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I'm happy that I finally get to show you what it looks like all put together.
This is the same vanity that I showed you how to make the day before yesterday. It's just prettier.
I added fancy drawers to the vanity for this version. To make them I cut a strip of paper 1/2 inch by 3 inches. I used a 1 1/2 inch circle punch to punch the center drawer from the center of this 3 inch strip. I then used the same punch to round the side of the two pieces of left over paper. I evenly spaced the drawers on the vanity.
Next, I cut handles for the drawers. The two small ones are 1/4 by 1/2 inch. The center one is 1/4 by 1 1/4 inch. I glued the handles to the center of each drawer.
With all the pieces of the vanity attached I used my Pigma Micron #03 to outline all the parts.
When this was done I used a Martha Stewart border punch to make the lace cloth for the top of the vanity.
Next I cut out a vase and glued it to the back of the vanity.
Finally I glued the entire vanity to my background paper.
I used punches to make the flowers. Then I glued the flowers to the background and drew lines on the paper for their stems.
To make the picture I cut the butterfly from a scrapbook paper. I mounted it on a paper that I cut slightly larger to make a picture frame. Then I used my ink pen to outline the photo and frame. I glued the picture to my background. Then I punched a small circle and glued it above the picture. I used my ink pen to draw a line from the picture to the dot holding the picture up on the wall.
Last, but not least I glued my digi stamp by Anna Stillwell at Cuddlebug Cuties to the page.
I hope you've enjoyed the last few days of how to post. I know I've enjoyed making this project and sharing it with you.
Have a great day and happy scrapbooking