"NURSERY RHYME" DOUBLE PAGE BORDER

Designed for you by, SHARON MURPHY, Crafts1@mail.com

Copyright 1999-2000 S.A.M., All rights reserved.

January 19th, 2000

 

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Supplies Needed:

Instructions:

  1. Take your pencil and your wavy ruler and draw a wavy line around the outside three edges of your two cardstock.
  2. Place your stickers where you wish to place them. I first cut all of them out  and moved them around until I had them where I wanted them before peeling and sticking them into place.
  3. Next, with the extra fine tip black pen write nursery rhymes along the wavy pencil drawn line. Use different rhymes or repeat the same rhyme. (you can also, write it out in pencil first to see how the wording fits if trying to place the entire nursery rhyme. This is your page so it is your choice!)
  4. Erase all pencil lines.
  5. Draw little stars (or use stickers or punches) along the inner edges of each wavy section.
  6. Color in the stars
  7. Last, take your blue brush tip pen and place tiny dots all along the edge of the outside border. (Those that have girls might even like to try pink dots.  Try it on a separate piece of paper to see if you like it that way before dotting the original.)
  8. Your Page is now ready for pictures and journaling.

Hope you have enjoyed this border design. I know I have enjoyed designing it and sharing it with all of you!

To see this border design and other designs, visit my Scrappers Hideaway Website at…

http://www.4murfs.com/scrappershideaway/homepage.shtml

Please Note: This idea may be used for your personal scrapbooking pages. If you use any of my border designs to teach in your classes, I ask that you please give credit where credit is due. This border along with any other of my borders I created may not be reproduced or copied to publish in any idea books or placed on any Web sites. But you may contact me at crafts1@mail.com to add a link directly to my Website. Thank you for your cooperation.

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