Presentation on theme: "What you’ll need 3 sheets cream cardstock 2 sheets brown cardstock Honey Pie Paper Pad Blue Floral Paper Making Memories GCD studios Epoxy Sticker Exclusive."— Presentation transcript:
What you’ll need 3 sheets cream cardstock 2 sheets brown cardstock Honey Pie Paper Pad Blue Floral Paper Making Memories GCD studios Epoxy Sticker Exclusive Butterfly/Bird Rubons from Scrapbook King 7Gypsies 97% Complete Sticker Sheet Making Memories Glitter Flowers Chatterbox Artsylicious Brads Exclusive Scarlet Lime Goody Bag Paper Plate and ear buds provided in Goody Bag
Cut two cream cardstock: 28cm x 19cm (set aside one) Cut two brown cardstocks: 21cm x 31 cm (set aside one) Glue ONE cream cardstock to top of brown cardstock. Do it for other set as well Cut striped paper from Honey Pie Cosmo Pack: 20cm x 7cm Glue to page cut from red stripe 8x8 paper a large heart. (fold paper in half and then cut a half heart) Glue to page.
if you have a picture, adhere it onto the page, overlapping heart. cut flourish rub on out and then apply to page
Glue buttons all around outside edge of heart, alternating big and small.
Find the note card the has the butterflies on them and cut out the large and medium butterfly. Find the grey balled straight pin and pick a few buttons and thread them onto the pin.
Thread the pin onto the butterfly, then we are going to glitter the butterfly. See next page
Apply liquid glue to outside edge of butterfly. Sprinkle glitter onto butterfly then shake off excess.
Cut: striped paper 11cm wide and 19 cm tall If you want, use decorative scissors on edge. Glue to cream cardstock Find word strip in Honey Pie paper pack as shown. Use decorative scissors to cut button or cut your own scallops along bottom.
Use hole punch to punch between each scallops as shown
Place brown paper strip as shown and then place pictures on page.
Cut and apply rubons to edge of first photo Create a button border along first border. Using both large and small
Cut out medium and small flower (from cover page). Then from your red heart paper, back the butterfly. Glitter both
For left side of page, find a glitter flower from Making memories and cut a circle from brown floral paper in the Fluerista paper pack. After your circle is cut, crinkle paper and then glue to top. Glue button on top of paper. Cut a few words from green sticker sheet. Apply to picture Put sticker from GCD studios sticker pack onto photo as shown.
Cut 2 cream cardstocks: 15cm x 19.5 cm, set one aside Cut from Making Memories floral paper, and striped paper from Cosmo cricket : 2cm x15 cm Cut out flower border strip from Cosmo Cricket paper Layer all papers at bottom of cream cardstock.
Find about me note card from Honey Pie Cosmo paper Pack and cut out. Adhere to paper, cut off excess.
Find glitter flower from Making Memories flower pack. Place on scrap paper and trace. Then cut out.
Get blue shelf liner from little baggie, and place your paper cutout onto liner and cut out. We are going to use it as a stamp. Use a glue dot to adhere it to a acrylic block. Then apply ink to shelf liner flower.
Find a white glitter flower from MM and ink yellow if you want (or any color). Put brad through hole of Flower. Adhere over stamped image. For middle flower take shelf liner flower onto page at top. Cut out circle from green fabric. Adhere on top. Glue button on top
For third stamped flower, place sticker from GCD studios. Place in center of flower. Adhere button on top. Next cut ribbons and staple or glue, trims as “stems” for each flower as shown.
Cut two small leaves from green corduroy and glue to middle stem.
Cut 2 cream cardstocks 8.5cm x 14cm Cut four papers (I used floral MM papers, and cardstock from the Honey Pie paper pack: red, pink and light green: 10.25cm x 15.75cm Don’t adhere cream cardstock JUST yet! _
Use decorative scissors on edge of cream paper. Adhere it off centered as shown to blue floral. Cut out “secrets” note card and glue to page with bottom cut off as shown.
Gather a small glitter flower, cut a small circle from yellow fabric, a brad from chatterbox embellishments and cut a stem from green corduroy Layer flower as shown and apply to page.
Step One Once again, cut 6-10” of crepe paper streamer lengthwise. Or, use any leftover halves that you may have from making flowers.
Step Two Using a needle and thread (use a color similar to that of the crepe paper), stitch a simple in-and-out pattern just inside the edge of the paper. Be sure to knot the end first.
Step Three Gently and carefully pull the end of the thread until the crepe paper ruffles up. Make the border as long or as short as you need, pulling the thread accordingly. Remember that the paper is fragile!
Step Four Glue the end of the thread to the crepe paper. A knot can easily rip through, so this is more effective.
Step Five Now, simply glue the ruffled border to your paper wherever desired. Try to apply glue wherever the knot is to help conceal it.
Step One Lay a scallop pattern over paper of your choice. Overlap whichever part of the paper you want to use.
Step Two Holding the two pieces of paper together carefully, cut along the scallop pattern.
Step Three Take one of the newly cut borders and loosely roll it up, so that it looks like this: Then unroll it and roll it back the other direction. Repeat this for the other border as well. This gives the border a more worn look, instead of laying flat and plain.
Step Four If desired, accent the edges of each border with Distress Ink (explained later). If not, glue them in position, one slightly overlapping the other.
Distress Ink Distress Ink adds a nice accent to the borders. Apply it to the scalloped edges, touching them directly to the ink pad.
Step One Place flower pattern over paper of your choosing. Hold the pieces together and carefully cut around the edges of the flower pattern.
Step Two Fold the flower’s petals up one by one, til the flower is bowl-shaped.
Step Three Use same process for center of flower. Cut out the flower’s center using the pattern, then fold it into fourths, so that it resembles a pizza slice. Then fold up each edge separately.
Step Four If desired, ink the edges of each piece with Distress Ink. Then punch a hole through the center of each, and layer the center upon the outer flower. Attach with a button or brad. Be creative!
Step Five (Leaves) Cut leaves out of paper using the leaf pattern.
Step Six Fold leaves in half lengthwise, giving a more 3-D effect. Repeat as necessary for as many leaves as you’d like.
Step Seven Layer leaves and flowers as you’d like. That’s it! It’s that easy.