Photo Corners… Anything but Old-Fashioned

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Old family photos are something that are very treasured in my family. Luckily, these Archiver’s™ Photo Corners allowed me to secure my heritage photos onto this page layout without having to adhere them down. The Made with Love Collection also worked perfectly to create this vintage scrapbook layout of my family for all to cherish and remember the family farm.

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To create this layout, you will need:

Use the black cardstock as the base for this layout.

Cut a piece from the red patterned paper to measure 12″ x 10″.

Using the Scallop Dot Border Maker Cartridge in the Original Border Maker System, punch 2 borders from the Beige Cardstock. Adhere behind the the red patterned paper.

Cut a piece of black paper to measure 11″ x 5″.  Gently fold one end, and cut at an angle to create the “v”.  Adhere to the layout.

Cut a piece of the wood patterned paper to measure 4″ x 7″.  Gently fold one end, and cut at an angle with a scissors to create the “v”.  Adhere to the far left side of the layout.

Cut a piece of yellow patterned paper to measure 4″ x 1″.  Gently fold one end, and cut at an angle with a scissors to create the “v”.  Adhere to the far left side of the layout.

Adhere photos to the layout using Photo Corners.

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Add stickers to the layout, using Foam Squares on some for added dimension.

“Doodle” and journal as desired.

Happy Creating!

Sig_Melissa

8 thoughts on “Photo Corners… Anything but Old-Fashioned

  1. I love the clear photo corners. They are perfect for so many things. I used them to attach the program from my mom’s funeral services. I can easily remove it and view it, then slip it back in place on the page. Because the corners are clear, you can see the entire cover without distractions.

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  2. I use photo mounting corners for all of scrapbook photos. I prefer them because I can easily remove, and then replace my photos. So glad these are back!

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