Other Products: White and black cardstock, watercolor paper, glue, Distress Ink forest moss, frayed burlap, ColorBox pink, violet and red inks, ribbon, glossy accents Ranger
For more tips on creating with the booklet frame dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/kJO5LdNFxgE.
For more tips on creating with the Oakberry Lane collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/HirfUN8NEYY.
Instructions: Die cut each die from Booklet Frames Die, the biggest die cut twice, one from white card stock and one from black card stock. Adhere die cut black frame behind white frame using glue, offset the paper to create a shadow. Die cut the biggest one and medium dies from Booklet Basics Die using Butterfly Dreams Paper Collection. Glue the paper from collection to your die from Booklet Frames Die. The smallest die cut from Booklet Frames Die will be white. Score each layer in the middle using Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board. Glue the layers one on top of another - try to carefully bend them to create an imitation of the book.
Die cut three bookmarks using Booklet Basics Die in white card stock. Color using ColorBox pink, red and violet inks and frayed burlap Distress Ink to make them look like pencils. Glue them together and add pink ribbon in the middle.
Die cut accent from Swirly Accent Spray Die twice in white card stock, glue together and glue at the top of your book.
Flowers: Stamp flowers and leaves from the Oakberry Lane Cling Stamp Set on a piece of watercolor paper using Black Archival Ink. Color using Colorbox pink ink. Leaves color using forest moss Distress Ink. Die cut using matching die, shape using Deluxe Flower Shaping kit. Glue together and add stamens from Rock Candy Stamens - small. Leave to dry. Glue them on the top and at the bottom of your book.
Stamp a sentiment “Congratulations” from Celebrate Love Sentiments Cling Stamp Set in white card stock using Back Archival Ink. Die cut using Hand-Stitched Accents Die and glue on the last layer of your book.
Using a sponge add some glue to the flowers and sprinkle the flowers with Rajni Chawla’s Crystal Clear. On the flowers and leaves add a some drops with glossy accents - it will be morning dew.