Old Becomes New

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I used to be a scrapbooker.

Digital technology has taken away the need for me to scrapbook,

but I still have a ton of scrapbook supplies.

Recently I figured out that I could tangle on the paper.

I have enough scrapbook paper cut down into manageable pieces to last me for a couple years.

I used to have an online scrapbook store,

and I bought out the paper from two stores that were closing,

so seriously I have a bunch of paper.

I pulled out a 5″ x 7″ piece of this butterfly paper

and tangled some new patterns.

New for me.

From bottom to top:

logjam, feather nesting, xyp, ovy, fescu, jute,

African Artist, and lanie.

It always amazes me what a difference shading makes!

Do you have scrapbook paper that might look

awesome in a tangle?

How about with a stack of tangles?

2 thoughts on “Old Becomes New

  1. I also have a ton of scrapbook paper, I think I will cut it down also, great idea and your work is beautiful

  2. Looks absolutely brilliant – shading does make a difference doesn't it? Only when you mentioned it did I realise there were butterflies. I rather like the pink & cream colour combo. Paula (PEP)

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