Digest of August-September 2013 Projects

Today I’m going to share the projects from August and September in a quick review. They include: Cards, school timetable, ATCs, mini-album.

I will start off with some cards. The first one is a wedding day card in fuchsia color. It is decorated with hand-made flowers.

Wedding Day Card in fuchsia color

Another card is meant for a teacher. It is a back to school card in stand-up shape. I used a retro image for a centerpiece.

Back to school retro card

One more school related project is a school schedule board. For the decoration I used space theme. This board is most likely to please a boy.

School schedule board in space theme

I made a series of ATCs (Artist Trading Cards) featuring “Very Important Birds”. I was inspired by Tim Holtz style and used his distress inks, blending tools and stamps.

Artist trading cards (ATC) - Very Important Birds

Last by not least, I’ve finished a custom mini-album made to order. I used shaped chipboard for the pages and connected them with rings. It is decorated using “En Francais” collection by Prima.

Shaped mini album - Prima En Francais

Shaped mini album - Baby girl pages - Prima En Francais

Shaped mini album - Flowers and chipboard - Prima En Francais

I hope that you enjoyed this review :) Please be sure to follow my blog to receive the updates!

Irene McBeatle

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2 Thoughts on “Digest of August-September 2013 Projects

  1. Wow- that is some collection of goodness. That first pink card is probably my favorite, but don’t ask me to order the rest- they’re all fabulous. I can’t hardly wait for CC 102 to start. I’ll look forward to seeing more from you there!

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