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Malika Kelly Introduction Winner of Arrow Journaling Tags #3: LEE-ANNE THORNTON – I love your layout and your studio looks great. _____________________ Sindi Jeffers Introduction Winner of a $5 GC #6: JESSICA DOUGHERTY – LOVE your layout! ______________________ Jessy Christopher Introduction Winner of a set of Ice Cream Cones #5: Jennifer Taylor – super cute page! _______________________ Monique Liedtke Introduction Winner of a set of Little Deer […]

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I started with the paper that comes in our monthly “Bark Box” dog kit. It was screaming to be features in a layout! Start looking for things you can “cut and paste” to add to you layouts or project life! What a better idea than using actual paper from your everyday life! Mailings, packaging, advertising-it’s […]

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Greetings crafty friends, it’s Rhonda here today to share a project with you that I created featuring the all new Neapolitan collection.  When I looked at the fun design elements, one of my favorites are the Strawberry Arrows and I knew I wanted to use those! Strawberry Arrow Tags I thought it would be fun […]

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  • {vicki} - Great layout!
    Cute photo!
    I LOVE arrows—they are one of my favorites to use on layouts!
    Tiday is my birthday—this would be a great ‘gift’—-Thanks for the chance to win!ReplyCancel

  • Cathy Harper - Love this Rhonda. How did you do the circles? And hey, it is my birthday too, strange coincidence..guess they need two winners today!ReplyCancel

  • Jodi - sooooo adorable!!! love the layered arrows!!ReplyCancel

  • Rhonda Van Ginkel - Cathy – great question! I used the InStitch’s Circle 8×8 pierce template by Bazzill.

    Another way you could do it is lightly trace your circle with pencil, then evenly pierce around at even intervals. Just remember to lightly erase your pencil when done.ReplyCancel