Hi everyone :-)
Made this lace and trim book to store all my beautiful trims and laces from WOC.
Used the beautiful Alma`s sewing room papers from Pion Design
The book measure 7 x 7 1/4 wide and it is an accordion binding on both sides
All flowers and laces I used in this book is from WOC and will tell in the video what i used.
Here is the supply list:
Sweetheart blossom MKX-348
White toscany rose buds MKX-620 , 30mm MKX- 619 and 40mm QVR-081 flowers ,
Large MKX-559 and small MKX 554 white orchidsWhite hip rose buds GS020,
White,GST 006 and GST-020 rose buds,
White 30mm MKX-450 and MKX-451 leafs
White pearl spray MKX-539,
Heart shape embellishments GST.170,
White net lace MKX-589,
Guipure lace MKX-594 andMKX 596,
The cover without the tag.
Alphabeth dies are from Tim Holtz and memory box.
Made a flower spray with rose buds, leafs, pearl sprays and flowers from WOC
This paper line is so fun to work with and on the side I fussy cut out some clothing and hang them on hangers
Have a hidden place under where I can write wish list or supplies I need to order.
In the back side there is a pocket to store 2 spools with seam binding.
The other side of the book.
Inside flaps with some tags and fussy cut images.
Here you can see the spools when the flap opened.
The book folded out
In the middle there is an accordian pocket where I can store my left over trims
Made a lace pocket for my scissor.
Lot of fun fussy cutting :-)
Close up picture of the spools with WOC laces and trims
Measurement for the spool
Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link, http://www.annespapercreations.com/2013/07/asked-questions-and-answers.html#comment-form
Thanks for stopping by and have fun creating :-)
Anne, this is so pretty & great instructions. Later I will be by to look again. I learn so much from your creative genius and want to thank you for sharing your talent with us all. Hugs :DReplyDelete
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Oh my but your book is just stunning! What an amazing project you have created. So beautiful, so many different pages and places for storing. What a lovely work of art.
It's soooo pretty!ReplyDelete
Wauw Thanks for the idea just the perfect gift for a dear friend of my.ReplyDelete
Anne, I just had to tell you what wonderful work you do and how much I have been enjoying your videos... just found you this weekend while I was searching YouTube for Steampunk vids. I am working on a major Steampunk project for Halloween, and I had your videos running all weekend as I worked! I am 53 too (okay, not till Thursday, to be honest), and so enjoy listening to your instructions, your accent (your English is wonderful!) and the manner in which you teach and share your ideas. Just awesome. I am your newest subscriber on YouTube, Follower here as well as on Bloglovin and Pinterest so I won't miss a post from now on! Greetings from Canada!ReplyDelete
Anne, this is such a wonderful idea!!!!! Your work is gorgeous and your project ideas are fabulous. I will have to check out WOC.....ReplyDelete
Hi Anne, Thank you for yet another gorgeous piece of creative design! Your work is of great inspiration to all of us, crafters around the world!ReplyDelete
I loved, loved, loved!!! Super cute!!! Congratulations!!!ReplyDelete
This is just brilliant Anne and a project that I want to have a go at ... love it.ReplyDelete
Crafty hugs from Shirl x x
Thank you, it is gorgeous.
Das ist eine wunderbare Arbeit und die Idee mit der Aufbewahrung der schönen Spitzen ist großartig!ReplyDelete