Sunday, October 4, 2015

 
 
The Dream
 
Images from Itkupilli kit Delice
see HERE!


Sunday, August 23, 2015

WIP - Altered canvas with napkin collage.
 
*Madame Butterfly* 

Saturday, August 22, 2015

My very first Finnabair-like work: very small 4x4 inch chipboard.
 *Imagine Your Dreams*
 The bling in the corners are for finger nails.....I found tiny little bottles of it in lots of colors.

Friday, August 7, 2015

Mini Junque Journal

 
 
Shabby Chic Mini Junque Journal
BLOG HOP HERE!


 
 
 
I am happy to have been asked to be a guest design team member for
Scrap Club for the month of August!  Club Scrap has wonderful kits
and products that suit all tastes.  Check out the website HERE!
 
 
For this project, I create a small shabby chic mini Junque Journal. 
Club Scraps papers are wonderful and have many colors
and designs.  
 
Here is how I made the journal:
 
 
I begin with cutting the papers to approx. 6.5x4.5 inches each.  I made 7 total signatures with
4 to 5 pages each, so around 30 to 35 pieces of a variety of papers for the pages.    The over all size of the book is 3.75x4.5 inches.  (You can of course have more or less signatures as you like, and make any size you prefer) 
 
 
SIGNATURES
To sew the signatures I punch 3 holes evenly spaced.  I create a template,
and use an old catalog to hold the signature in place while I punch the holes.
I then use book making thread and sew- cut a piece of thread about 18 inches long and starting at the outside middle hole, go in leaving a 5 inch tail.  Continue to the top hole, come out and
go all the way down the bottom hole.  Go through the bottom hole, and continue back
through the middle hole - straddling the long stitch on the outside of the signature.  Tie
a double knot and cut the thread, leaving a tail for each signature. 

 
 

Once you have created the 7 signatures, they then want to glue them together.
Doing one at a time, glue in order and make sure they are a facing the correct way,
I mark the tops to make sure I have them in alignment. 
 
Now comes the fun part! Making the cover.  I did a collage with papers, tissue paper, and coffee stained cheese cloth.  I also used ink to give it a grungy distressed feel.  I added flowers, small wood veneers, and fancy stripped thread to create that shabby chic feel.  Once this is all dry, you can glue to the front of the signatures. (the back of the book is just a general collage with same materials, to give it a cohesive look)  Finally I added pretty buttons to the signature threads to add some bling!



Viola!! You have now completed a pretty and fun Junque Journal for all those
small pieces of paper you have laying around.  This journal can be a mini album or
an actual writing journal as well. Make it your own!!
 
Please check out HEATHER WOODS  creation for the hop --
and keep hopping to see everyone's lovely creations!

SUPPLIES:
CLUB SCRAP STORE
Scrapbook papers - various colors and designs
Small wood veneers
Paper and ribbon flowers - various colors and sizes
Bookmaking Thread
Awl (for making signature holes)
Inks and Gesso
Cheese Cloth
Tools:
Scissors, ruler, glue




 
BLOG HOP HERE!

Saturday, August 1, 2015

 

 

My Ancestors

 

My Grandmother: Addley

Addley with her sister

Grandmother (Addley) and Grandfather (William)

Grandfather William


Monday, July 13, 2015

 Leather Fauxdori
 Field Note Sized Fauxdori (leather)
 
Paperdori's
 

Bookdori (paper etc)  


Thursday, June 25, 2015

 
Black and White Planner Layout:
 
 
 
 
 
 
Images from LUNAGIRL 






 
 
This week almost ending:
 
 
 
My Webster's' Pages Sky Blue Planner.


Monday, June 22, 2015

Curiouser and Curiouser

 

A Little Girl Named Alice


It started with seeing a White Rabbit.
Then she ended up at a Tea Party!
 

...and she also meet a very interesting Queen.

There just something about a girl named Alice.
I hope you create your own Alice story!!

Supplies:
Pocket Protectors
Alice in Wonderland
Alice's Utterly Mad Party
Playing Cards
Scrapbook Papers
Glue Sticks
 


Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Treasure Hunting!

 
 
 
Pockets with Fun Surprises!
 
 
 
The theme for these pockets is Stamps/Post Office. I like stamps even tho I have
never collected them.
 
I love alteredpages.com vintage stamp images!
They blend with the color scheme. I add bits of color too.

Then fill with fun supplies such as the one's available from
Order Treasure Packs from alteredpages.com !!
 



I hope you give this a try....
 
 
 
SUPPLIES USED:
Various scrapbook papers
Various planner supplies
Glue tape, Scissors etc.
 
Please come join me and the alteredpages.com team for
a fun pocket letter swap on Facebook:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Handmade Fauxdori

Sunday, June 7, 2015

 
 
Bella Donna
 
New kit by Itkupilli
 
 



 
Check out all her kits here:


Sunday, May 31, 2015

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED!!

June is Pocket Letter/Pages month at alteredpages.com
Please join us for a
 
Bright Colors Pocket Letter
 
 

 
Come see more info on the
alteredpages.com
Facebook page:
 
Meet new friends and get creative!!
See you there!
Corinne Marie

 Bird Pocket Letter
 
 
 
 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Chalkboard Magnets: Set Two

 
 
 
 
Chalkboard Magnets:
 
Set Two



 
 

Mom likes using the chalkboard as a welcome sign for visitors as they walk
through the door.   So I made some happy, festive ATC magnets to put on
the Chalkboard Garden. 
 

Start with ATC size and add corrugated cardboard piece
with a piece of scrapbook paper. 
Attach image with pop dots to give dimensional feel.
 

Now add bling, flowers, ribbon, etc for additional texture.
 Now place them on your Chalkboard Garden and enjoy!
 
 
 
SUPPLIES USED:
MD Hobby Chalkboard
ATC size chipboard
scrapbook papers (various sizes)
Pop Dots
Magnetic Pop Dots
Bling, flowers, ribbon, etc.
 
 
Thank you for looking!
See you next Month.