Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Timeless Album Bo Bunny and Prima

It's time to honor Dear O'l Dad this week at My Paper Crafting.  This mini book is one I recently designed for a class at the scrapbook store where I teach.  The book was designed for dads, grand pas and other special guys in your life.  The basic book is an older book from Bo Bunny and I used the Engraver Prima paper for the rest of the album.  I made several cuts for this project using the Cricut carts- Sentimentals, Graphically Speaking,  
Here is the cover.  We made rosettes with the Tim Holtz Rosette maker, bottle caps, and buttons.  
Swirls made from Sentimentals and the Time cut from Graphically Speaking 
Cogs and wheels also cut out with the Cricut and some added Recollections Washi tape. 

A mini book cut out from Sentimentals.  The cut out was used on another page.  
Burlap for texture and a pocket for additional pictures 
Another mini for more photos and a piece of Tim Holtz filmstrip.  
More tags and vintage graphics 
Corrugated cardboard cover for an accordian book.  
Embossed Kraft paper and then inked with Distress Ink. 



I hope you have enjoyed my project and that you are inspired to join us for the challenge this week.
Let's all celebrate our dads and then link up to My Paper Crafting.    
Happy Craftin.  







3 comments:

  1. Wow Suzanne, this is one cool mini album for the man in your life! I love the masculine feel to it!! Gosh I just may have to try and lift this idea!!! You rock my friend and this is why you teach!! Hugs!!

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  3. Oh wow Suzanne, I never knew this had so many layers to it! What a FABULOUS project! I just LOVE everything about it!!! :)

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