Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Robyn's 200 Graduation 3 Ring Binder

Here is one of the items which I made for my Extravaganza class at Convention earlier this month. I started with the 3 ring binder and then I used the Notebook Level 2 paper pack & stickease - one of my favorites - and then added lots of 'Bling" in the form of pearl paint, liquid glass, sparkles and CTMH's beautiful satin egded ribbon.
I tinted the paint using just a few drops of the Holly hock re-inker to give this lovely soft pink. The filigree charms helped hold the ribbon in place.
Here I added a top coat for added shine and painted the tiny flowers with the same paint as the Dimensional element numbers - then added a sparkle to the center.
I added baby pink edge anchors and also used the hollyhock accessories from the Autumn garden mini medley.
More sparkles for fun and I added liquid glass to the stickease to add more shine.
Again - lots of sparkles and I painted the dimensional element heart with the tinted pearl paint.

I doubled up the flowers on the 'Brothers' page and added the corduroy brad to the center of the satin edge ribbon.  On the Memory page I pleated the ribbon under the dimensional element heart and added sparkles and then liquid glass to cover the stickease then added it to the center of the flower
More sparkles on the stickease and Filigree charm in the center of the doubled paper flowers.

3 comments:

  1. I think this is just beautiful! I also think your daughter should be a model. I think you should be one too. And you can really rock some hats.

    I do have to say that I am sad to know that I was born and lived in Michigan till I was 26 and never met you. That is wrong. Want to visit Maine?

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  2. Beautiful album, Sara! It's never crossed my mind to turn the album... awesome idea! :)

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  3. Tracey I would LOVE to visit Maine :O) Where abouts in MI did you live?? Robyn did do a training course in modeling (at vast costs of money) then decided she didn't like doing it! Go figure !!
    Vicki - thanks for the kind comment - It was one of those 'epiphany' moments to turn it as none of the photos I had would fit the other way LOLOL :O)

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