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March 2011 Crop Challenge #6 "Triangulating"

I made this page to enter in the challenge over at Life on the Scrap Beach, challenge #6 titled: Triangulating. It's perhaps my favorite type of layouts to make and when I design my paintings it's perhaps the first thing I think of- so it was absolutely in my comfort zone! YAY! I used the font from Printing Press for the first time after seeing how one of my good friends added it to a layout ( & to think I had written it off as uninteresting!) What was I thinking??! I purposely wrote the journaling as if just jotting notes on scrap paper. Enjoy & thanks for looking!!
That's my little stinker making one of his many faces!
Stars were stamped & embossed. I also added dimensional tape to "i". 

Letters for "Roll" are metal. Orange paper was cut using Graphically Speaking. Barbed wire is a stamp.

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  1. Awesome layout! LOVE blue and orange together ~ such a dynamic layout color combination! You did a great job with the layout and challenge ~ so cool! Thanks for playing!

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  2. This is so cute! I love the colors and the overall design! Such a great entry! =)

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  3. que hermoso LO!! la combinacion de colores y papeles esta genial!!
    Besos, Agus

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