How to Make a Multi-Layered Scrapbook Page

A layout using Graphic 45 papers and Heartfelt Creations stamp and die set.

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How to Make a Multi-Layered Scrapbook Page
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Trim center piece of Sweet Sentiments paper

Trim center piece of Sweet Sentiments paper

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Trim second and third sheets of paper to 10 1/2" and 9 3/4"

Trim second and third sheets of paper to 10 1/2" and 9 3/4"

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Distress and ink edges.

Distress and ink edges.

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Now adhere each sheet on top of the other. Distress and manipulate edges for a bit more texture. *tip, cut the middle out of 2nd layer and save piece for mats

Now adhere each sheet on top of the other. Distress and manipulate edges for a bit more texture. *tip, cut the middle out of 2nd layer and save piece for mats

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I made my own flowers using Heartfelt Creations Sun kissed fleur stamp and die set.

I made my own flowers using Heartfelt Creations Sun kissed fleur stamp and die set.

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For cutting with the die, I absolutely suggest using the template for perfect alignment with the stamped image. Watch Heartfelt Creation's Emma Lou's Youtube video on this for more detail.

For cutting with the die, I absolutely suggest using the template for perfect alignment with the stamped image. Watch Heartfelt Creation's Emma Lou's Youtube video on this for more detail.

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All edges inked up and ready for color.

All edges inked up and ready for color.

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Now for shaping. I use the petal shaping tool, but you can use anything with a rounded edge.

Now for shaping. I use the petal shaping tool, but you can use anything with a rounded edge.

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More coloring with some Lindy's mists.

More coloring with some Lindy's mists.

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Using a stencil I add some texture paste adding another layer to my page.

Using a stencil I add some texture paste adding another layer to my page.

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I do a dry placement to get an idea of where I want all my goodies. I use my smaller pieces and scraps of paper for layers under my photo. I take a pic so I remember where most of it goes.

I do a dry placement to get an idea of where I want all my goodies. I use my smaller pieces and scraps of paper for layers under my photo. I take a pic so I remember where most of it goes.

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I put out all my embellies. I pull quite a bit, and don't always use them all. I like to have a variety to choose from. Take time to ink up all your edges.

I put out all my embellies. I pull quite a bit, and don't always use them all. I like to have a variety to choose from. Take time to ink up all your edges.

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Everything gets glued down, I pop my pic on foam for height. My flower centers are filled with micro-beads, I add some stickles for sparkle and liquid pearls randomly around the layout.

Everything gets glued down, I pop my pic on foam for height. My flower centers are filled with micro-beads, I add some stickles for sparkle and liquid pearls randomly around the layout.

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