Dienstag, 8. April 2014

Easter Bag

Hi there,

I want to show you a little Easter Bag I made for the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®


Here is a little Tutorial how I made it.



1 - I used a bag from a Pocket Book Pad designed by Leeza Gibbons.
2 - It's just so easy to adhere it together with the E-Z Dots® Permanent - Refillable
3 - Adhere a old book page with the E-Z Dots® Permanent - Refillable again.
4 - Add white Gesso with fingers to blend the text out.


5 - Stamp your image and cut it out with scissors. I used a Duckling as motive I designed for Whiff of Joy . It's one stamp of the Spring collection "Freshly Hatched" and its available at the 20th of April.
6 - Adhere your motive with E-Z Dots® Permanent - Refillable 
7 - Doodle and sketch some grasses with a black pen. If you don't want to draw you can also use stamps. Grasses is also a stamp on the coming soon Spring stamp set.
8 - Punch a little circle and add a Brad to create a shutter look for the flap.

Now you can add some sentiments or other details. I used some Rub-ons. And now it's ready to fill it with a coupon or card or little Easter present.





E-Z Dots® Permanent - Refillable

Other Supplies:
Stamps "Duckling" from the Spring stamp set "Freshly Hatched" I designed for Whiff of Joy - available at the 20th of April
Bag from Pocket Book Pad "Wishes and Dreams" from Leeza Gibbons Prima Marketing
Rub-ons "Words" from Tim Holtz
Rub-ons "Butterflies" from 7 Gypsies
Old Book Page
Black Pen
Brad from RSVP collection Basic Grey
Piece of handmade paper


Thanks for visiting today!!!

Kommentare:

  1. love it so much ! thanks for the tutorial

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  2. Saw this in the scrapbook adhesives blog but there was no where to comment on there site. Love this little bag and your tutorial! I love how you drew the grasses around the duck and all of the other wonderful touches. Great work! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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