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With Shape Shifting as the theme for this month, I was a bit dumbfounded as to what to do and what to use to create with until I started to go through some new paper packs that arrived recently from Kaisercraft. One of them is a very Australian themed pack and it included this round piece which is a world map/globe image. I actually got out the coloring pencils to accentuate the land and water in the image. After that I stenciled on some gum leaves and sprinkled green glitter over the top and then chose a few different pieces of ephemera from the same collection set to use.
My next step was to print out a few of the pieces from the Hero Arts Travel Journal DK004 set to use throughout my layout. I print them out on paper and then glue them onto cardboard to make them a tad more rigid.
I built up my photo frame using papers from the same collection and then on go all of the flowers and pieces of ephemera and always the final touch, the bling for the final bits of sparkle. All done, I hope you like it. See you next time.
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