This week I'm all over the place with various projects. Thought I'd share some ideas with you.
I started a mini book using Graphic 45 papers and some die cuts from Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts and Alpha Stamps.
I painted the border in off-white and let dry thoroughly.
After painting the Peacock Feather with Tim Holtz crayons,
I used it as a tuck behind under the flip.
Next, I started playing with the new Tracers.
Using the mid-size Envelope Tracers 1,
I created this envelope for the mini-book
I'm working on.
Below you'll find a list of all the ways to use the
- Turn the pattern to the right or left and use as side flips or pockets.
- Turn the decorative side of the pattern upwards and use as bottom flips or pockets.
- Use the smallest size for card making. At 5.5" tall, it's perfect for a layered look in cards or to use as the opening of the card.
- The photo above shows an edge tracer that is wider than the book page. Once the Edge Tracer is traced and cut, center the cut piece on the page and trim the edges. Or you could tuck those edges under the page.
- If you want to use an Edge Tracer as a flip, I would add a 1/2" to the long flat edge of the tracer, score and use that 1/2" as the attachment to the page.