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Piece of the Berlin Wall Scrapbook Page

Posted by on September 4, 2013

You may have noticed that my post yesterday was not the ColourQ page that you have come to expect on Tuesdays. I have enjoyed a fantastic two and a half years (Since January 2011!) on the ColourQ design team. It has truly been an honor to be a part of Arielle’s fabulous color challenges each week. In order to keep myself learning and growing as a paper crafter, I applied and was accepted to the Nacho Average Challenges design team. Since that is also Tuesdays, I decided that it was time to say good-bye to my spot on the ColourQ team. Not too worry though, you will still continue to see my digital scrapbook pages every week. They just won’t be on Tuesdays.

I have for you today my final scrapbook page of as a member of the ColourQ design team. Of course, I also used this week’s MDS Monday sketch for the page layout.

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After living in Simi Valley for almost three years, we finally went to the Reagan Library this past weekend. Whatever your political beliefs, it is a fascinating museum of American History. The picture below is Eve standing in front of a piece of the actual Berlin Wall.

Piece of the Berlin Wall Scrapbook Page by Yapha Mason

Those corners were a surprise to me when I first saw them. The Nursery Digital Designer Series Paper has some pieces that are die cut, just like they were in the original paper pack. This was one of the round pieces. Since my page is 8″x8″ and the original paper had a 12″ diameter, only the corners show the design. I could zoom in or out if I wanted, to show more or less of the design, but I have to say it looks pretty cool like that!

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