First things first: Punch holes. I used a ruler and marked a hole 1/4 inch from the edges, then used a Crop-A-Dile to make 3/16" holes.
From there I used the top panel to mark hole positioning for all other panels.
The most time consuming part of this project was selecting the papers for each side. I traced the panel on papers and cut them by hand. Fine tuning happens later when the glue is dried and I can sand the edges to match the chipboard.
I used Mod Podge to adhere the cut papers to both sides of the panels, then let them sit and dry while I had lunch.
After lunch I sanded the edges, then inked. I used white glue to attach the layered bits.
I've been meaning to play around with white dots and dashes, as I've seen on so many projects. I like the look and will practice more to get better at it!
Thanks for your visit today!
Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts
Shaped Edge Micro Mini #D101R
Kaisercraft "Sweet Nothings" 6x6 pad
Fine sand paper
Sharpie Poster Paint pen
Stickles "Frosted" glitter glue