Sunday, February 17, 2008

Scrapbook Fun!

First off, thanks to everyone for their well wishes on my previous post. My son is adapting awesome, and so are we. I was even able to leave him for a couple hours on Saturday. My upline held her quarterly 'fun' team meeting where all lines of her downline get together and stamp...for fun! We learned two things:
First, this card was demonstrated to us by Andrea Walford. She learned it from Leadership. Ingredients: East Coast Prep DP, More Mustard cardstock, Wild Wasabi double stiched ribbon, brad, jumbo eyelet and the stamp set So Many Scallops from the Sale-a-Bration brochure.

Second we learned how to make a scrapbook out of cardstock and chipboard! It was so cool! The instructions are to detailed to list here but I am thinking this would make an awesome class! This is the outside. I made it with Wild Wasabi textured cardstock and on the inside I used Looks Like Spring DP (retired paper...sorry!)
All I need to add now is 6 x 6 page protectors and some pictures!



Until next time, happy stamping!

17 comments:

Emily said...

Wow, that scrapbook looks awesome! I think I'm going to try to make one =). TFS!

StampwithBernie said...

I love both of these ideas. The Sweet one card looks like a large circle of designer paper that is folded--is that how it is made. Very nice.

Tracey said...

Great ideas...I really like them both. I really want to make the scrapbook - thanks for sharing!

kraftykathy1 said...

way cool, you need to share the basics- did you use SU chipboard?

Sandra Panio, Stampin'Up! Demonstrator said...

Yes, I used SU chipboard for the scrapbook. For the card we traced a circle onto 12x12 cardstock, cut that out and then scored at 3 1/4 on either side.

Sandra Panio, Stampin'Up! Demonstrator said...

Yes, I used SU chipboard for the scrapbook. For the card we traced a circle onto 12x12 cardstock, cut that out and then scored at 3 1/4 on either side.

Stampin' Colleen said...

I love how you lined the inside of the album! Very cool!!!!!

Erin said...

great projects! thanks for the added info on that card it's really sweet!

Jana Emmert said...

Great projects! Hope your son is doing well...

Ellen aka Chipper (SCS) said...

Oh....thanks for sharing! I love that first little card and the scrapbook.

Denise ~ said...

Great projects! I want to try that book, fun! :)

Stacey said...

Thanks for showing how to make the scrapbook!

Debbi said...

I love that card! Wonderful colors!

Jennifer Orbaker said...

That is a really neat scrapbook! I need to try one of those too! Glad your son is doing ok!

Jennifer said...

Great projects! This makes me wish my up-line had some type of get meetings.

Trina said...

Good job on those they are so cute!

Beth Fox said...

Will you please share the scrapbook details with me??? I have an entire club of scrapbookers, and this looks like a perfect project for them!!

TIA!!!