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    Nov. 12th Speed Scrap in HERE!

    HEY EVERYONE! See us in the chat room!

    Here is the basic Speed Scrap info:

    Starting at the top of the hour, I will post your first instruction, followed by 1 more step every ten minutes through the hour!

    At the top of the second hour, I will post the last instruction and then you'll have 1 additional hour to finish and post your LOs.

    Some important things to remember to make the Speed Scrap go a bit smoother:

    - The instructions/steps are all pretty self-explanatory, but also remember that you can interpret them creatively. We aren't drill sergeants. Do the best you can on the instructions, but don't freak out over them. Be creative! We won't disqualify you!!

    - You can use a template if you want

    - Go Digital products are NOT required, but of course, we love it when you use them!!

    - I will re-cap all the steps/requirements at the end of the hour.

    Please don't stress! Speed scraps are fun. Just take the steps to mean what you think they mean and have fun!!!

    See you at the Speed Scrap!


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    Sorry about that ladies - we'll give instructions here. Here's your first one.

    1. GO - Go and choose 2 photos and three or more papers (that coordinate with your photos). One must be solid and two with patterns. Layer your papers so you can see all three. If that means rotating them a bit that's fine. If you only want to use a portion of one of the papers, that's great as well.
    Last edited by Darlene Currie; 11-12-2012 at 06:19 PM.


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    2. D - is for Decide - Decide on your frames - Choose 2 frames and you must frame at least 1 of your photos, you can repeat the same frame if you'd like.
    Last edited by Darlene Currie; 11-12-2012 at 06:19 PM.


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    3. I - is for Include - Include at least one cluster arrangement with one of your photos/frames. Layer some scraps of paper, a ribbon or string, and stitching, the rest of the elements choices are up to you.
    Last edited by Darlene Currie; 11-12-2012 at 06:19 PM.


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    4. G - is for Greenery - add a minimum of two pieces of greenery to you page - anywhere you'd like.You can duplicate the greenery - but no more than two separate ones - I'll leave the amount up to you.
    Last edited by Darlene Currie; 11-12-2012 at 06:20 PM.


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    5. I - is for Insert a date on an element - it could be a journaling tag or something of your choice, and attach it to your page with a button, tape, stitching or a staple.
    Last edited by Darlene Currie; 11-12-2012 at 06:20 PM.


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