|DOVE (L Face) - DIANA GARRISON|
When placing your embellishments, it often helps to use the "Rule of Uneven Numbers". This rule states that using an odd number of embellishments (such as 1, 3, 5 or 7) is visually appealing and will give balance to your design. This might be one large Dazzles™ as the focal on a card, 3 brads along the edge of the card mat, or 5 small silk flowers as a border. The embellishments don’t have to be exactly the same, either: You can use an uneven number of similar embellishments to add impact—similar embellishments might be the same item but in a different color, material or size.
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