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Which is the best blinding for my scrapbook album - basics

When you going to make a scrapbook album first you need to select the kind of structure, I know everybody knows it, but not that all! that's the reason I'm going to share the kind of structure that you need (the photos in the plications there are not mine, but you can find more information below in the photo).

Accordion,
This structure is very simple only you need to attach one page in the front cover and the last to de back cover, the pages are folded like zigzag but when do I use? normally use for a simple album, only photos, and any structure.

Stack the Deck,
For this blinding you need to stack the structure in U shapes, you start from the center and add more pages in pairs, you stack another base with at least 1/2in. of each other. This blinding is not too strong and you need to paste each page to the cardstock to each side of the U shape as you can see in the photo from Laura Denison Design



Spine Blinding, This is the most common, blinding and is strong, to hold several page…

Lawn Fawn Challenge # 35


Lawn Fawn challenge 35


Today I decide to participate in this challenge, is very fun when you have a specific topic to make a card, this time is Coffe, Tea, and Treats, yay! I love all of them, especially coffee.
Let's start with the list of things that you will need it. From Lawn Fawn, Sweet Friends stamp and die set, Treat yourself stamp for the sentiment, Stitched hillside border, Slide an over, Large stitched rectangle die,  Premium dye ink - Butter, Mini Gluedots, Distress Oxide Ink - Peacock Feathers, and cardstock in two different shades of mint, and my new collection of Faber-Castel Goldfaber Aqua.

Lawn Fawn challenge 35

First I stamped the different treats, of the stamp set with the Premium dye ink - Butter, because I want to make no-line color technique, and coloring with the watercolor pencils, mainly I use the browns and pinks colors. and give some highligths with gelly white pen

Lawn Fawn challenge 35

First I stamped the different treats, of the stamp set with the Premium dye ink - Butter, because I want to make no-line color technique, and coloring with the watercolor pencils, mainly I use the browns and pinks colors and give some highlights with gelly white pen. Then I die-cutting all of them included the extra stamp for the legs and arms that you need to stamp and die-cutting.
Lawn Fawn challenge 35

For the background, for the slide card, I need to die-cutting all the pieces using the hillside border, then I use the slide die aligned to the hillside.
Is essential to adhere the bottom part first because you need to die-cut the slider, and save the part that you cut it because you need to stick to the card base to cover the blank space.
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To build the slide mechanism, I use the slider element from My Favorite Things, you just need to stick with mini StickDots to piece of the same paper, slightly bigger than the track and then you can put face down in the meantime you put some foam mounting double side to the card, saving the tracks. 
Lawn Fawn challenge 35

Then you can pull all together including the treats, stamp the sentiment, to give the extra detail I blend some color at the top with Distress Oxide ink peacock feathers, and it's ready.
Have a great day.

Lawn Fawn challenge 35







I hope try this technique and share your comments, thank you for stopping by in my blog. Until the next time.

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