Thursday, June 26, 2014

Graphic 45 Typography Whats in the desktop drawers

Hi everyone :-)

Here is whats in the G45 Typewriter desktop drawers.
Lot of fussy cutting going on here and I used Claudine Helmuth multi matte to glue it on black cardstock and cut it all out one more time. All is distressed with various distress inks from Tim Holtz.

Video

In the first drawer there are sections for typography equipments.

clips, eraser, staples,elastic and more.

 In the 2. drawers there is a telepone book and box for coloring pencils.


Made a box for the pencils out of the paper pencil image.

In the 3. drawer i store my antique typewriter wood stamp set retired from G45.

Close up picture of the stamps in the drawer.

In the 4. drawers there is room for some cards made out of the fussy cut left overs.
This was so much fun to make so I made 7 different in colors and styles. Ended up fussy cut more images to get enough lol

 This first is a vintage grunge style and perfect for a man.

Inside the card.

And backside.
The lace on back of the cameo I got from my friend Annies Etsy shop. Thank you so much Annie :-)
She has wonderful and good quality laces to very affordable prizes and here is the link to her shop if you want to have a look,
https://www.etsy.com/shop/msgardengrove1?ref=si_shop

2. Card is also a bit masculine.
The metal corners are from Butter bee scraps and here is the link to her shop if you are looking for some fun metal embellishments  ,
http://www.zibbet.com/ButterBeeScraps

 The tag is made from cardstock and can be taken out. Magnet closure on washi tape and a chipboard cut out on top.

The tiny book can be opened and the pencil is covered with washi tape from G45.

Inside the card there is place to write a note.

Used the border from the paper line for the backside.

3. Card is black and red and can also be used for a manly card.
Made some banners and fastened a chipboard cut out on with some twine. The flowers are made with Nellie Snellen dimensional flower punches. The typewriter is layered with 3D foam and the note on top can be taken out.

Inside the card.

Much space to write a personal message.

Used burlap on the bacside and glued on black chain. Also used some burlap on the front.

All 3 grunge manly cards together.


4. card is a more feminine style. Cut out live love laugh and pop them up with 3D foam.
Bench die from Marianne Design.


Inside the card.

5. card is a really colorful card :-)
Used chipboard cut out from the paper line and placed the gorgeous reading lady inside.
Cut out the book on 3 sides and bend it out to make a dimensional look.

Love the quotes from the paper line and used them a lot in this project.
Left quote from the sticker sheet.. Closes up with magnets.

Also colorful inside the card :-)
Used various 6 x 6  pattern and solids paper pads from G45 on this project. They all go so well together with the paper lines.

6. Card is a feminine vintage style. A lot going on here. Chipboard cut out from the paper line. envelope punch from MC.Gill. Flowers punched out and twine all together lol

Inside the card. Butterfly punch from Martha Steward.

The 7. is a tag that can be used as a card. Really colorful this also and I love that the paper line can be used for so many different styles :-)
Window and curtain die from Memory box and ribbon from May Arts Ribbon. Grass punch from Martha Stewart and border grass die from Magnolia.


Both the colorful cards together.

One last picture lol.

Here is the link to Graphic 45 blog,
http://g45papers.typepad.com/
Here is the link to G45 Ning site,
http://graphic45.ning.com/photo
And here is the link to G45 Pinterest page for inspiration,
http://www.pinterest.com/graphic45/
Papers can be found at Kreativ Scrapping
Here is the link to ButterBeeScraps,
http://www.zibbet.com/ButterBeeScraps#navlink

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgsJnzDCHkA
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,

Thanks for stopping by and have fun creating :-)

Hugs, Anne

4 comments:

  1. Oh my!! Where do I start? All that effort you put into fussy cutting is so worth while. I find my self wanting to reach into the computer screen and touch all these beautiful pieces. I LOVE that little vintage camera you have sitting on top. Beautiful as always Anne. Karen.x

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  2. Hei
    Så nydelig denne er, du er så flink ;) Har pløyd din blogg opp og ned flere ganger, jeg er full av beundring. G45 er også et kjempeprodukt, så innmari mye fint fra dem. Kos deg
    Lag deg en god sommer

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  3. Wow...do you have a tutorial for the project?

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  4. OH MY GOODNESS AGAIN. I have just recently come upon your Blog and I have to say I am so happy that I did. I would absolutely love to create something like this. If you do a tutorial on this please let me know, I would be thrilled!!

    Take care,
    Diane

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