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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

From Card to Scrapbook

At a recent workshop, we made one Christmas card and one scrapbook page, although not the page shown on this post. I wanted to show this particular group how cards and scrapbooks are related, how the design of one lends itself to the design of another. When demonstrating this scrapbook page, I actually used Dotto for the various elements so I could take them apart and place them differently for each aspect of the scrapbook page. I should have photographed them in steps before placing everything permanently on the 12"x12" page. Anyway, I started with the Wild Wasabi 6"x6" square page made similar to the card front. If you look closely, you can see where that page is. I then added that to the Real Red 8½"x11" page, although I had the photo with Uncle Andrew centered on the card stock. I then moved it over and added the rest of the elements to the 12"x12" Wild Wasabi. The small picture of my daughter, son-in-law, granddaughter and granddog was part of their Christmas card which I cut apart so I could use the script for journaling.

Products Used:
Definitely Decorative Stamp Set, W 116517, $21.95
Four Frames Stamp Set, W 123440, $20.95; C 123442, $15.95
Sparkle & Shine Jumbo Wheel, 116542, $8.50
Jumbo Handle, 103661, $5.95
Wild Wasabi Card Stock, 124303, $5.95, 12 sheets, 12"x12"
Real Red Card Stock, 102482, $6.95, 24 sheets, 8½"x 11"
Whisper White Card Stock, 100730, $8.50 40 sheets, 8½"x 11"
Wild Wasabi Classic Stampin' Pad, 109014, $5.95
Real Red Classic Stampin' Pad, 103133, $5.95
Ornament Punch, 119847, $16.95
Decorative Label Punch, 120907, $16.95
3/16" Corner Punch, 119871, $6.95
Eyelet Border Punch, 119853, $15.95
Basic Rhinestones, 119246, $4.95 (150)
1/8" Taffeta Ribbon, Real Red, 119251, $5.95, 10 yards
Stampin' Dimensionals, 104430, $3.95 (300)
Top Note Die, 113463, $21.95
Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine, 113439, $99.95

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