Monday, 19 August 2013

DT Project Pt1 by Minxy, Featuring ....

7 Dot Studio : 9th Wave Collection
Hero Arts Stencils
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Hay Snazzy Gang
Today I will be sharing the first half of my project, which is this paper case.


This is a really simple make and all you need is 1 sheet of 12x12 paper,
a scoreboard {or ruler and embossing tool} and something to cut like a paper trimmer or scissors.

Oh yeah and to watch MY VID

I used dusty concord and mowed lawn distress ink through the Hero Arts stencil.
The clasp is a Tim Holtz idea-ology piece and the ribbon is from my stash although snazzy's sell a massive range of ribbons in store.


I'll be back on thursday to share what goes in the case..
Till then stay inky


12 comments:

craftimamma said...

Lovely project Nicky and the video is great. It's very clear and easy to understand and I can't wait to see what you're going to put in the case now, lol! Love how you used the stencil.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Helen said...

It's brilliant, Nicky.

Buttons said...

Great tutorial Nicky. Love the way the case has turned out. Hugs, Jenny x

Astrid Maclean said...

Great idea, a wonderful make, you;re so clever!! Love how the stenciling adds to the look of the papers!

Redanne said...

Oh how beautiful Nicky! Love the stencilling. These will be such useful little storage boxes. Hugs, Anne x

Maryann Laursen said...

This is so cool and such a nice little box for a giftcard or something like that. I love it and the video was great too. Wonderful job, can´t wait to see, what you´ll make to go in it later???

Moonrose said...

What a gorgeous little box Nicky, I love it. xxx

Sarah Dunkley said...

Fab! xxx

Gillian .... said...

Great little tutorial Nicky, thanks for sharing,(even I can understand it lol and you know how challenged I am when it comes to scoring/measuring. Loving the pops of colour from the Distress Inks. xx

Craftychris said...

So very cool and gorgeous too! xx

butterfly said...

What a brilliant way to show off those yummy papers!
Alison x

Beryl said...

Oh that's lovely. I could just picture a row on them on one of my shelves filled with crafty stuff. Will def have a go.
Beryl xx