So make sure you hit all of us Lisa, Connie, Kathy, Julie, Joanne, and the ISC blog and leave a comment on yesterday's post.
All right, let me get to today's post. Betsy has given us the task this month to follow a layout for a 6x6 Scrapbook page. Well, I had never ever done a Scrapbook page in my life so this one was really hard for me ;P. No , really, it was hard for me. But guess what, I managed to do a little something and I might add that I am all right with the outcome if you consider this being my VERY FIRST time :D:D:D.
Scrapbook Layout "Road trip Are we there yet?"
Paper: Little Yellow Bicycle, DCWV light blue textured cardstock for the base
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink Faded Jeans to ink up the distressed and torn edges
Stamps: 4x4 photoslide (included in the now available Summer Kit) the word Escape from the Picturesque stamp sheet
Accessories: Heidi Swapp ghost shapes tags which were colored with Ranger Alcohol inks in orange, corner rounder. Heidi Swapp brads and buttons.
Here is a picture and the contents of the now available Summer Kit which you can purchase for only $ 20.00 so if you use the discount code TRAVEL you can save 15 %, how about that?
1, Scrapbook Photo Slides stamp sheet (7 images)
1 or 2 Bucklez, note: it might be colors: Mint or Banana Bucklez(limited supply)
24 = 6 of each 4mm/6mm Navy/Cream tiny buttons
12, (2 of eac) Clear Heidi Swapp Mini Ghost shapes(plastic) butterfly, crown, hearts, labels, stars, flowers
1, Sakura Clear Glaze Pen
6, 12x12 Little Yellow Bicycle Solid double sided cardstock
8, 5.75 x 11.75 Paper Tablet by Little Yellow Bicycle (double sided cardstock) (note: fits perfectly on by Little Yellow Bicycle Chipboard Album, not sold by ISC)
6, Brads, Little Yellow Bicycle
10, assorted Clear Cut shapes by Little Yellow Bicycle (remove the protective film before use)
1, Clear Cuts frame by Little Yellow Bicycle
2, Photo Mats by by Little Yellow Bicycle
10, assortment of 8, (4 of ea) 2x2 Mini/ATC size, manilla Envelopes by Debbies Diecuts
How does this sound? If you get this Summer Kit I promise you, you will be amazed how much you are getting for the buck. And better yet, how many projects you can make with it. Gotta love a bargain!!!!
So, if this was not enough we also were asked to make a tote/ card holder box and here is what I came up with
Tote/ card boxRecipe:
Paper: Base Blue cardstock from my stash coordinating with the LYB Designer Paper, PTI white
Ink: Tim Holtz distress ink Faded Jeans, VersaMark
Stamps: Australian Daisy in all 3 sizes for dimension, Flourishing Ivy which is also a new release
Accessories: Martha Stewart Lace Border Punch, Heidi Swapp tiny buttons, white Stampendeous embossing powder, decorative pewter brads from Joann's, Nesties small scalloped ovals , white grosgrain ribbon, handmade stickpin, Crop-a-dile , magnetic closure
That is it!!!! Pretty simple and guess what? We even have a template for you. Yep, Betsy came up with this template and it is as easy as can get.
Tote-Card holder Template by Betsy Griffin
cut 9 x 12 cardstock of choice
on the short side:
score: 1", 5 3/4", 1"
on the long side:
score: 1", 4 1/2", 1" 4 1/2"
Assemble as desired.
If you hop on over to the other ladies of the DT you'll see how versatile the Australian Daisy stamp sheet is as we all used it on our tote.
That is it for me today. Thanks for stopping by and make sure that you secure your chance of winning those 2 FREE stamp sheets which include the new release sets!!!!!! Please make sure you'll leave me an e-mail address so in case you do win I can contact you ;P.