Moving Animal Scrapbook Page
Add a little action to your scrapbook layouts by cutting out portions of the photos to create movable images.
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Project by Michele Gerbrandt.
2 copies of the same photo
1/16" hole punch
1. Use one photo to cut out the entire body shape of the animal or person you have selected to silhouette.
3. To reattach the cropped legs and head to the body, hold the limbs in place on top of the body, lining up markings/body patterns to get the limbs into their original position. Punch through both layers at the same time using the hole punch.
Leave a slight amount of space between the photo and the brad head so the limbs can move. Repeat as needed until all limbs are attached.
5. Adhere body onto page and complete with other photos and journaling.
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