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An Altered Notebook

Here is another of my embossing samples ready for my class at Cullen Crafts this month, I had a notebook with all our website stuff in and I thought it could do with a little decoration. I took the challenges from Alsoorts Challenge blog – no DP’s, The Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge – How does your Garden Grow and Stamp, Scrap and Doodle challenge – Wings and came up with this:

For those who wish to know, the background paper was made by heat embossing stamped images and then going over the paper with sponged ink, once dry, wipe a cloth over the embossing and voila, you images show through šŸ™‚
Ingredients:
Composition book
Laser cut butterfly (available in a pack of 4 from Kut 4 U)
Versamark Frost ink pad
Clear embossing powder
Cosmic Shimmer embossing powder
Ranger Glitter Glue
Pretty Color ink pads
Free Digital Stamp (sorry I cant remember where it came from) – coloured digitally
Martha Stewart Punch
Just Rite Stamps
Nestabilities circle & petite scallop circle dies
DCWV Adhesive ribbon

7 thoughts on “An Altered Notebook

  1. HI! Just saw that digi flower pot on someone else's site! I think she said it was from FredSheSaid. Love what you have done with it! How do you make the background, or is it a dp? Thanks for playing at SSDS this week!

  2. What a stunning notebook! You did an awesome job with the background. I'll have to try that. Thanks for the instructions. . Thanks for playing with us this week at SDDS. Best of luck in the draw!Hugs,Kim

  3. Super project – thanks for sharing it with us at Allsorts this week.Take careDebs xx

  4. What a great card!!Your colouring is just perfect.Thank you for joining us at SSDS this week!

  5. Wonderful note book. I love the colors and paper you used.Thanks for joining us at SSDS this week.I am having a celebration on my blog and I would love to have you join in on the celebration.Thanks again,Lindahttp://cardsbylinda.blogspot.com

  6. Gorgeous card lovely colours thanks for sharing & joining us at SCSCHugs Christine xx

  7. Such a pretty creation. Thank you for joining in the SCSC this time.Cathy xx

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