This amazing color palette is perfect for family portraits, heritage photos, and even a pretty fall-themed layout! The front sides of the paper are title papers for each member of the family, and the back sides have a variety of both masculine and feminine patterns for you to use to accent your photos. Card makers and papercrafters the designs are small, so even on a cut down piece of paper, you are still going to get the colors and textures of the large design.
In addition to these great papers, the embellishments will help give your creations a family-type flair. Use them as titles, journaling spaces, accent pieces, and embellishment clusters to finish off your pages.
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Today I have a project for you. I've been wanting to make one of these for awhile now but was really struggling with finding the right papers. Enter Moxxie! I was planning to give this as a gift to my sister so the sister paper and quotes were perfect for my project.
This was really quite simply to put together. I bought the cork on an after school sale and had my husband cut the 12x12 wood for me from a leftover shelving project.
2- Added the paper with modpodge and scraped out all the bubbles with a plastic card
3- I sanded the edges and then resealed them with modpodge, then add the cork, and pick and add your favorite quotes, stickers and die-cuts
4- put screws in the back for a wire to hang it and for the decorative knob on the bottom. Add some pretty ribbon to the wire and a little doodling on the quote sticker.
The longest part of this project was waiting for the modpodge to dry. I gave it a lot of drying time to be sure everything was really on there. Here's a couple close ups for you.
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