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1The colour-replace technique works particularly well when the colour in the photo you wish to change has sharp, defined edges. Try also adjusting the colour on part of the photo to accent an image or to disguise unsightly items in photos

2Glitter can be butch! It does not have to be restricted to pretty girly pages – black glitter adds extra dimension and interest to your page without looking too sparkly!

Stockists

Bazzill cardstock is available

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Junkitz papers are available

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expert guide

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Assemble your page, adding a ribbon-wrapped matt to the cut motif. Matt a second photo and wrap with ribbon, adding a date circle before the knot.

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Cut star and circle rim motifs from patterned paper, glitter, and layer up using sticky foam pads. Cut strips of fire paper and stripy paper and add to the page.

4Compose your title lettering made up of individual letters so that you can alter their positions, and rotate them for a funkier look. Print out on acetate and add black glitter. Print out the word ‘fire’ again onto a spare area of the acetate to use as a cutting template.

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Tape the acetate word ‘fire’ to a piece of mount board and cut out each letter. Ink the letters using black pigment ink and leave to dry. Draw on flames with a glue pen and sprinkle with black glitter.

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Draw tiny flame shapes along a piece of red cardstock and cut them out. Edge with glue pen, and sprinkle with red glitter. Cut into short lengths and stick to the fire lettering.

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