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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Shot Book


I recently turned 21.

Well, 21 times 2 plus 3!!

My friend Kylie has a friend who is turning 21 in August and asked for my help making her Shot Book.  Silly me, I thought she meant an immunization book or even a photo shot book at first.

When she told me about all the shots and activities they had planned and wanted scrapbook pages made - I was like YES that sounds like fun!!!  Then I felt a little tipsy just thinking about all that alcohol!!

I designed and cut out the paper and vinyl, but Kylie put everything on paper (including the gems and stickles) except for the vinyl on the cover.  I have Kylie's permission to put the pages we designed and made on my blog.

I used my Gypsy, Cricut and my Cameo!



The fireball is from the Silhouette store and is a baseball with flames.  We deleted the "laces" layer.

The font is Hannah Montana for all pages unless noted.


The hand came from A Child's Year.  I did a search on Pinterest for Spanking looking for an image of a hand to trace.....found a lot of interesting images but none were appropriate!!!


Scooby Snack was fun!  The bone is from  A Child's Year and the peace signs are from Disney/Pixar Cars.  Loved the bright colors - our inspiration was the Mystery Machine!


Kylie put individual gems on the letters!!


The lips are from Tags, Bags, Boxes and More 2.  There is a giant set of lips under the photos.  Kylie pop-dotted the smaller lips around the page.


This page was challenging.  This is the page where she will take a picture with the bouncer and her ID.  We searched for a body-builder image to represent the bouncer with no luck.  

We created a Security shirt instead - totally Kylie's idea.  We used Impact font (with the Cameo) and the shirt from the Silhouette store.  The drivers license is from Locker Talk.  


The bomb came from Indie Art (the third time I have ever used this cartridge). 


The beer mug is from the Silhouette Store.  I embossed the foam!!  The font is Blackletter.


I welded a border with a camera image from Makin' the Grade.  The cursive font is from Quarter Note.


This font is Liquidism from dafont.com and cut with my cameo.  The shot glass was purchased from the Silhouette Store.


I used vinyl to decorate the cover of the album.  The font I used is from Art Philosophy.


On each page
The F: stands for FROM
The T: stand for TIME
and the X: is for Dana's signature

Kylie created half of the album.  Dana's sister made the other 10 pages.  I am happy to hear Dana's mom will be the designated driver!!  I sure hope it is a birthday to remember!!!

My sister-in-law is turning 40 next month....I told her I would make her a Shot Book.  She politely declined, especially after I suggested 40 shots for 40 years.  Clearly I am not a drinker!!!!








5 comments:

Avril Ann said...

Lori this is fabulous hun, such a fabulous project, and you are a "spring chicken" xxx

Maria Matter said...

never heard of a shot book before either Lori! thanks for enlightening us! :)
you did a fabulous job!!

Brenda said...

This is a cute and fun album Lori! I had to laugh when you said about a shot book being an immunization thing or a portfolio book of pics cause that is what I thought at first too!! I guess we are showing our age!!! lol Great job on the album!

Lori Comeau said...

You can count me in with the group that has never heard of a "Shot Book", but I think it's a really neat idea. You did a great job!
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Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What a great little book! Love it. Thanks for sharing.