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Friday, September 12, 2014

1 crafty take on a Project Runway challenge, Part 2

In the last post from Wednesday, I spoke about how much I love Project Runway. In a tribute to the show, I've brought back an project I made years ago using unconventional materials...in this case, the utilitarian brown paper bag. OK, so it's not that unconventional, but it is used in a way it was not originally created for. ;-)

Check back to the previous post to see the start of our project. In today's post we'll see part 2 of our "All About Me" Paper Bag Album.





The project was created using a class kit, but in the video I'll give you all the measurements I used as we create each portion, so you can just use up your stash. Below are some of the items that I have used in my project; they are just a suggestion of some of the items you may want to use, but be creative!

Supplies:
  • Three (3) large paper lunch bags (when folded they should be approximately 6” x 6”)
  • Two (2) 1" book rings
  • Coordinating cardstock
  • Coordinating patterned papers
  • Coordinating rub-ons
  • Ribbon, tulle, lace
  • Brads
  • Silk flowers, large and small
  • Inkpad, brown or distress
  • Photo corners, chipboard or regular
  • Bling, rhinestones, or jewels
  • Tissue paper flowers
  • 4 regular sized Manila tags
  • 5 small Manila tags
  • 3 jewelry tags
  • String or DMC floss
  • Various phrase stickers
  • Vellum quotes
  • Swirl clips
Tools: Paper trimmer, scissors, craft knife, dry and wet adhesive, stapler and staples, corner rounder, regular hole punch or Crop-a-Dile.


Part 2 includes creating pages 1 - 6.



Part 3 of the video tutorial will be added next Monday, 9/15/2014. Subscribe to my YouTube channel so you get notification when it's uploaded and ready for viewing. :-)

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