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Monday, February 5, 2018

Good Morning, Candace Bouldin from Scrapin Jpegs with your border Monday. 
Today I thought I'd brighten your day with flowers. Who doesn't love flowers?


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I used the New Daisy Bouquet Punch to create these borders along with the Cake My Day paper pack, in Going Gone area on Creative Memories website. The New Daisy Bouquet Punch is a free standing punch so you could essentially punch anywhere along the outer border of a page. Eyeballing, you slide the punch to make it appears as a seamless border. The first border I did is with paper from the Cake My Day and backed with white paper. Then using the Doily border punch, another free stand alone punch and cut out one border and used scissors to cut in half, putting mimicking border on each side. If you wanted to punch out two you could but this saves paper and time.
The second border is same technique. Literally, this green is the back side of floral print paper. Then I punched out flowers in hot pink, pink, white, yellow and layered them on top of each other as shown. The light green and the black are the pieces from Cake My Day that you punched out to make the base. The darling border at bottom is the Dancing Daisy border maker cartridge.


How would you use these borders or techniques in your scrapbooks? I can see them with a Mother's day page, Spring, and Easter pages.

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