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08 December 2012 - 08:16 PMHey all,
Wife is enjoying the crafts so we ended up making (2) more of those Birthday Calander boards from my previous post for my daughter as a Chinese Gift Exchange for Christmas.
Well today, we decided to continue and I made a layout in photoshop, printed on glossy photo paper, glued to a ceramic tile and going to cover with a coat of modge podge.
See what you think, it turned out so well we are going to gift everyone (around 20 or so) for christmas, there so cheap and look good I think they all will appreciate them.
Summary of Materials were something like :
6" x 6" Ceramic Tile (.47 cents)
Photo Paper (.50 cents a sheet)
Ink for Printer (Not sure but you know the drill on that one)
Photoshop Design time (WAAAAYYY Underpaid... />
Total cost is like $2.50 cents or something like that I would suspect.
Merry Christmas to you all and have fun Scrappin!
Still early enough for anyone that wants to bang something like this out for Christmas. (P.S. PM me if you want the file i'm sure I can make it accesible if you would rather not design from scratch)
02 December 2012 - 10:15 PMHey All,
My wife and I were working on a Christmas Birthdays wall setup similar to what you see on Pintrest. We said we wanted to do one for my Dad all year long so today we broke out the Cricut and scrapbook bin and got at it. <lol>
After an entire day (small town didn't have everything we needed so too much running around) we have it done.
Check it out I think you will like it.
Some the work we did was :
- Regular 36" header board from walmart ($10)
- Paint for FAMILY letters ($4)
- FAMILY letters ($7 for all)
- Ribbon to attach the name plates ($3)
- Scrap Book Paper I already had
- Cricut I already had to cut the shapes for name plates
- Cut a demo sheet, scanned to the computer in photoshop and then created the Names, Birthdays and Stars on each, printed, and then cut on the cricut
- Hole Punch and push buttons to attach name plates ($8)
That was pretty much it, I had to buy more than your average scrapper but now it stays in the tickle trunk.
Hope you like it, comments welcomed as always.
18 November 2012 - 05:00 PMHey Everyone... LONG time since I've been around but still pop in and follow emails regularly. Hope you all are doing well.
I'm throwing together a 24"x36" print for Christmas to give to my Wife for the hallway or something like that and came up with this so far.
Could you please comment and suggest ways I could make it better or am I on the right track.
I'm kind of making a photo print more than a scrap page but was wondering if I should do more or less scrap concepts, or in this case maybe less is more.
One thing I would like to incorporate is maybe some page curls and effects like that.