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CHECK OUT EACH GERBER DAISY AND THANKS FOR VISITING!
My crafting resolutions:
1. To create more than 50% of my projects with either recycled materials or scrap left over materials to cut waste and excessive earth fillers. Currently at about 45%)
2. Teach paper craft classes.
3. Create Dies for Spellbinders(done)
4. Learn everyday what it takes to be patient, understanding, tolerant and giving.
made it to CHA, and work for embellishment company I love, demo classes all in 2012-13

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Fall colors with the Dragon + tutorial

Happy Friday everyone!  Today there is a new challenge at Stamping with the Dragon.  We want to see all of your creations with:

"Fall Colors"
Little cutie pie image on a book mark, let's make it together!

You have two weeks to join in on the fun and our sponsor this time is Meljens Designs with some terrific prizes.  Also, don't forget to stop by and visit our new DT blogs to see their debut projects, I think they are very talented and I'm confident they will inspire all of you with Dragon Designs!  There are tons of new projects to be made and stamps to be seen in the store so stop by any time!
Products you will need:
Paper cutter
 4x4 base stock paper
Design Paper of choice 3 6/8 x 3 3/8
Design paper 1 1/2 x 3 6/8
Score tool
Embellies of choice
2" circle sentiment and 2 1/8 base for sentiment
favorite punch
Ribbon at least 4 inches
double sided tape
dimensional dots

I loved making my recent corner book mark at Angie Hunt's (scrapgirl) card making class last month and sold that one at the recent craft sale so I needed another one! (Well, that's my story and I'm sticking to it) hehe!  Simple and functional as well as desireable!  Thanks Angie!  See you Saturday!

mark three sides at 2" then score to a\ point like above



INGREDIENTS: 
Bazzill Stock
Reminisce "Autumn Afternoon, shades of autumn
Reminisce: Autumn burst shimmer
Basic Grey ~ other from stash
EK Success pumpkin leaf punch
Meljen scarecrow digi image
Whimsy Flourish Vines


Additional step:  cut the 3 6/8 DP in half to make two triangles, I used DP that is double sided then glue one to the front and the other to the back of the triangular shape of the book mark.   Trim it to fit the triangle.

Additional step 2:   apply the rectangle DP shape to the remainder of the base of the book mark


 MEDIUMS:
Copics used:  YG91,95,97, R20,RV00
E00,02,13
YR00,YR15
E42,43,44,25
Blick Studio pencils: orange, dar brown, light brown
American crafts gold pen
Gelly Roll Clear Star


 EMBELLISHMENTS:
Frosted Lace stickles
gold mesh ribbon from "Christmas Ribbon selection" at Hobby Lobby


Challenges entered:  
Simon Says ~ Anything Goes

 INSPIRATIONAL THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

Sharing what I've learned . . .  teaches me every time!

 Thank you for visiting, 

12 comments:

  1. wow! gorgeous! Thanks for showing us how its done :)

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  2. This is fabulous! I love the way you brought it all together, and thanks for putting the step-by-step up for us! :0)

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  3. TAMMY I love the way you did that border!! Thanks for the little tut! Amazing corner bookmark!!! Fantastic details.

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  4. Fabulous bookmark Tammy Louise! I've enjoyed working with you on the team, keep up the good work!

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  5. Fantastic bookmark. Love all your details.

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  6. This is really beautiful. Would look incredible adorning any book. Lee x

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  7. Amazing one. Thanks for the lesson!

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  8. It's beautiful Tammy Louise, and awesome tutorial too.
    Hugs Nat

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  9. Fantastic bookmark and thanks for the tutorial

    xx

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  10. Great tutorial and fab project, your colouring is great hun
    Caroline xx

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  11. Wow this is fabulous - and what lovely colours as well :) Thank you for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp challenge, hugs, Dawny x

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