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Here on this blog I am going to share how I made the page for today's prompt. Pergamum is the next stop on the virtual tour. And today's challenge is to add a paper napkin to the page.
I have enough pages left in my book to be able to use both the part page on the left and all of the page on the right.
I really love this tulip napkin.
I tore round the the tulips and then separated the top layer. I coated the page with gel medium and put the napkin on top. Then I used more gel medium over the top with a brush to press out the wrinkles.
When I came to tear off the masking tape it took some of the page with it. It was a new roll and obviously wasn't the low tack variety. I cut some strips from a page that I had torn out of the book and then realise that I could use this as an opportunity to attach the tag. I used double sided tape to stick most of the map strip down, leaving just enough not stuck down to be able to use this footprint paperclip.
I inked the tag with similar colours to the tulip and stamped it lightly with the embossing folder. I wrote my journaling on the back of the tag.
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