Friday, July 16, 2010

VC Rocks Blog Hop

Once again, I am excited to be a part of another VC Rocks blog hop!  You may have arrived from Kim Frank Abbot's  site, if you lose your place along the way you can always return to the Top of the Hop .  

Coaster Frame and Accessories 

You will need:
2 - 4 inch square chipboard coasters
2 - 1 inch binder rings
In a Word and Friends Never Fade stamp sets
Chocolate Chip classic ink
Pear Pizazz, Daffodil Delight and Pumpkin Pie markers
Greenhouse Gala Designer Series paper
Pumpkin Pie, Chocolate Chip, Daffodil Delight and Whisper White card stock
spiral punch
cropodile
photo corners punch
boho blossoms punch
silver brad
dimensional
snail adhesive
scissors
photo

First, cut two pieces of Designer Series paper 4 inches x 4 inches and adhere to chipboard with snail adhesive.  Round corners with a scissors.

Then, line up the chipboard pieces and using the cropodile, make two holes 3/4 inch from the top and bottom and 1/4 inch from the outside for the binder rings.

Cut a piece of Whisper White card stock 2 1/4 x 2, a piece of Pumpkin Pie card stock 2 1/2 x 2 1/4, and a piece of Chocolate Chip 3 x 3.  Using the spiral punch, punch one side of the Chocolate chip card stock.

Stamp the "marvelous" on the Whisper White using Chocolate Chip classic ink.  Then, take your markers and add ink to the flower and stamp over the "marvelous" on the same piece.  Attach to the Pumpkin Pie and then to the Chocolate Chip card stock.  Adhere to one of the chipboard pieces at an angle.

Punch flowers using the Boho Blossoms punch in Pumpkin Pie and Daffodil Delight and layer.  Add a silver brad to the middle, place dimensional on the back and add to the chipboard. 

Cut a photo 3 1/4 x 3 1/2 and add to the other piece of chipboard.  Punch photo corners out of a piece of Pumpkin Pie card stock and add to photo. 

Put the binder rings in the holds to put the two coaster pieces together to complete your project.

And you can make a matching card if you want to use it as a little gift.

and another matching gift item...  This is made with roof flashing and the two items on the left side are magnets, it is hard to tell, but I punched a circle of the same Designer Series paper and adhered it to the glass with crystal effects before I added the magnet to the back of it..
Next stop on the hop is Brenda Hugar, thanks for stopping and enjoy the rest of the Hop!

13 comments:

Carey said...

Yeah. I get to be the first person to comment. I love the idea on all of these projects. The little girl is just darling. Thanks for the inspiration and the instructions.

Carey Rogers
aka Roscoe's mommy

A Touch of SOL said...

BEAUTIFUL! This DSP is GORGEOUS! Love the magnetic board...
Marisol Gutierrez
A Touch of SOL

StamperShirley said...

I have not made these coaster frames (or books) for a few years - they are always a great idea for gifts ... gotta get busy now! Thanx for sharing all your creations!

Holly / InkPaperStamps said...

oh, these would make great stocking stuffers! Love how your punch art flower embellie picks up the feel of the stamp set you featured--so pretty. . . . and your model is absolutely adorable!

Jackie L Watson said...

Wow, you have been busy. What great projects, your model is adorable. Love all the projects especially the use of roof flashing and magnets. Thanks for sharing.

Veronica said...

What wonderful projects! As Holly said, perfect stocking stuffers. And I love the colors you used. Thanks so much for the instructions!

Brandy said...

Oh man, I've got to have that paper and the stamp set. I keep looking at it but I think I'm going to need it! Thanks for the projects, they're great!

Brenda said...

Love your card and projects. That roof flashing is a winner! The DSP is fantastic and I love how you used it on all three projects. TFS

PocketsOfInspiration said...

WOW Kris! You've really outdone yourself. Amazing projects.

Carolyn Sharkas said...

Gorgeous projects, Kris! Thanks so much for sharing. You do amazing work.

Patrice Herrera said...

These projects are so dare cute. I really, really like this new designer paper. It makes me happy!

Sue said...

These projects are great! Good idea for little gifts! TFS!

mmwilken said...

What a great gift assortment!! Thank you so much for the ideas and instructions! You rock!!

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