Jedi Training Adventure with Khristina

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Jedi Training Adventure with Khristina

Hi friends! 

   Today, I wanted to share a quick and easy way to work with cut files that doesn't involve taking the time to back each section with different patterned papers. Although I love that look as much as I am sure that you do, I don't always have the time or energy for a project like that. 

Instead of backing the cut file, I placed it on dimensional adhesive and then put that right on top of the Fandom red star patterned paper. Because the branding strip was perfect for my page, I cut it off the bottom and moved it over to the side. The Xyron Sticker Maker that we received is a perfect option for sticking down those branding strips as well as the inside shapes to finish my cut file letters and the pieces of ephemera that I wanted to use. 

I kept the embellishing fairly simple because the cut file takes up so much space and I really wanted that to be a design focus. In order to help my picture stand out, I clustered a few die cut stars and a phrase right around where my son was in the photo. I added a couple of epoxy flair badges and some foam thickers to the top and it was finished! I just love quick and easy layouts that bring a big impact! 

xoxo,

Khristina

Fandom Paper Collection: https://www.wildwhisperdesigns.com/collections/fandom/products/fandom-12x12-paper-pack

Fandom Ephemera Pack: 

https://www.wildwhisperdesigns.com/collections/fandom/products/fandom-ephemera-pack

 


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