I promised to share this month's scrapbook club project with you after the class today. This project is a little more involved than the layouts we typically do, but I think my ladies enjoyed doing something different.
Below is a picture of the album cover:
The base of the album was made from 3 brown paper lunch sacks. If you have kids, you probably have some….somewhere. I purchased the "giant size" bags from Target. You get about 50 for less than $2.
The bags were folded in half, then layered with the open end going in different directions. Using the crop-a-dile, we punched 3 holes along the spine of our album and tied light pink grosgrain through the holes.
The large cupcake was paper-pieced using Soft Suede, Pretty in Pink and Melon Mambo paper. The image was stamped onto each cardstock and then the individual layers–cherry, icing, and liner–were put together. The liner was crimped with the paper crimper to make it look a littler more realistic. Crystal effects was used on the cherry and to adhere the pink beads or "sprinkles" onto the top of the cupcake.
Here is a peak at the inside pages:
And a peak at the pull-out pages:
I hope you've enjoyed this project. The complete list of supplies is below if you would like to make one yourself. And if you need to order any of the supplies, be sure to visit my Stampin' UP! website. You can place an order anytime and have it shipped direct to you.
Stamp Sets: Simple Birthday Thanks, Crazy for Cupcakes, Cupcakes Wheel, A Little Birthday Cheer, The More the Merrier (hostess set)
Ink Pads: Chocolate Chip, Melon Mambo
Markers: Chocolate Chip, Melon Mambo, Soft Suede, Pretty in Pink, So Saffron
Card Stock: Whisper White, Soft Suede, Pretty in Pink, Melon Mambo, Chocolate Chip
Paper: Melon Mambo Patterns Designer Series Paper
Accessories: Crystal Effects, Pink Bead Duo, 5/16" Neutral Brads, Crop-a-Dile, Scallop Edge Punch, 1" circle punch, 1-1/4" circle punch, Light Pink Grosgrain ribbon, dimensionals