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Template to get the most pennants out of a 12x12 piece of scrapbooking paper

Fall Pennant Bunting DIY

How to Make a Spring Wreath • Lots of great Ideas & Tutorials! • Including this beautiful paper wreath from blooming homestead.

How to Make a Spring Wreath | The Budget Decorator

I really want to make this with the pages of an old hymnal and put it over my bed. All those words of praise to Jesus above my head while I sleep!

Canvas and Scrapbook Paper - Oooo, I have some wonderful paper that would be perfect for this !

Feature Friday: Scrapbook Flower Wall Art

so pretty!!!

Vintage Music Paper Lace Heart Shabby Pink Handmade by vsroses

How To Fold Paper Stars

Crafts | lightcameramonkey

Love this color combo & abundance of texture. Quilling is so relaxing.

Paper Quilled Art Roundup

Stage Coach

old door

DIY paper flower garland

Aviary Mother's Day Card by stamp my day - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

shabby sewing card- vintage scissors HAPPY MOTHERS DAY card-handmade card

Mother's Day Card: What a gorgeous card!

Handmade Greeting Turquoise Paper Quilling Card "Always Remember" with Quilled Flowers and Butterfly (Birthday,Anniversary)

Mothers Day Cards Handmade | Kitchen Apron Shaped Mothers day Card Handmade by EMTsweeetie

.could use wallpaper samples

Wedding Card- This is gorgeous!

12 Dark Teal and Cream Paper Flower Bouquet - Wedding - Home Decor - Bridal - Gift - Party - Baby Shower on Etsy, $12.15

Dress Card

This accordion envelope book is PERFECT for a New Year's or Anniversary gift. Just use one envelope for each year, and then fill it with a favorite memory and photo from that year.

hand carved furniture from the mid 1800's

Envelope book

Drawing waves

Portrait Cropping Guide: Framing your subject up for a portrait can sometimes be difficult. A poorly cropped photo can make all the difference when it comes to portraits. To help you out, here’s a little cropping guide shown from Digital Camera World that shows where to crop and where not to crop. Green lines mean it’s a good place to crop; red a bad place to crop.