Here is my project - I made a Mini Box Album. The box is Graphics 45 I've held onto all year! Although not wintry...it was snowing outside when I made it last week. Does that count?
Oh my this was fun to make.
There is not enough posting space to show you everything I did in the 12 hours it took to make this. There are tags, pullouts, flaps and the kitchen sink in there.
The book is a collection of images from our 2012 Travels! My husband and I in Paris and the stamps belonged to my Grandmother.
I cut Velcro using my Key Movers and Shapers die, Better than a boring square.
Using various stamps, stickers and postage stamps to decorate. Just some of our family exploring this summer on Vancouver Island.
Just got the clock die! OMG LOVE IT!
I rusted the clock bits using iron paint and activator! One of my favorite techniques!
I picked up TH Travel paper pack and stickers just to create a travel mini. And I actually did it!
I listed all the places we went to this year. Paris got a whole page!
Over 2 pages using the TH Travel sticker pack, I applied stickers to all the States we took our kids in the motor home. Rusting the Mini Jalopy!
A collection of French Stickers.
My kids in the Grand Tetons. I printed the photo's on printer paper. Nothing fancy!
New favourite die, the vintage globe. Cutting on grunge board and painting in cream. The rest of the globe is cut again, glued and rusted. Just LOVE IT!
I simply print the photo's small and folded the strip. Attaching it to a small tag it's a great way to add multiple photo's in a small space. Great surprise opening this tag,
The Made with Love stamps is fantastic! Stamped, cut and distressed this stamp really makes it's mark.
Here you can really see this awesome globe. And rusting the land and stand really makes it old world!
Here's your tick tac toe image. Simply pick a line of 3, create, upload to your blog for a chance to win some great SMS Swag!
I hope you liked my project. I am always giving stuff away. And this one was for my husband Christmas morning. Oh ya...I got some tears! Mission accomplished!
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