Saturday, October 23, 2010

Full Moon Broom Rides Chipboard Book Tutorial by Kris Dickinson

I hope everyone is having a wonderful October. For my second tutorial this month, I've chosen to create a vintage Halloween chipboard book.

Supplies:
5” x 5” Spiral Chipboard Book
Vintage Halloween Paper
Vintage Halloween Images
Halloween German Scrap
Assorted Ribbon, Lace and Tinsel
Silver Halloween Charms
Bat Punch/Black Cardstock
Spray Adhesive/Glue Stick
Stazon Black Stamp Pad
Spider Web Stamp

Step 1: Attach and trim vintage Halloween paper to front and back cover, trim.

Step 2: Tear and add orange paper. Trim and attach large witch image.
Step 3: Add vintage Halloween images and stamp spider web with black Stazon ink.
Step 4: Stamp spider web with black Stazon ink to back cover and add vintage Halloween images and spider web German scrap.

Step 5: Punch black bats from black cardstock and add to front and back covers. Add orange German Scrap trim to edges.


Step 6: Add assorted black, orange, cream and silver ribbon, lace and tinsel to spiral binding, trim.

Step 7: Attach silver Halloween charms with silver cord and you are finished! These are wonderful little books to give as a Halloween treat. For information on where to get the supplies you can contact me directly at: jeffandkris92@msn.com

I hope you've enjoyed this tutorial. Have a very Happy Halloween! ~Kris

13 comments:

  1. wonderfully spooky tutorial Kris, those trims look delish, love your vintage images.
    hugs from Daniele

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  2. oh this is just pure eye candy hun just adore the papers you have used,just brilliant,hugs cheryl xxxxx

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  3. This is fantastic, Kris - thanks for sharing!

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  4. Awesome book Kris!!! great tutorial!

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  5. Delightful, what a gorgeous present

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  6. Just fabulous work!!!
    thank you!!!

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  7. Awesome!!! It looks so easy, and your ideas are fabulous!

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  8. I love this! Thank you for showing us how easy it is to create. Happy Haunting...

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  9. Kris, you have saved me! I am making 24 book pages for a swap, and I had reached a wall after about 8! Thanks so much for the inspiration - these pages are marvelous, and I am so grateful for the insight as to how you go about the process of creating a page (actually, I've always marveled at your ATCs and how you put them together, so this is great for that, too!). Thanks so much for sharing with us!

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  10. This is soooo awesome Kris!! Love your book and tutorial!! Thanks a million, it's pure inspiration :)

    Hugs and applause,
    Linda

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  11. Love love love this...and all your work. Signed, your fan jules

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Thanks for your wonderful words!

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