Thursday, July 16, 2009

Day 7: The 7 Day Challenge

I can’t believe that we are at our last day; I hope you enjoyed this challenge and it inspired you to have one of your own. I will post the final product this coming Monday, I need the weekend to bind and complete the cover/back cover in case I mess it up the time to do another page LOL.

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Recipe for Page 13 (left facing page):



Supplies:

Paper: Whisper White card stock Rich Razzleberry card stock, DSP Lovely Flowers, vellum card stock and Old Olive card stock.
Ink (all classic): Rich Razzleberry classic inkStamp Sets: Flower Lines Stamp Artwork and Warm Words
Misc: Big Shot Die-Cut Machine, Stampin’ up Top Note, Stampin Dimensionals and Vintage Brads Pewter, Old Olive 5/8 grosgrain ribbon, VersaMark
Paper Size: Whisper White (all pages) 6 w x 9 Rich Razzleberry 5 w x 5 h x 2 Old Olive 2.5 w x 2.5 h DSP Lovely Flowers 5 w x 5 h (flowers) plus 6 w x 9 (yellow flowers)Vellum card stock 5 w x 5 h

What I did:

  1. Take Rich Razzleberry 5 w x 5 h x 2; DSP Lovely Flowers 5 w x 5 h (flowers); Vellum card stock 5 w x 5 h and using the Big Shot and the Stampin’ up Top Note cut 2 of the Rich Razzleberry and one of the remaining papers.
  2. Take the DSP Lovely 6 w x 9 (yellow flowers) added some adhesive and add it to the Whisper White (all pages) 6 w x 9.
  3. Take one of the Rich Razzleberry 5 w x 5 h that you cut using the Big Shot and one of the flower stamps from Flower Lines Stamp Artwork and using VersaMark stamp a pattern for the back ground.
  4. Take a scrap piece of Whisper White card stock and stamping twice using the same flower stamp above, using Rich Razzleberry classic ink.
  5. Take the vellum that you cut above with the Big Shot and one of the flowers that you just stamped as a template; pierce the vellum like the flower using a needle or paper piercer.
  6. With the other flower cut out and using Stampin Dimensionals add it to the Old Olive 2.5 w x 2.5 h; using one of the stamps from Warm Words and again using Rich Razzleberry classic ink stamp on the piece of Old Olive 2.5 w x 2.5 h as per sample.
  7. Take the DSP Lovely Flowers that you cut using the Big Shot and cut in half width wise as per sample and using adhesive add to the 2nd Rich Razzleberry, remember to leave the top open so it is like a pocket.
  8. Take the paper piercer and all 3 pieces that you cut from the Big Shot and at the top pierce a hole so you can add the brad.
  9. Add ribbon and not and adhere to the page as per sample.
Recipe for Page 14 (left facing page):





Supplies:

Paper: Whisper White card stock Rich Razzleberry card stock, and DSP Lovely Flowers (yellow flowers), Old Olive
Ink (all classic): none
Stamp Sets: Flower Lines Stamp Artwork
Misc: Big Shot Die-Cut Machine, Stampin’ Up Little Leaves, Stampin Up Hearts and Brackets Stampin’ Up Hi Embosslits Dies, Stampin Dimensionals, Eyelets Silver, VersaMark, Hemp Twine, Clear Stampin Emboss Powder, Heat Gun, Crop-a-Dile and Score Pal.
Paper Size:
Whisper White (all pages) 6 w x 9
Rich Razzleberry 4 w x 2.25 h plus scrap for brackets
DSP Lovely Flowers 4 w x 6 h (yellow flowers) plus scrap for doing leaves (green flowers) and the Stampin’ Up Hi Embosslits Dies
Old Olive card stock 4 w x .75 h
Barely Banana card stock 3.5 w x 6 h
What I did:
  1. Take Whisper White (all pages) 6 w x 9 and using one of the flowers from Flower Lines Stamp Artwork and VersaMark stamp a background pattern sprinkle with Clear Stampin Emboss Powder remembering to tap off excess and heat with heat gun.
  2. Using adhesive add Rich Razzleberry 4 w x 2.25 h, DSP Lovely Flowers 4 w x 6 h (yellow flowers) and Old Olive card stock 4 w x .75 h as per sample.
  3. Using the Big Shot and Stampin’ Up Little Leaves (DSP Lovely Flowers scrap for doing leaves (green flowers), Stampin Up Hearts and Brackets (Rich Razzleberry scrap for brackets) cut one of each and apply using adhesive as per sample.
  4. For the large tag using Barely Banana card stock 3.5 w x 6 h and a score pal; score lines every .5 inches from 1-6 inches and score once .5 on the left as per sample.
  5. Using the Crop-a-Dile punch a whole in the top left had side in the square and add silver eyelet then thread through the Hemp Twine.
  6. Using the Big Shot and the Stampin’ Up Hi Embosslits Dies cut one using a scrap of DSP Lovely Flowers scrap (green flowers), with a sanding block and careful sand off the embossed areas to remove the colour leaving the white to come through. Do this very carefully so you don’t tear the paper.
  7. Add Stampin Dimensionals and adhere to the tag as per sample.

7 Day Challenge now complete.

2 comments:

Christine said...

Okay Jo-Ann, I am TOTALLY in love with your complete creation!!! I'm going to have to give this a try!!!

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