Thursday, September 17, 2009


Day 14 of the 30/30 Project


Here's what you need:

  • six 4x6 photos

  • one sheet of 12x12 cardstock for the background

  • one 3 x 11 strip of print paper

  • one 3 x 11 strip of solid cardstock for the photo strip

  • one 3 x 4 piece white cardstock for journaling

  • two 1 x 2 pieces of white cardstock

  • corner rounder

Here's what I did:

  • I used the QuicKutz Photo Frame Border to
    cut out the film strip.  It cuts the centers out of the strip so
    you can line up your photos to fit behind it.  If you don't have
    the Photo Frame Border, you can cut a 2 1/2 x 11 inch strip out of black
    paper & cut each of your photos to 2 1/8 x 2 5/8 and adhere the
    photos to the top of the strip.  (personally, I like the's fast & easy to use)

  • adhere your photos to the back of the strip

  • corner round your background cardstock on all 4 sides

  • corner round the left 2 sides of the print paper , the right 2 sides
    of the journaling block & the corners on the long sides of the
    small 1 x 2  pieces

  • arrange your photos & the film strip

  • tuck the journaling piece behind the film strip & make a light
    pencil mark down the left side so you keep your journaling where it

  • adhere it all down

  • add the small 1 x 2 pieces, partially tucked under the two big photos

If you'd like to create your page exactly like mine, there are six
(6) kits available today.  They include everything needed to make
this page, including the Photo Frame Border.  Kits are just
$5.  Get yours before they're gone!

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