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1. Update my goals for 2016 in January of 2016 :)
2. Maximize my crafting time!
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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Master Crafter Entry ~ Rock Star Mini Album


I created two projects and had my followers vote on their favorite.  My mini album won the most votes!  Thank you so much to my followers, facebook friends and email scrapbooker group for sharing your opinion with me!!!

Here are the supplies I received in my box.  

I used the Scissor Mouse to cut apart my water color paper that I used for my book pages.

This thing is slick!!!  I was surprised at how easy it was to use and I did not need a cutting mat!!


I used Lacy Labels for the shape of my pages.  I sized the page to 6.40 width x 3.89 height.

I went to Rock Princess for my titles and fun die shapes.  I used the size of my pages (on another Layer) to help me size the phrases and cuts.  They range in size from 1.27 inches to 2.06 inches.

I used gold paper from my stash and the rest of the paper came from my DWCV mini stack.

I sized and layered the star over the edge of the shape of my page and cut it out.

More cuts from Rock Princess.
I cut the cloth bag into strips and stamped "destiny" on it to create a ribbon.  I also used the drawstring tie from the bag to tie on my rings.


The big purple button did not match my color scheme, so I covered it with scrapbook paper and added a tiny butterfly on top from a Martha Stewart punch.

I added the green bling to the little crown.

I used Rock Princess to cut out some phrases and fun "rock star" shapes.

I cut out a partial star to create a page within the album.

I tied a strip of the cloth bag and glued it to the microphone.



Here is the back.  I just love the guitar paper!!
If you like what you see, please vote for me HERE starting on Sunday!  My entry is #20!

If you want to see my other project using these supplies, it is HERE.


21 comments:

Sonia said...

Hi Fabby mini album. Great JOB!
-Sony
sonia-studio60.blogspot.com

Cindy@ Scrap-obsessed.blogspot.com said...

Cute mini. That scissor mouse looks quite interesting too. With Christmas wrapping coming up I may have to look into that.

Jessica S said...

Love this Lori. You really rocked that paper stack! Great job on the shaped mini and thanks for the tips.
:O)
Jessica S

Pink Cricut said...

Lori, this is so awesome! Love the shape of the mini!

Margaret said...

Cute mini!! Good luck!!

noelle herzig said...

Very cute mini! Wonderful choice for the shape!

CraftyGirl said...

Love this!! You did an amazing job with your mini!! Love the way you positioned the guitar on the front! I already voted for you! Good luck!

Barb :)

ScrappinAnn said...

Your mini is so cute! I especially like that back page with the guitar. great job!

Colleen said...

Fun mini album. I know a preteen that would love something like that.

Lisa said...

Very cute mini. I was going to go vote but see you already won. Congratulations ;)

Lori Apgar said...

Thanks!!

Lori Apgar said...

Thanks!! The scissor mouse will work great with wrapping paper!

Lori Apgar said...

Thanks!!!

Lori Apgar said...

You can vote through the 11 th. Thanks!!

Lori Apgar said...

Thanks!! I think my niece will love this!

Lori Apgar said...

Thanks!!!

Lori Apgar said...

Thanks Barb!!

Lori Apgar said...

Thanks!!

Lori Apgar said...

Thanks!!

Lori Apgar said...

Thanks Sarah!! Had so much fun making it!!!

State Line Bag Company said...

Thanks for participating in the Master Crafter Challenge! A link to your project will be in the State Line Bag photo album on Facebook.
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