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Reflections III in 6x6

Reflections III in 6x6

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Reflections III in 6 x 6
  by Haley Dyer (hdyer@alltel.net)
“Reflections IV -B” Ten 6"x6 " Pages from One Sheet of 12"x1 2" Cardstock - Version II
Designed by Haley Dyer, Independent Consultant (706-745-6904 or hdyer@alltel.net)To begin, you will need to random stamp images closely together on one sheet of 12"x12"cardstock.You will also need ten 6"x6" squares of cardstock and/or B&T paper in the main accent color (color #1), two pieces of 6"x6" sheets of B&T paper in a second coordinating color (color #2), plus at least one 6"x6" plain piece of the same cardstock you originally stamped. Use the leftover  pieces as photo mats and other accents.Cut the 12"x12" stamped cardstock into four 6"x6" pieces, then cut each piece as follows.
Cut stamped piece A to make the following three strips: 3½" x6", 1½" x6", and 1"x6".
: Adhere the 3½" x6" vertically (portrait style) onto the 6"x6" base flush with theleft, top, and bottom edges. In the top right (centered but to the top) of the cardstock base (color #1), you will later adhere a small oval-shaped picture, title, or stamped image.2.
: Center the 1"x6" strip onto a 2"x6" piece of color #2. Mount this ¼"to ½" from the top of the 6"x6" base (color #1). Adhere a medium tag from the random stampedstrip at about the midway point, angling the tag down and toward the right edge. Later, adhere a2½" square photo in the bottom left.3.
: Layer the remaining 1½" x6" strip onto a 2"x6" piece of color #2. Mount this strip¼" to ½" from the side or bottom of the base (color #1).

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