Love Mix & Match Border

Love is…..Love.

I love to drink my coffee first thing in the morning.  I love my sons humor.  I love spending my spare time scrapbooking.  I love meatballs and mashed potatoes.  I love smelling the scent of ocean air.  We can LOVE just about anything.

However, what I really LOVE about this scrapbooking border is that I was able to use the Jumbo Jet Border Maker Cartridge in a very non-traditional way.  In fact, I bet when you look at this border, you didn’t even know the Jumbo Jet cartridge was used.  And, better yet—you can use this on just about any layout about many forms of LOVE!

To create this border, you will need:

Step 1:  Cut a piece of the purple dot paper to measure 12″ x 2-3/4″ for the base of the border.

Step 2:  Cut a piece of the light purple patterned paper to measure 12″ x 2″.  Adhere to the top of the purple dot paper.

Step 3:  Using the Border Maker System and the Jumbo Jet Border Maker Cartridge, punch two borders from the dark purple patterned paper.  Adhere to the border with Repositionable Adhesive with the “tails” towards outside edges of the light purple.

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Step 4:  Cut a piece from the purple plaid print to measure 12″ x 1″.  Adhere over the top of the jet “noses”.

Step 5:  Cut a piece of the light purple patterned paper to measure 12″ x 3/4″.  Adhere to the top of the plaid paper.

Step 6:  Adhere the flower embellishments to the top of the border as shown. Add gems.

Step 7:  Adhere the “Love” sticker to the center of the middle flower using Foam Squares for dimension.

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So, how else do you envision using this Jumbo Jet Border Maker Cartridge, in a non-traditional way? We’d love to see what you create with it, by sharing your projects on social media using #creativememories.

Happy Creating!

Sig_Melissa

 

5 thoughts on “Love Mix & Match Border

  1. My scrapbook items are packed away for my move next week, so if someone wants to try this I’d like to see the results. Looking above I thought that taking the jumbo jet border and twisting it into a circle would probably make a nice snowflake. Let me know if someone tries it!

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