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Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Lemon Zest Art Notebook

Lemon Zest Art Notebook








Hello wonderful world! I picked lemon font colour to match the stamp set but perhaps it is too bright to see?? Let me know in the comments. 

Today's project has a matching YouTube video. Here is the ink for that - https://youtu.be/LTV3ANOj2TE

Here are the measurements for the cardstock layers - 

  • Rich Razzleberry Base - 4 inch x 5 13/16 inch that's 10.2cm x 14.8cm (you need 2 of these)
  • Stamping whisper white layer - 3.75 inches x 5.5 inches that's 9.5cm x 14cm

I then added a swirl from the swirly scribbles thilits set, 2 pansy punch flowers and 2 lemons and eaves from the lemon punch. 

I added some rhinestones and perfect accent white dots as well as popping up the punched elements onto dimensionals. 

My sentiments are from the lemon zest stamp set and I used one of the leaves to make a border around my white layer. 

The glimmer paper is retired now but I have linked below some alternative options.

Here are the sketchbooks I use.
If you are international I am sure you can google search and find something similar. 

Here are the products I used - 

Product List
Lemon Zest Clear-Mount Bundle
£30.50
Clear Block Bundle
£65.25
Stampin' Trimmer
£27.00
Liquid Multipurpose Glue
£3.75
Stampin' Dimensionals
£3.75
Fine-Tip Glue Pen
£6.25
Peekaboo Peach Classic Stampin' Pad
£6.00
Daffodil Delight Classic Stampin' Pad
£6.00
Rich Razzlebberry Classic Stampin' Pad
£6.00
Stampin' Scrub
£15.50
Stampin' Mist
£4.00
Paper Snips Scissors
£9.00
Bone Folder
£6.25
Glue Dots
£4.75
Swirly Scribbles Thinlits Dies
£24.00
Rhinestone Basic Jewels
£4.50
White Perfect Accents
£4.50
Silver Glimmer Paper
£4.50
Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper
£4.50
I really hope you like this project. I think I will buy a few and make some xmas presents for my arty/crafty friends and family. They are so cheap but once decorated look wonderful with great quality mixed media paper inside. 

The A6 version fits in your handbag so you could take that, watercolour pencils, blender pens, aqua painters and pop them into an empty wood mount case and there is a wonderful watercolour gift set or kit to pop in your handbag and use whilst waiting for things. 

Lots of love 
C
xoxo

Here are my links -