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Welcome to the Monday Magic Creation challenge, hosted by me, Pamela O’Connor, your Close To My Heart Independent Consultant.
Let me share how it will work. Each Monday at 10 am CST, I will post a new scrapbook layout pattern featured in CTMH's all-new scrapbook how-to program, Magic. I will share with you my completed scrapbook layout using the featured pattern and challenge you to play along with me.
So, lets get started!
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Here is my Monday Magic Creation for week 7 (MMC7)…
This week I am using the Olivia Level 1 Scrapbook Kit for my creation.
I have also incorporated the Memory Protectors Flip Flaps 12” Assortment along with this concept. At the CTMH Convention this past July, they taught us how to do this during one of our Create ‘n Take sessions.
As you can see I cut two of the pre-made layouts so that they would fit into the 4” x 12” and 8” x 12” Flip Flaps. Above you can see the left page closed and below you can see the left page opened.
Using this pattern with the Flip Flaps, I should be able to get a total of 18 photos on my layout! Woohoo!
Below is a close up of just the left page opened.
To play along with me, create your own scrapbook layout using the above featured pattern from Magic and upload your creation to your blog or online gallery. Then leave a link to your creation using the linky widget at the bottom of this post.
There is no time limit - you can always play any week at any time, but I will close the linky form each Sunday night at 11:59 pm (CST). That way there's no confusion which linky is the current one.
If you upload to online galleries, please use keyword/tag MMC7 for this week (11/1-11/7).
Have fun playing along with me!
Click the link at the bottom of this post for the entry form. Please type your name or screen name in the Caption or Title field, then choose the link and photo you'd like to enter. Please link directly to your specific blog post with your layout in it, and not your general blog url.
Note: If you're having problems linking, try entering the link to your card, then choosing From File instead of From Web. Then just browse to where your picture is saved on your computer to get your thumbnail.