Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Yes, I skipped October. I did a Halloween tag for the month of October, but I can't tell you most of what went on it (all items found in the LSS' crop room), and it wasn't my favorite project, anyway. I might scan and upload it later, but probably not.
For November's Make and Take I decided to do a fall themed journal spot. I used Studio G stamps for the pumpkin and Indian corn, an EK Success punch for the flower just under the stamped pumpkin, and the medallion was made with the new Sizzlit Tim Holtz Alterations Paper Rosette die. The folded journal base/background is an Accu-cut die that is actually supposed to be a mini-album cover. There are three holes for binding the cover and pages together, but I just filled the outside holes with two brads and covered the middle hole with the Indian corn.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Okay, I'm slow. This was September's Make & Take project, and I'm only just now uploading it. Life has just been really hectic.
I wanted a theme that anyone could use, not just families with kids in school, so I went for a generic home theme. The pocket was cut with an Accu-Cut die (so was the little house), and the tab on the photo mat (which goes into the pocket) was a punch (I think it's made by McGill, but I can't swear to it). The embossing folder is Cuttlebug. I'm not sure who makes the stamps or the scallop punch. They were in the LSS crop room.