Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Avent Garden covered notebook using stampin up products.

Absolutely in love with the Avant Garden stamp set. Another amazing free gift from sale-a-bration all you have to do is spend £45 in the annual or spring/summer catalogues its as easy as that.

please let me no if you would like a free copy of any of the catalogues. 

To be honest ive used this stamp that much i think I need a new one haha. These are my covered notebooks ive made for my customers who place an order with me.

The size of your cardstock and DSP will depend on the size of your note book. mine are as follows.

My notebook measures 4.1/8 x 5.7/8 inch
for the base layer I used the blooms and bliss cardstock pack. sweet sugarplum for the base layer measuring 8 x 4.1/4 inch scored at 6 , 6.1/8 inch next I used island indigo 4 x 5.3/4 inch and last I used whisper white for the stamping measuring 5.1/2 x 3.3/4 inch. Two pieces of card one island indigo 5 x 1 inch and whisper white 5 x 7/8 inch for the sentiment this will over hang so you will need to trim once you have glued it to your project. I stamped my sentiment using the floral phrases stamp set. (a special note of thanks to you) just beautiful.  

For my stamping ive gone with Avent Garden. ive stamped in sweet sugarplum and island indigo for my flowers. Old olive for the leaves. I added a touch of glitz with the wink of stella for extra sparkle.

I just love how all the colours come together perfectly. That's the amazing thing about stampin up products they all coordinate right down to embellishing a project.
Hope you enjoyed this project as much as I did making it.
links to the tutorial, shop and youtube channel below.

Thanks again for stopping by.
                                      
                                                     Happy crafting Danielle. x



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