If you are not familiar with ALSB (assembly line scrapbooking) it uses an extremely efficient set of instructions to help you get every last bit of your Club Scrap monthly kits assembled and into your scrapbooks. The beauty is, you assemble first, and add pictures later. I know, stay with me, it really works!! The formula behind the layouts created for each 12x12" page, include spots for your 4x6 standard prints, BRILLIANT! Just pop them into the gorgeously appointed pages and you're done, it really is that easy.
|ALSB Dahlia layouts 3 & 4|
For this double page spread, create a fun spritzed 8.5x11" raised print (this print is cut in pieces and used as anchors for both sides of the double page spread) using clever masking of the floral images.
Cut the dahlia blossoms and leaves mask from copy paper. Attach to the raised print with removable adhesive.
Spritz with homemade green shimmer spray (combo of Club Scrap Metallic Green re inker, Perfect Pearls Gold powder and water in 4oz. spray bottle).
Remove the masks and add Leaf ink to the leaves using an ink blending tool.
Spritz the centers of each blossom with Lemon Meringue Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist.
Speaking of ALSB, I am the host of a Challenge over at the Club Scrap Forum where we share our favorite assembled layouts. Join me!
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