Tuesday, May 24, 2011
National Scrapbooking Month Project #3 The Best Yet!
So here is the last of my projects at the Scrap Camp. I love how it turned out. A scrapbook purse made using Stampin Up's 5 1/2 x 5 1/2" square envelopes. This was a big hit but very time consuming and I had to stand at this table all the time. So warning this would be a great project for a scrap camp on it's own. The DSP I used was Blueberry Crisp, another DSP that was available to use was Sweet and Sour Specialty DSP and boy was it pretty too! I believe I first say this idea on Dawn Olchefske's blog where she used the Brown Square Envelopes and the Scalloped Notes we used to sell to make a purse scrapbook.
Here's an inside shot of it: Papers I used were Not Quite Navy, Pacific Point, Very Vanilla, Whisper White (5 1/2 x 5 1/2" square to attach the envelopes to on the back side" and the Blueberry Crisp DSP - Inks: Not quite Navy, Pacific Point - Stamp Sets: Define Your Life, Note & Detail, For All You Do - Punches: 1 3/4" Scallop Circle, 1 3/8" Circle, Boho Blossoms, Itty Bitty Shapes Trio (the flower), Photo Corners - Ribbon: 3/8" Very Vanilla Taffeta, and 3/4" Pacific Point Stripped (retired) - Big Shot: Scallop Circle Die - Circle Scissors Plus, Rhinestones, Dimensionals, Glue Dots, Mono Glue, Paper Cuttter with Cutting and Scoring Blade. Non-SU Small magnets tucked under the DSP for a closer.