Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Shernocky Crafts - Turn the page

Hiya Crafty friends,


I wanted share with you my loooong delayed Shernocky Crafts DT project.

I had been mulling over what to do with my small manila envelopes I got in my DT pack for a while (changing my mind many times). When I finally decided to do a book, it then took on a life of it's own. The finished project ended up being completely different to what I had planned at the beginning. It was going to be white, but as you can see it didn't end up that way...lol :)

Supplies used (available from Shernocky Crafts):
  • PaperArtsy Stamps - HPXTO1,  
  • PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Chalk Acrylic Paint - Baltic Blue,  
  • Jute Ribbon, 
  • Small manila envelopes
  •  Distress Ink - Vintage Photo, Tea Dye, Fired Brick, Tattered Rose and Victorian Velvet


I love how the distress ink have made the envelope I used to cover the front look like old leather, and believe it or not it sort of has a feel of it too :)

    The sentiment on the front was cut with my Silhouette Cameo and then coloured with a walnut Promarker


    I embellished the spine with some 'left-overs' from the lattice I cut for the pages (see below)


    The page tabs where cut out from a silhouette file, which I them coloured with Fired Brick Distress ink
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    The front of the pages where decorated with the PaperArtsy stamp set using Tattered Rose and Victorian Velvet distress ink and the back of the pages were decorated with lattice work, which I coloured with Tea Dye Distress Ink.






    Pop by next week and I will share with you the tags I have made to go in each pocket :)


    15 comments:

    1. What a fabulous project - cant wit to see how it progresses!
      xx

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    2. A fantastic book, love the gorgeous words on the cover of the book and look forward to seeing how this progresses.

      Hugs
      Linda xxx

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    3. Beautiful project love the colour, thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Bloggers Network Facebook page Hugs Tania (DT) xx

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    4. What a lovely project, it looks amazing
      P x

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    5. WOW - what a fabulous project. Gorgeous die cuts on the front cover too.
      Avril xx

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    6. Fantastic - as usual, Debbi

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    7. I can't actually verbalise how beautiful I think this is ... and for me that says it all, Denyse xxx

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    8. Oh wow! fabulous project, love the wording on the front, can't wait to see the tags x

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    9. This is so AMAZING, thank you for sharing with us at Crafty Bloggers Network Facebook Page.

      Kelly
      CBN DT

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    10. Thank you for the book chuck! It's even nicer in the flesh. The picture doesn't do it justice, and yes, it really does feel and look like old leather.

      Luv Mum....

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    11. OMG, Debbi, this is awesome hun, it honestly looks like an old book, from maybe a 2nd hand shop, specialising in "olde worlde" if you get my drift, so looking forward to seeing the tags, amazing work xxx

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