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18 January 2010

Demonstrating at Card Inspirations

I normally teach CI, and occasionally I demo and that's what I was up to on Saturday. 
It was a good day - played/worked with the Cuttlebug - of course!
(apolgies in advance for the slightly dodgy picture quality on this post)

After demo'ing the Cuttlebug here's some of what I created later:
I created this card using the 'flower' embossing folder and one of the cute little 'Notelets' from one of the new PaperMania ranges: 


I also worked with one of the PM clear acrylic albums.  These come in various shapes (scalloped hearts, circles etc) but I used one of the simple square shapes.  Instead of creating an album I turned a page 90degrees so the binding holes were at the top and made door/name plaques.
On 'Freya's' I stamped on the acetate's surface with white stazon, used the PM notelets again as a mat for the name, and painted a couple of chipboard flowers and of course some buttons & bling!


For 'Max's' name plate I die cut a few images from Basic Grey's Archaic range and matted and layered it up.
I really like the transparency of acetate - seeing the different layers behind and infront.


Later in the week I'm going to use a few more of the pages as album cover.... 

These albums come with 6 pages in the pack - so I'm thinking these could be used to create:
  • 3 albums with acetate covers or
  • 6 name plates or
  • 1 12 page album (2 pages per piece of acetate - using front and back) or
  • 6 panel hanging decoration (achievable because the crop-a-dile will punch through the acetate!)
  • or a concertina album could be created in the same way as the above!
and there must be lots more other combinations!

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous8:41 pm

    I just love these - thank you for sharing them.

    Kind regards
    Miriam

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