’twas the night before Christmas star book
This afternoon we are making a star book using clarity stamps series of stamps ’twas the night before Christmas.
Class at Robert Hall Church 1.30 to 4.30pn. Cost will be £8.00. Hope to see you there!
The best bits about doing a class with Tim is the generous free goodies that you come away with. Especially the unique Messenger Bag.
Thought I ought to finally put these pictures up of the book, thoroughly enjoyed myself and met some great people and a few old friends!!
Now all I have to do is add my photos and text!! LOL
This is my Project for craft club tomorrow, thought I ought to do something for all the mum’s out there although David & I have unfortunately run out of parents.
If you are coming to do this tomorrow you will need a small picture approx 2″ x 2 3/4″ and if you have any glossy accents for the butterflies this is best done at home and left overnight to dry.
I have changed the twill ribbon – well truthfully I dyed it with tea last night as the white did not look right. I have now dyed loads of lace and twill for tomorrow, but, if anybody wants to change the colour scheme I will also have white lace and twill.
Hope to see some of you tomorrow
Well I finally sorted out the minibook to go inside my box for tomorrow. Just 1 sheet of cardstock, score three vertical lines equally across the page approx every three inches then score across the middle horizontally cut along this line from left to right until you reach the 3rd vertical score line. Fold along the remaining horizontal score line, and fold the rest of the page along the remaining score lines and hey presto you have a small book 6″ x 3″. I then stuck the centre page together to form a pocket, so that I can put tickets, tags etc in the middle. Decorate as you feel inspired.
You can also make 3″ x 3″ books in a similar way, you just have to remember where to cut on the horizontal, or it just doesn’t fol properly. This is the voice of experience, I’ve ended up with some strange looking minibooks before!!!!!
Anyway keep crafting, and most importantly ENJOY!