Wednesday, March 06, 2013

JustRite: Grand Damask Notebook

Today I am sharing my project using JustRite® Papercraft March 2013 Release Graceful Monogram and Grand Damask Background Stamp sets to create an elegant notebook. What a great gift for someone who to planning a wedding or even make it into a scrapbook :)


3月の新しいスタンプセット(Graceful Monogram and Grand Damask Background Stamp Sets)の紹介です。スタンプを使って ノートブックを(又はミニアルバムにも) 作りました。 Spellbinders Media Mixage Line (Mixed Media向けの商品) Bezelもつけて、エレガントな感じかな~。


For the notebook cover, I heat embossed the Grand Damask Background Stamp with pink embossing powder. Loved how the pink just pops against that black cardstock :)


Next I played with Spellbinders™ newest collection, the Media Mixáge™ Line. Did you know Graceful Monogram stamp set fits into some of their bezels?! I am using MB2-007 Circles One bezel #2 (the smallest size is #1) to frame the cameo image. I cut/embossed with its matching die templates, MD1-007 Circles One die #3 over the stamped image. Then added glitter to the stamped cameo. To frame the bezel cup, I stamped the floral frame image and fussy cut to fit. See below...


Since I wasn't planning on using a jeweler's resin or sealer, I needed to "lift" the cameo image with 3D Foam Squares to give it the desired depth in my embellishment. Next I added gems and pearls as accents, using my Embellie Gellie tool to pick up all those gems!


Next I cut two pieces of chipboard for notebook covers, painted the edges in black and covered all with patterned papers. I threaded a ¾" black organza ribbon through the bezel loops. I secured the ribbon onto the back of the bezels with Dodz™ (glue rounds) and then use more Dodz to secure the bezel onto the Grand Damask cover.


Here is a close up of the embellished bezel...


This is how I will have my pages set up. I used my Bind-It-All to punch holes and bind the notebook together.


I used the "M" and flourish frame images to create a charm with Shrink Plastic and cut with S4-110 Classic Ovals LG die #4. Don't forget to punch that hole on top :)



Add the charm and trinket pins with the bow on the binding wire - it's ready to give away...not sure I want to give THIS one away! LOL!! Here's another look...


Project Supplies:
JustRite Papercrafts Stamps: Graceful Monogram Stamp Set and Grand Damask Background Stamp
Spellbinders Creative Arts: S4-110 Classic Ovals LG; MB2-001 Circles One Bezels; MD1-007 Circles One Dies and Spellbinders Artisan X-plorer™ Machine
Ink: TSUKINEKO/IMAGINE Crafts (Memento: Tuxedo Black; StazOn: Jet Black; VersaMark)
Embossing Powder: JoAnn's (Pink)
Patterned Papers: Carta Bella (Paris Girl Collection by Samantha Walker)
Embellishments: Ribbon (Offray); Trinket Pins (Maya Road); Gems & Pearls (KaiserCraft); JumpRing (Advantus); Glitter Stickles (Ranger Ink)
Tools: Bind-It-All; ScraPerfect (Embellie Gellie)
Adhesives: ScraPerfect (Best Glue Ever) and SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES™ BY 3L (3D Foam Squares & Dodz)
Other: Black Paint; Chipboard

Hope you are enjoying all of JustRite Papercraft March 2013 Releases! Speaking of...visit my fellow team members to be inspired more - off to visit them myself!

JustRite Inspiration
Darsie Bruno
Kathy Jones
Heidi Blankenship
Barb Schram
Sheri Holt
Angela Barkhouse
Eva Dobilas

Thanks for stopping by!!
MargieH xo


9 comments:

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

You really know how to rock these products, Margie! This is so beautiful and elegant. Love the pink and black!

Susie Bentz said...

Margie this is so elegant! I love it!

Eva said...

Margie, this is such a beautiful piece of art! Love your tutorial and everything about it!!!

Fleursbydesign said...

This is so pretty :)

~Melissa~ said...

Lovely! Love the bling and monogram - lovely!

Sarah Webb said...

Beautiful! The embossing is perfect!

Heidi Blankenship said...

Margie, your monogram notebook is absolutely Gorgeous!!! I love the colors, all of the detail and how you altered the bezel--LOVE everything about it!! Fabulous tutorial too!! ♥

Marisa Job said...

Just beautiful! Love all the pretty details!!

Christa said...

Wow, this is just beautiful! Love your technique!