Scrapbook layout

11:00 am Pavitra Chanchal 0 Comments

Hello Lovely people!!!!

For today i have a scrapbook layout created using Lets go Papericious paper pack. This paper  pack is one of old designer edition just apt for treasuring all the travel memories.So here is the project.



For this project i started with 12 x 12 pattern paper. Than roughly teared the next layer of pattern paper and adhered it to the base. Trimmed the pattern from of choice from the collection and layered them in asymmetrical manner. Painted the chippies with acrylic color

Thank you so much, hope you like my work for today.
Hugs
Pavitra

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Whimsical Mixed Media Canvas

11:00 am Kriti Mishra 2 Comments

Namaste Friends!

This is Kriti, and today I am here with a mixed media canvas using very sweet paper pack from Papericious and that is Papericious Whimsical.

For this project I have used few other products also like Papericious Gesso, Papericious White Crackle Paste, Papericious White Chippis, Papericious Spritzz Radiant Orchid,and Papericious shaker beads.

Here is my project...



Firstly, I had taken a canvas and covered it with Gesso, after that using crackle paste and stencil made some texture and then spray the spritzz.

Next, layered it with beautiful papers from the pack and the die-cuts. Lastly adorn it with some flowers, white chippis and Papericious shaker beads.

 Some close up pics







I hope you like my project
Hugs!
Kriti Mishra

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Slider and pop up mini album

11:00 am Pavitra Chanchal 6 Comments

Hello My Dear lovely friends!!!!!
Whimsical - Papericious pattern paper is truly magical with gorgeous prints and beautiful colors. I created a slider and pop up mini album using the same collection. 
Have a look!!!! 


The finished folio measures 8 x 7-1/2. Here is how i created  this folio. Its a picture heavy post to sit back grab a cup of tea and enjoy.
For creating the outside cover first cut two green cardstock at 12 x 8. Score one cardstock at 2, 7-1/2, 2, 1/2 from the longer side and fold as shown. Apply tacky tape at 1/2 inch portion.
Score another cardstock at 7-1/2 , 2, 2-1/2 and fold. Attach the part A to part B through 1/2 portion, keeping the 2.5 inch portion outside for closer as shown in the below image.
For inside upper flap of the album cut green cardstock 8 x 8 and score at 1/2 inch.
 Cut another piece of green cardstock 8-1/2 x 4 , score at 1/2 inch on three sides as shown for pocket. Apply tacky tape on 1/2 inch portion and attach it on the outer side of the upper flap as shown.

 For the pop up part cut green cardstock 8 x 6. Score at 3 from the shortest side and cut strips of 1/2 inch of varied length as shown.

 Apply tacky tape and attached the pop up part from the inside of upper flap. Attach the another part of the pop up part to the base of the album as shown below. Once ready mat with pattern paper and decorate with fussy cut images from the paper pack.


 For the lower flap of the album cut two pieces of green cardstock 8-1/2 x  4-1/2, score at 4, 4, ans 1/2 inch from the longest side and 1/2 inch from the shortest side.
  Apply tacky tape to all the scored 1/2 inch portion. Attach the two sides flap for creating pocket. Once pockets are ready attach the pockets to the base album as shown.

For the left side flap cut green cardstock 7-1/2 x 10, score at 7-1/2 , 2, 1/2 from the longest side apply tacky tape to 1/2 inch portion and attach to the center portion of the album base as shown.

For the slider part green cardstock  7-1/2 x 4 and cut out 3/4 inch from the middle of the cardstock as shown. Also cut a strip of green cardstock 1 x 8 inch for sliding. Apply 3D foam tape and adhere it on the outside of the left side flap. 


For the right side inside flap cut green cardstock at 7-1/2 x 10, score at 7-1/2, 2, 1/2 inch and apply tacky tape to 1/2 inch portion.
 The right side flap consists of a pocket, For pocket cut green cardstock 8-1/2 x 7-1/2, score 1/2 inch from three sides as shown.
 Apply tacky tape to all the three 1/2 inch scored portion of the pocket page and attached to the base page as shown for creating the pocket. Attach the finished flap page to the center part of the base album from the 1/2 scored portion with the help of a tacky tape.
Once all the four inside flaps are attached to the base album, mat all the pages with pattern paper of your choice. Inside the pocket place tags from the same collection.
For the decorating the cover of the album fussy cut out the images from the paper collection, colour Papericious chippies with yellow acrylic color and arrange all the elements as shown.

Thank a lot for visiting the blog, hope you like my work for today.

Hugs
Pavitra

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Travel Journal - Tutorial

11:00 am Chirali Shah 0 Comments

Hello people!

Chirali this side with a quick and very easy travel journal which can be made in no time and so compact to carry it anywhere.

So here it is:




Let's start with a tutorial:



Take two papers measuring 12"x6 5/8" and 4 1/2"x6 1/2".

Score the first one at 1 1/8", 4 5/8", 1 1/8" and 4 5/8" and score the second one at 1" all sides.



Then fold and cut the same as shown in the picture and it will be glued to the parts shown in red tape.


It will end up like this.



Now take a paper of 22 1/8"x6 1/8" scoring the same at 4 1/8". Folding it in mountain valley style will end up to be an accordion one.




Now take a strip of 3/4"x5" and fold it by scrubbing a pen or something after leaving a inch part both side and it will result in such shape. This will be tied with brads to make a handle of a bag. You can remove brads while travelling and again attach it after coming back.

Now decorate it as you like.

Here is mine:




I have made 10 side of journal with tags in it to record journey of 10 days. One tag for writing and other two for pictures.

First side:








Second side:






I added extra flaps too before adding papers on it.

This pack has so so beautiful travel quotes which will make you feel you should travel right now. ;)
I have added all of them on my pages.

So that's it for the day.

Thanks for stopping by.

Hugs,
Chirali :)

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