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Double QDDL

Happy Friday!
I'm looking forward to the weekend. I'm hoping to get some paper crafting time in. 

I love experimenting with the digital QDDL's. When I first download the files, I open all six of them in Photoshop Elements and then decide if I can combine at least two of them to make a two page digital layout. Sometimes I rotate the layout for a better fit.  Many times, I use the same layout side by side. If there is text on the QDDL, I use a brush to cover it or embellish over it. I did both of those to the top center of this layout. 

Club Scrap Office Space digital page. 

Have a fabulous weekend!


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