colors. I love how you created the background too. Glad you enjoyed the challenge - thanks for taking part in it!

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I like the frame you chose-brings attention to the photo! Nice job on the background. Handsome fellow you have there!!

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This turned out great. I like the areas of the bold circles. It gives the page a shot of color without overpowering your grandson's photo. I like this a lot!

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This is so sweet! Adorable photo and I really like the great job you did on your background. Love the way the little circles sorta remind me of popcorn! I like the way you framed the pic and I really like the colors you used. Great layout. :)

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Love the ribbon clipped to the photo! I have to try that one! Great job on the technique and I really like the added stamp behind the photo.

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DGS is So cute! Love the bold circle paper and your blending to soften around the photo. Those blue green circles really compliment his gorgeous eyes.

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Diane! I recognised that goregous little face straight off the message board! What a cutie indeed! I can harldy even see your paper with those eyes looking at me... love the circles to reflect the popcorn and the fact you chose a non patterned neutral to offset the patterned paper...

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I like the way you softened the bold pattern of the background paper. The photo mask behind the picture is great, too. Wonderful page!

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Such a sweet face. Love his expression. Great papers for the background. Lovely layout.

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