Friday, March 15, 2013

October Afternoon's Farm Girl mini and tag

Happy Friday!  Glad its almost the weekend!  I am a single parent most of the weekend as my hubby left for the Big Ten Tournament in Chicago this morning.  Not sure what the kids and I will do but hope to get lots of scrapping done!
Today I am sharing a mini book I did for The Scrapbooking Studio design team.  I used October Afternoon's Farm Girl collection.  The book itself is the Here and Now Grow book from OA. I lightly painted it using Tim Holtz's new Distress Paint in Antique Linen.
I created this fun flower with the denim tulle trim and kraft butterfly and vintage button pins from Maya Road.  I finished with adhering a chipboard button in the center with bakers twine from Whisker Graphics.
On the inside of the front cover, I used one of the chipboard journaling spots with letter stickers from Jillibean Soup

Love the journaling cards and Tin Pins (flair) that come with the collection!  The chevron stamp is from the He Said She Said Clear Stamp set from Teresa Collins.
I used pieces from the Sew Fun Banners, as well as coordinating decorative brads and button!  Love the vintage look of this line!

Another of the journaling cards. I popped up one of the coordinating cardstock stickers. 

Here, I used the cute canning jar cardstock stickers. I popped up the middle jar and added bakers twine from Whisker Graphics. The arrow is cut from my Silhouette with kraft cardstock.  The stamped sentiment is from an Ali Edwards Technique Tuesday set. 


Also, here is a tag I created with the Farm Girl line.  I took a kraft tag from Ranger and stitched different strips of patterned paper onto it. 
I then added the chipboard mason jar and sentiment with bakers twine. 

Do any of you like to make mini books?  Thanks for stopping by..hope this gave you some inspiration to create this weekend! 


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