It is my turn over on the Colourcraft blog today with a fun project using fabric paints, brusho and a great curliecue stencil from Stencilgirl
Hop on over to the design team blog for a step by step tutorial
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I made another book yesterday with the book binding skills learned from the workshop I attended on Wednesday on button hole book binding..
For this one I used a 12 x12 chalk board effect paper stack that I bought from the range for £3 and some black and white washi tape I bought from Ikea a while back.
I am really enjoying making books just now, although I have a few projects in the pipeline that I am working on which I will share in the coming weeks..
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I have a couple of cute little handmade books to share with you…. I attended a workshop at Stampers Grove in Edinburgh this afternoon on button hole book binding with Cass Barron and it was such a fab workshop, if you ever get a chance to take a class with Cass jump at the chance as you will not be disappointed here is a link to her Facebook Page 😊
And here is a view inside at the signatures
We finished our first books with some spare time left over so we got to start making another book, which I completed once I got home
I plan to make another couple tomorrow … they are so much fun to make..
i will leave a link to the stampers grove workshop list here as Cass has a few more workshops planned throughout the summer, they are not to be missed 🙂
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I bought a 3 pack of nice notepads at my local supermarket (asda) this morning because I wanted to make a travel journal… I had bought a leather bundle off Amazon about a month ago with this project in mind and also for making a few other upcoming projects too 🙂
I love how it turned out.. the leather was a scrap but was big enough to cover the 3 books which were held in place with elastic hair bands and have enough to have a flap to fold over the front, which i didn’t trim and left it in the shape it was..
I have to say I do love it, but want to make another, this time actually stitching it onto the leather cover rather than with the elastic as I think I would prefer it to be more secure..
I think I will make up my own signatures for the next book too.. that should be fun and I have just the right paper in mind for it too 🙂
I was going to keep this blog post for tomorrow, but I was that excited about making it that I just had to share it with you tonight!
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Good Morning Everyone!
Just sharing a wee video montage of the crafty things I have been making in the first half of 2017..and there are not nearly enough of them lol.. will aim to make more Jul-Dec 😉
I altered three wee notebooks today..
I bought these a while back at Stampers Grove, they are great to alter and I also got to use that new kraft and black paper pad that I had bought from the Range last month.
I kept them very simple, they are a great size for sticking in your handbag/purse so didn’t want to embelish them too much
I cut the paper to size which was 2.5″ x 4″
then inked all round the edges of the books and the patterned paper in black archival ink
I applied scortape all round the reverse side of the patterned paper and stuck to the front and back pages of the books
Then I finished them off with some Tim Holtz small talk stickers
A nice quick and easy project for a sunday morning 🙂
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I mentioned the other day that I would share the coffee sleeve tag book that I made using the Graphic 45 Safari Adventure papers..
I used plain kraft coloured coffee sleeves and stenciled over each one with a Dylusions stencil with a triangle pattern and Ground Espresso ink.. I think it made it rather giraffe like 🙂
I also used one of the pages from the 12 x 12 stack with loads of cut aparts to decorate and embelish the book
I stuffed the book with tags and belly bands so that you can add even more tags
and I finished off the book by binding it all with a book ring and a large eyelet from We r Memory Keepers using the Cropodile.
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See you again soon