Sunday, April 10, 2011

I *FINALLY* Did It!

 I have had this tutorial sitting in my bookmarks since it was this tutorial.  Yes, I've been sitting on this project for close to three years, and I finally decided it was time. 

I'm visiting with Lissie, and, as always when we get together, the stamping commences.

 I found Mom's stash of "Parisienne Breeze" paper and got to work.  It gave me the opportunity to not only make a 3D project, it also allowed me the chance to make cards--by 4.25"x5.5" AND 3"x3"--something I've not done much of recently. 

 Address book and stamp holder.  I figure the address book could also be used as a simple note pad.

 I fell in love with the DSP and wanted to showcase it and made some very quick CAS cards.




 Of course, I had to line the inside as well.


 I made ten little gift tags.

 And, four 3"x3" cards. 

Isn't this too sweet?

Since it was Mom's paper I tea leafed, I gave the box to her. :o)  I then convinced her she needed to make one as well.  Look for her posting soon. :o)

This card uses:
*Stamp Sets: "Best Yet", "So Many Sayings" Both retired SU! Hostess sets
*Papers: "Parisienne Breeze" DSP, Baja Breeze, Crumb Cake, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White
*Ink: Chocolate Chip
*Accessories: Scallop border punch, scallop punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, 1 1/4" circle punch, scallop trim border

I hope Mom enjoys it! :o)
--Rach

3 comments:

Bailey's Leaf said...

Look at you making great stuff while you skipped off to Mom's house!

Have a great time!

Kelli said...

Look at you doing a cute project. I need to play around a little bit. I've decided to open an etsy store :) I'll have to check out this tutorial.

jaydee said...

Rach, you really showcased this fabulous DSP. I love the fact that you managed to create something that ou have had in your bookmarks for three years. Good for you. It was worth saving, I might add.
hugs
jaydee