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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Note Pad Using Hey Chick Stamp Set and Fruit Salad Designer Series Paper

I had a fun time creating this note pad using the Hey, Chick stamp set and Petite Petals.  Here are the instructions and products used for this project.


Stamp Set:  Hey Chick, 143328 and Petite Petals 133155
Ink:  Basic Black, Flirty Flamingo
Tools:  Stampin Write Markers – colors of your choice, glue dots, dimensionals, Big Shot
Framelits:  Stitched circle framelits (2 largest ones)
Punches:  1” Square punch, Petite Petals
Embellishments:  Linen Thread, Buttons of your choice, Wink of Stella
Extras: 5 x 8 Junior Legal Pad

Cardstock:  
Cucumber Crush cut 8 ½ x 10 ¾, scored at 5 ¼ and 5 ½
Fruit Salad Designer Series Paper, cut 5 x 8 ¼
Fruit Salad Designer Series Paper, cut 3 x ¾ (2 pieces to create banners)
Fruit Salad Designer Series Paper, cut 2 x 5, scored 7/8, 1 1/8 for spine
Pear Pizzazz 3 x ¾ for banner
Flirty Flamingo scrap
Cucumber Crush cut 3 ½ x 3 ½ for stitched circle (largest size)
Whisper White, cut 3 x 3 for stamping

Directions:
Stamp the chick using Basic Black

Stamp two flowers of your choice from the Petite Petals stamp set using Flirty Flamingo
Punch out flowers.  Create a bow with the Linen Thread on both buttons.

Stamp the sentiment on the Pear Pizzazz and create a banner using the 1” square punch.
Create banners from the other two strips of the  DSP using 1” square punch or scissors.

Attach spine to junior legal pad.
Attach legal pad to Cucumber Crush base (fold your score marks first).  ¼” border along top, right, and bottom of pad.
Color the chick with markers of your choice

Use Big Shot and Stitched Circle framelits; smaller one for chick and larger one for Cucumber Crush.  Use Magnetic Platform.

Adhere large piece of DSP to front cover of notebook.
Adhere the three banners to the front.
Adhere the stamped chick to the Cucumber Crush circle

Add five dimensionals to the back side of the circle and attach to front of notebook covering up the ends of the 3 banners.
Use glue dot to attach button to the chick.
Use glue dot to attach flower to inside of your notebook onto the spine.
Stamp backside of notebook if you wish.
Color tail and hair with the Wink of Stella.  Be careful not to squeeze the tube too hard





Karen McNall
Karen McNall

My name is Karen McNall, and I am a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. Inspired By Gram was created after my grandmother. She taught me many crafting skills over the years and I enjoy being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator teaching and sharing the art of rubber stamping and papercrafting.

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