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Barb

Oh Lisa, I LOVE this technique. The one I saw at the theatre in August really WOWed me, and this one... it's super-cute and fun too. Thanks for sharing your tips! :)

aubree

I will have to try this....it really showcases the picture nicely!

TraceyP

This is such a cute and versatile technique - how do you prevent it from being squished in a page protector inside of a scrapbook.

Diana Fisher

I absolutely love this idea!!! This page is fab!! Thanks for sharing this with us.

Jayne M

This is awesome - think I'll definitely be scraplifting this one!!

emily pitts

this is so cute lisa, i love using double sided papers too! it gives front and center to both of them!

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Run a small bead of glue or tape adhesive under the edge of the rolled portion, sticking it to the frame so it doesn’t unravel. You can also use ribbon or twine to tie it back, as I did here.

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