3-d Book Box with Matching Mini Album

Hi Everyone 

This is a fun project I created for the the WE R Memory Keepers Facebook page  - be sure to scroll down to see all the little details. Please note that the giveaway previously detailed on this post has now closed  - the winner can be seen here.

Book Cover with Matching Album

This project was really fun to make - my middle son starts school on October 15, so I am looking forward to completing this project later in the year




This book cover was created using this cutting file from Lori Whitlock and I created the album from kraft cardstock as a base using the technique shown in this tutorial. (Note: Each page measures 11.5" wide x 3 3/4" tall before folding)


The album measures 5 3/4" x 3 3/4" so it fits neatly inside the 6" x 4" box within the folder

Each page has a photo placeholder ready for me to complete later in the year.

All the Details!
  1. These wooden alphas from Pink Paislee have been painted then embossed with the small WE R Memory Keepers book stamp. The embossing gives great dimension and breaks up the color too
  2. I used the tiny pencil stamp to add some details to the bottom of some of the photo placeholders
  3. It's easy to create a layered look by tucking some elements behind others to make them fit!
  4. I cut down this sticker to create a bookplate for the spine
  5. Once again - I have cut-down a die-cut element so it is more relevant and fits the space I had for the sentiment.
Please leave a comment or email me with any questions
Lowri :-)

I am linking this project up to these websites
here.

Echo Park Photo Freedom & Blog Hop Winner

Hi Everyone

Today I am showcasing some of the fabulous new products you can expect to see from Echo Park in the next few weeks. Don't forget to scroll down too to see if you won the collection pack from last week's blog-hop. You can see who won on the Echo Park blog here.

Echo Park Photo Freedom
NEW from Echo Park and coming soon is Photo Freedom. You can learn more about it on the Echo Park website here - but below is a quick glimpse into the first collections that will be available. The elements on the papers are sized to fit perfectly into the photo sleeves. There is great variety of photo-sleeves available making it really easy to construct a quick album.

Dear Santa and Happy Little Moments


Today's Story and Photo Sleeves



Echo Park Winner
Last week you had the chance to win an Echo Park Collection Pack by commenting on my Echo Park Blog Hop Post. Make sure to become a follower of my Facebook Page so you can find out when the next one is!

The winner of the Echo Park Collection Kit of their choosing is Kelly:


Kelly - please email me here to find out how you can claim your prize.

Please leave a comment or email me with any questions
Lowri :-)
I am linking this project up to these websites here.



  

Mason Jar Cards & Treat Box (Echo Park)

Hi Everyone
 
Please note that the Blog Hop and competitions previously detailed on this post have now closed. You can see who won the Echo Park giveaway on their blog here. You can see who won my giveaway here. I encourage you to visit all the fabulous blogs that were on the hop - there is a list at the end of this post!

Mason Jar Cards
These simple notecards were created using the Homemade Mini Theme which has some gorgeous retro colors and styling.


Using
this file from Lori Whitlock as a starting point, I created the card bases from plain cardstock and used elements from the collection to decorate.


Some bakers twine adds a little extra touch of dimension and mounting some element on 3-d tape will add some layering detail too.



Don't forget to check out the Echo Park Paper Projects page to download FREE instructions for this Homemade Treat Box as well as heaps of other fun projects!


Here is a list of blogs that were on the hop:

Echo Park Paper: http://www.echoparkpaper.typepad.com/
Tamara Tripodi: http://happylifecraftywife.com/
Linda Auclair: http://elendae.wordpress.com/
Susan Stringfellow: http://creativelysavvy.blogspot.com/
Nancy Damiano: http://www.thepaperorchard.blogspot.com/
Wendy Sue Anderson: http://www.wendysueanderson.blogspot.com/
Lowri McNabb: http://www.papervinenz.com/ = YOU ARE HERE
Davinie Fiero: http://davinie.blogspot.com/

Please leave a comment or email me with any questions
Lowri :-)
I am linking this project up to these websites here.


Halloween Party Ideas - Economical and FUN!

Hi Everyone

A few more of my ideas from last Halloween to share today - and soon I will be able to show you some of the projects I have created for Echo Park with their latest Halloween Collection - Chillingsworth Manor.

These fun ideas are simple, fun, cheap and EASY! You can see the original post with heaps more pictures and detailed information by clicking on the title of each project.


Instant Halloween Platters



Glass Decorations


 

Straw Toppers



Candy Jars




Other Ideas


  1. Halloween Favors
  2. Halloween Card
  3. Batty Treat Bags
  4. Spooky Tree

Edible Treats



  1. Custom Colored Candy
  2. Halloween Bark
 
 
Please leave a comment or email me with any questions
Lowri :-)
I am linking this project up to these websites here.

 

"Homemade" Box (Echo Park) and PaperHaus Winner!

Hi Everyone

I have another project available for FREE download on the Echo Park website here. I have also announced the winner of the PaperHaus Launch Giveaway - check to see if YOU won the big prize!

Homemade Treat Box
This treat-box using the Homemade Collection is a perfect way to give a homemade gift. Fill it with fudge or baked cookies - great for a housewarming or hostess gift!


To see the instructions you will need to go to the Echo Park e-commerce site here. This project (and many others) are FREE to download - though you will have to register first - but that only takes a sec. Click here to be taken to the download site.

PaperHaus Winner

The winner of the Paperhaus prize shown below is... HawaiianLibrarian - please email me here to claim your prize.
Be sure to check all of the other blogs you may have commented on too - there is a list here and I see some familiar names!

Please post a comment with any questions - Lowri :-)
I am linking up this post to these websites here.

Paperhaus Magazine Launch & Craftwell Winner

Hi Everyone

You can read the first issue of Paperhaus Magazine here!!


Follow Paperhaus on Facebook here and follow Paperhaus Online here

Craftwell Winner

I will be announcing the winner of the BIG Paperhaus Launch prize tomorrow - but the winner of my Craftwell Hop prize is... Gloria


Please email me with any questions - Lowri :-)
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