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01/29/2010

TEXTILE WEEK... (DAY 5 OF 5)

One of the most obvious ways to use fabric in a scrapbook is when you are designing a baby page.  As you look through a baby photo album, it is such a nice surprise to come across a page trimmed in flannel.  It is soft, just like a baby.  I love pretty flannel baby blankets.  Always have.  Always will.  This cushy flannel is better in person.  You'd want to touch it...

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Duo

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  Trio 
 

Finishing the page with the Go Go Boots Alphabet Sizzlit Die, the Scallop Punch, the Buttons Sizzlit Die and a few Gingham Bows was just right!

My next TEXTILE PROJECT with the BIG SHOT will be making a quilt.  Here is my inspiration... 

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In the meantime, however, I'm getting back to some paper projects - like making a VINTAGE CARD for Monday's post.  See you then.
 
Stampin' Up! Supplies & Accessories: Big Shot #113439 Die-Cut Machine, Bigz Die #114521 Oval Scallop Frame, Medium Sizzlit Dies #113450 Go Go Boots Alphabet, Sizzlit Die #113440 Buttons-5; Textured Card Stock #108695 Pretty in Pink; Ribbon #109032 Grosgrain Pretty in Pink; Punch #112091 Scallop Edge; Adhesive #104430 Stampin' Dimensionals, 110755 Tombow Multi Purpose Adhesive.
 
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