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Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
By Arlene Peterson

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  1. Tear away about 5” from the upper right corner and lower left corner of the brown scuffed paper. Glue on top of the brown diamonds paper.
  2. Crop the photo and mat it on ivory, trimming close to the edge. Mat again on tan vellum and trim to 1/2”. String three beads each onto two sets of tan and brown floss. Knot at the ends of the beads and glue one piece to the top and one to the bottom of the photo frame. Trim the floss even with the photo frame and glue the ends down.
  3. Cut out the “yesterday,” “today” and “tomorrow” tags, mat on ivory and trim close to the edge. Punch a hole in each end of the tags. Cut the fibers to the desired length and wrap the brown fibers with tan floss and the tan fibers with brown floss. Pull the fibers through the holes and secure on the backside of the tags. Glue the tags as shown, stringing the fibers across the page and securing on the backside of the paper with tape.
  4. Tear the cork and attach in the corners on the brown diamonds paper. String beads onto the tan and brown floss, then glue as shown over the cork.

Arlene Peterson

A Tip from Arlene:

Put the focus on your photo with a special mat, decorated page corners and journaling tags. The result? A simple layout that’s fast and easy to do.

Project reprinted from Mary Anne’s Tag Art Cut-Outs™. See your local retailer for project supplies.

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