Friday, September 12, 2008

A Big Shot Birthday Book

I have to admit that I've been having a lot of fun with my Big Shot since it arrived on my door step. Yes, I've used it to make cards with and even some scrapbook pages but the most fun I've had with it is seeing what I can run through it and what all it will cut. When the Sizzix people at convention told us it would cut through over 50 types of material I was skeptical but I haven't found anything yet it won't cut. This week I ran some heavy plastic through it and here's the result. I used the Top Note die to make this little see acylic type album! I had so much fun doing it. I also used the Rock Star card elements kit which will be on sale for World Card Making day and a couple of different sheets of rubons. I had some pictures laying around from when I took my grandson Miguel to the zoo for his birthday. This book contains my favorite shots of him from that day. You can really see his personality in this book. It's one I will treasure for a long time. All products from Stampin' Up! except the plastic material and the binder rings!

Stamp set: None

Papers: All papers were in the Rock Star Card elements kit

Accessories: A Perfect Day rubons, dimensionals, bashful blue striped grograin, bashful blue stitched grosgrain, pumpkin pie grosgrain, old olive grosgrain, night of navy grosgrain
Tonight I have a class and then tomorrow I start preparing to my club meetings next weekend! I'm so excited for clubs to start up again. It feels like it's been forever since I've seen all "the girls". Can't wait! Have a great weekend everyone!

2 comments:

Linda Grames said...

What an adorable book! It has given me so many ideas. You are very talented. I'd like to try something like this for my scrapbooking class. Where did you get the sheets of plastic? TFS!!

Rhonda Langley said...

This is great!! I love mini scrapbooks and the clear plastic is such a great idea!