Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Bouquet Album Cover


Hi everyone, it's Taylor here, sharing a little project. I've started working on a mini-album (ok, it should have been finished by now, but life intervened) and today I'm sharing the front cover. I started with the Mix and Match Album #2 from Creative Cuts and More (in Bazzill Kraft).  This is a super cool little set - you get 2 each of 4 pre-cut pieces of card stock, each one 8 1/2" x 5 1/2". You can order different sizes of album rings separately.

I started by stamping my gorgeous Baroque Bouquet Cling Jumbo rubber stamp directly onto my card stock. I added a bit of color using regular colored pencils from my daughter's art stash.  I added sponging all around the outer edges of the page. Then I stamped Versamark ink directly to the card stock, and poured Deep Impressions Clear Embossing powder over the whole thing. I heated it from underneath, and once it was all melted I applied a second coat.

My buckle was made using a buckle from Buckle Set #2 and covering it with Shabby White Enamel. It has cool flecks of gold in it, and looks fabulous once heated.  I finished it off with a bit of ribbon. I'll be sharing more album pages in the near future, so stay tuned.


Supplies: 
Stamps: Baroque Bouquet (Stampendous)
Card Stock: Bazzill Kraft
Ink: Versafine Vintage Sepia; Tim Holtz Antique Linen, Brushed Corduroy, Tea Stain, Walnut Stain
Coloring Medium: Colored Pencils (Rose Art and Crayola)
Accessories: ribbon, Shabby White Embossing Enamel (by Stampendous)
Tools: Mix & Match Album #2, Buckle (set #2) - Creative Cuts and More

4 comments:

Nora Anne said...

I just caught this on your blog first! Love it and I can't wait to see the rest :)

Dawnll said...

This is wonderful Taylor- love that design and so glad you could share with us.

mylaughingmagpie said...

LOVE this Taylor!!! Can't wait to see the rest too!

Noelle Reese said...

This is absolutely beautiful! How did you emboss the whole thing without tweezer marks?