Friday, January 1, 2010

Progressive Scrapbook Page

I have had a few ladies from my card clubs ask me if I would do any scrapbook classes. So, this year, I have decided to do just that. The scrapbook class I will be doing is a progressive scrapbook class. What that means, is you start with a 6"x6" page, increase the layout to a 8 1/2" x 11" page, and then increase the layout to a 12"x12" page. That way, whatever size album the person is working on, the layout will fit. So, to jump start this endeavour, I will be teaching this at my Hostess Appreciation Event this month. If you have hosted a workshop, or you are a member of one of my card clubs, this event is open (and free) to you. So, here is my page. I also wanted to use some of the new stuff from Stampin' UP!, so my ladies can use the new products. One of which is their version of a 'clear' stamp. The stamp itself is not acrylic, but rather the traditional red rubber. You do however, need a clear block to stamp. (Like hero arts clings.)
Thank you for looking, and as always, a comment always makes my day! :)
The recipe: solid cardstock:chocolate chip, kraft, blush blossom, bermuda bay. pattern paper: sending love DSP. Ink: sahara sand, bermuda bay, close to cocoa. Stamp set: vintage vogue. embellishments: pretty in pink satin ribbon, pretty in pink corduroy buttons, curly label punch, and lots of tags sizzlit dies.

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