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On Repeat

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I’ve always wanted to do a repetitive picture layout but I wasn’t sure how to put it together.  Finally, with this June’s Kit, I was able to put the pieces together in my head enough to go for it!  I figured out I could use the repetitive picture as the “paper” and mask it somehow to make it a little softer.

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I printed out the same picture and pasted it as a base with some Ellie’s Studio Paper as the foundation and accent.

  Then using the exclusive Just Nick Cut Files, I isolated the circle shape.

 

Repeating it and with different sizes, I made my own cut file design.

 

 

 

 The journaling was printed on velum and placed on the bottom with a row of labels covered with the vellum as a base.

 

 Again, more layers of paper underneath the main picture with bits of the same repeat picture peeking through the cut file.

 

I always seem to go for the stapler! Guess I appreciate the industrial look in a softer layout to balance it. #stapleallthethings 🙂

Here is the whole layout!Thanks for stopping by today!XOXOXO-Kim

Author: krodesigns

As a full time stay at home mom of four sporty, smelly and sweet boys ranging in the ages of 4 to 16 - when not doing laundry - I’m a mixed media teaching artist with a passion for fiber art, planner, scrapbook and Project Life. I love making practical, everyday things beautiful as well as functional, and unbreakable.

3 thoughts on “On Repeat

  1. I love how this turned out with the peek-a=boo photos, so cute

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  2. This is an amazing technique. It looks fabulous!

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  3. wow, i seriously love this! just stunning!!!

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