02 September 2013

A doilies patterned paper tutorial

Here is a quick tutorial for a doilies patterned paper:

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This paper is inspired by a Crate Paper paper which is part of this month's inspiration kit (on the Counterfeit Kit Challenge).


27 comments:

  1. Cute layout! Love your heart cluster with the pin addition!

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  2. Wonderful tutorial & layout :)

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  3. The doily paper forgery is better than the original! Love the softness that the vellum adds - I was wondering how you did that.

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  4. Love that doily paper. Thanks for the tutorial--I never would have thought about doing it that way.

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  5. Beautiful layout! I love the stitching and I LOVE the paper you created! That crate paper is one of my favorites as well and you did an amazing job recreating it!

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  6. Oh wow!! this is great! So creative!!!

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  7. Love this layout. thanks for sharing.

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  8. wow! this is beautiful. I love the paper, thanks for the tutorial!

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  9. Beautiful soft layout. Love the doilies and your background

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  10. A great tutorial using the doileys to make clouds paper.

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  11. WHOA, that is crazy impressive and crazy gorgeous!

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  12. Gorgeous page - love the use of doilies!

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  13. Very pretty doilies.....thanks for sharing!

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  14. Love the doily process. Such beautiful colors used with your black and white photos!

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  15. Gorgeous page. Great technique on your page.

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  16. Love how you misted the background---brilliant!

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  17. your counterfeit paper is amazing - you are a true expert!

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  18. Your counterfeit paper work is stunning!!! Beautiful layout!!

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  19. Gorgeous layout -- everything works so well together! Thanks so much for participating in the blog hop. We really appreciate your creative addition to the event!

    Debbie
    Scrapbook Generation

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  20. This may be my all-time favorite patterned paper ever! I bought the 12x12 size and the 6x6 paper pad, but this forgery will allow me to have it any time I want. Thanks so much for your contribution to the tutorials this month. FAbulous job!

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