Thursday, January 26, 2012

Spellbinders M-Bossabilities: Parsian Motifs Note Pad

I wanted to post one more project before leaving for CHA (Craft & Hobby Assoc.) Conference and Trade Show in Anaheim, CA. Using Spellbinders™ Paper Arts most recent release, S5-078 Persian AccentsS5-079 Persian Motifs, Spellbinders Edgeabilities® E8-007 Classic Edges One dies and Spellbinders M-Bossabilities™ EL-002 Regal (Side B) Folder, I created a note pad with pockets.

Persian Motif Note Pad by Margie Higuchi
Supplies Cardstock: Core'dinations; Patterned Paper: Authentique Papers (Gathering Collection); Ink: Clearsnap; Bling: KaiserCraft; Dies and Foil: Spellbinders Paper Arts (S5-078 Persian Accents, S5-079 Persian Motifs, EL-002 Regal, E8-007 Classic Edges, LF-168 Grand Large Labels and Premium Craft Foils); Tool: Bind-It-All and ScraPerfect (The Embellie Gellie); Adhesives: ScraPerfect (The Best Glue Ever) and SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L

There are a couple of videos I like to share about the Spellbinders M-Bossabilities line. It would be helpful to see how they work in action...


Having trouble? Click to Introducing Spellbinders M-Bossabilities video.


Need a direct link? Click to How To Use Spellbinders M-Bossabilities Folders video.

To create the beautiful embossing on my cover, I used Spellbinders M-Bossabilities EL-002 Regal Side B in my Spellbinders Grand Calibur® Die Cutting Machine (Don't forget that Grand Raspberry Plate). SANDWICH (fm: bottom up): A Base Plate, M-Bossabilities Folder w/ cardstock, Grand Raspberry Plate). Sand the embossed Core'dinations cardstock to highlight even more and cut/embossed with LF-168 Grand Large Labels die. I also cut/embossed with cereal thin chipboard as backing for the covers


Cut/Emboss the S5-079 Persian Motifs with Authentique Papers' Gathering Collection and stenciled with ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink Chestnut Roan. Note that I nested the small piece into the center of the larger motif. Place the die cuts together like a puzzle and then shift the small piece slightly to get the shown look. Adhered the center with foam square for some dimension.



Next I used the Premium Crafting Foil to cut/emboss the accent pieces from S5-078 Persian Accents and sanded to use for the center. With The Embellie Gellie, I placed pearls on each peak and the center of the motif.


This is how I made the front and back covers as well as the inside front and inside back pages. For a finished look I ink the edges with chalk.



What's a note pad without pocket pages?! So I created a few using the E8-007 Classic Edgers One to make the pockets a little interesting. I love how Spellbinders packaged the Edgeabilities as Edges and Decorative Inserts separately for this release. I can buy multiple sets of edges to make continuous cuts or make a two-sided cuts. They work with all the Edgeabilities introduced this past summer :)
Add 36 blank pages and put it together with the Bind-It-All. It is ready to be given away as a great gift for someone!


Well, I'm almost packed - just a few more projects before I leave tomorrow morning. If you are attending CHA, please visit and say HELLO! at Spellbinders Paper Arts - Booth #1883.
Thanks for taking the time to stop by!!
MargieH

10 comments:

Dana Tatar {datatar} said...

Wow Margie! Gorgeous notepad! Have fun at CHA!

Mary Pat Siehl said...

these are soooo pretty! love them! have fun at cha!!

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

beautiful project, margie! have a wonderful time at CHA! :)

Lynn said...

Beautiful lil album and that "doily" is sooo delicate. Have fun at CHA!

Connie Mercer said...

these are fantasic margie~love little books, perfect for my purse!!

Sue @ Cakeballs, cookies and more said...

Oh my gosh these are so nice, the notebook is adorable.

scrappymo! said...

That doily is fantastic. Beautiful job!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Gorgeous project Margie! Love the decorative doily and fancy background! I'll be sure to stop by and say hello :)

Penny said...

This project is FABULOUS! Great job! I'll have to watch these videos! Love Penny scrap-aholic@blogspot.com

Linda Beeson said...

What a gorgeous accent piece.