Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Girls Day in Set

I am now on the Design team for Simply Scrapbooks In Kettering Oh I am so excited this my first set for them.
Girls Day in My Favorite Things Stamps
Supplies used

Slice Mistletoe card scalloped oval tag and the shadow both cut at 2"
Martha Stewart Score board
pop dots
lace or ribbon
Copic pink RV11
Quickie Glue Pen
Paper used
Graphic 45 Domestic Goddess (back side)                                                             
Basic Grey Kioshi -lt purple pattern, lt green, lt blue, lt teal, lt purple
October Afternoon Thrift shop black and cream polka dot
Fancy Pants Road Show tag
Peach Card stock
Light Tan card stock

Make card 4x5 1/2
stamp in lt blue Kioshi to paper piece on and leave a border from the edge
Cut tag out cutting around the flowers cut tag about 5 lines in and and glue it back down on the other piece (other wise the tag is to long to fit on card)
stamp and cut out pieces and glue on top of stamped image color the glass with copic pink
Pop Dot paper pieced image on top of tag. set aside
Cut Lt blue Kioshi 3 1/4" x 3 7/8" Place toward bottom of card leave a border.
Add the Paper pieced you set aside at the top leaving a slight border
Stamp out the bottles 3 times one on the Lt- teal, green and purple stamp the cork on to light tan cut both out and paper piece together
Place bottles on black polka dots and one place the polka dot on the shadow piece
Cut Purple 2 1/4" x 3 7/8" Score 1/4 along the 3 7/8" side
Stamp saying at bottom of purple
add a piece of ribbon or lace to purple above the saying
Cut a 1" strip of lt green and bunch a border add a 1/4" strip and stamp out saying adhere at top of purple then add the shadow polka dot bottle
add adhesive to the 1/4 scored and adhere to card leaving a border at the bottom
Add the other two bottles underneath stamp saying sideways
Add a lace or ribbon Knot at the top
On the inside stamp two saying on one side and add a 1" strip of left over paper

Makes a great card for a BFF's Birthday Wedding or Baby Shower.

Tutorial For Box
Here are the supplies you will need:

1 piece of 8.5 x 11 card stock
2 coordinating designer papers (uses less than 1/2 sheet)
Martha Stewart score board
2 jumbo eyelets
Spellbinders label 4 (3rd from the largest)
ribbon or lace
Score tape
Black StazOn
My Favorite Stamps Girls Day In
Copic Colors used-YR04-Chrome Orange, YR68-Orange,RV11-Pink,E04-Lipstick Natural, R27-Cadmium Red, R29-Lipstick Red, W3-Warm Gray, W7-Warm Gray, E37-Sepia
Graphic 45 Domestic goddess Lady Of the house (the back side)
October Afternoon The thrift Shop (8x8) black and cream polka dots and Yellow Damask
For the Velum Tag I used glossy accents applied first then added Martha Stewart micro beads clear.

Cut the card stock for your box to 8" by 11"
Score the 11" side at 3", 5", 8" and 10"
Score 8" side at 1 1/2" and 6 1/2"
Cut out corners on score lines 1" and 3" on both sides
At score lines 6" and 8" cut up to score line both sides (do not cut out)

Cut 2 pieces of designer paper to 4 7/8" by 2 7/8", these will go on the front and back. If your DP has a definite top and bottom be mindful that you don't adhere the paper upside down
Using my Cuttlebug and spellbinders Labels 4 (the 3rd from the largest) cut out of the front panel, keeping towards the bottom edge so when the flap is closed your oval is still centered properly. You can always cut the front flap down a little if need be.(I cut my flap down a 1/4")
Adhere a piece of acetate to the inside of the front flap for your window
On the same end on the flaps place your score tape I added 2 strips
assemble your box.
Use a coordinating piece of designer paper to cover the top, flap and sides:
top piece: 1 7/8" by 4 7/8"
2 side pieces: 2 7/8" by 1 7/8"
front flap: 4 7/8" by 7/8" (remember to make it a little smaller the 7/8" if you cut it down)
Place the + side of the magnets on the inside of the box (add a glue dot or score tape to the back of the + side and adhere. place the - side of the magnet the front of the box with the - facing toward you (you might want to add a glue dot to this to it so it is stronger) then line of the lid and press.
For the ribbon handle, set the largest hole punch on your Crop-a-Dile to 1/2" depth.
Punch a hole in both sides, set with a jumbo eyelet

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