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Travellers Notebook with Prima


Watch my HOW TO Video where I create this Journal from Sizzix Designer Eileen Hull start to finish.  Watch how to create with layers of paint and texture.  

Learn some easy techniques to achieve this worn book cover look using Prima Finnabair.

for the post on Creative Scrapbooker Magazine!



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  1. I really enjoyed your video and the results are gorgeous Nicole! xx

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