That project

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This is turning into the project from hell.  It’s tricky because I can’t use very dimensional elements or I don’t think it will work like I need it to so I have to think about how I want to embellish it without adding any depth.

Here are the bits – I’ve been painting on the edges, because I didn’t want to do the default Distress Ink, which I love but seem to do on everything. The paint gives a more matt finish which I like and fortunately I had the perfect colour in my stash.

I love the look of it but boy is it messy!

I should be able to start assembling it once I get all the photo mats in place and a few journaling spots, then I can add anything flat once I see if it works!

More tomorrow – I hope!  The house is a tip and I really should be cleaning but I just want to put it all together and see if it works.  If it does, great, I can set it aside for an upcoming crop and fill it them.  If not, I’ll probably SCREAM.

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  1. Wow! This WAS worth waiting for. Bravo for your Stick-toit-itveness! The overhead shot showing the accordian inner spine was when I finally “got” the design. I hopehope those folds hold up over time. That would be my concern, but hopefully it will. At any rate, you did awesome work and thanks for sharing. Loved your painted tape-strip pillow too. xoxo

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