Tuesday, September 27, 2011
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The two background papers are from one stack by SEI. I didn't have the scalloped striped piece so I made one myself, that is one way to stay furgile. I traced another scalloped piece that I liked the shape of and cut it out and inked it. Paper cost for background papers: $.85
Felt Border in brown: $1.00
I used scraps for all the die cuts and the mat. Cost of scrap: $.25
I made all the die cuts with the Slice machine, and since I already own that, cost of die cuts: free.
The chipboard corner, october and autumn sticker were from the Seasons chipboard box by DCWV a long time ago. I have been dying to use them, because they are simple and they matched this layout perfect. I happened to also get the entire set on clearance, cost: $.11
The flowers are made by Kaiser scrapbook, they are made out of paper and come 60 flowers to a package, I used 4 on this layout, 2 small ones and 2 medium (which I layered), cost: $.33.
The pearl stickies are by Hero Arts, they come 36 to a package and cost: $.21.
Total cost of the entire page is: $2.75!!!!!
Can you believe it?
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I cut the cog paper into an 11.5 x 11.5 square, layered onto a 12 x 12 piece of brown antiqued paper. The cream paper is cut into 3.5 x 10.75, and the red paper is 2.75 x 9. The cream script paper is 5 x 5 square. All the pieces were distressed with the Zutter distressing tool, then inked with dark brown ink. The pocket watches are cut from one of the other Bo Bunny patterned paper from the Timepiece Collection line. The flowers are cut from dark vellum with my Slice machine. The cogs are cut from the same paper as the background. The title is old scrabble tiles.
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