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February 8, 2011

That's The Ticket - Mini Album of Love


Hi ya everyone!  This is Melissa from MelissaMade and this is my first time posting here at The Bug Bytes!  Thank you so much Pam for letting me share with everyone today on your wonderful blog!  
Today, I want to share a little mini album with little tickets that I made for my husband for Valentine's Day!  This was inspired by Donna Mundinger's mini album found here.  Donna's is gorgeous - I wanted something a bit less fancy since my this is for my hubs and he's a pretty simple guy!  
Here is how I did it!
First, I started with five sheets of white paper sized at 5 1/2 inch x 4 1/4 inch. 
Next, I took my roller, a Cuttlebug Heart embossing folder and my Tim Holtz Brick Red Ink.
Roll the roller right through the ink as shown.
Roll the inked roller on one side of the embossing folder.
Make sure you cover one entire side of the embossing folder.
Next, place your sheet of paper cut at 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 inch in your inked embossing folder on the opposite side if the ink.
I used my A plate and two B plates and placed the folder between the A and B plates and ran these through my Cuddlebug.
This is my final sheet after inking and running through the CuddleBug - I did five just like this.
I took five empty roles of toilet paper and flattened them in a book prior to starting this project.  I wrapped each toilet paper role in the embossed paper by adhering with my ATG gun as shown.


Again, I repeated this five times to cover each toilet paper roll.
Next, I got my Gypsy and cut tags that would fit in these roles. 
I cut two tags for each roll for a total of 10 tags - I did this to have very sturdy tags.  Next, I embossed one side with my Divine Swirls folder and attached the two with my ATG gun.
I added a bit of silky red ribbon to each edge of the pocket.
Next, I computer generated a number of things I wanted to do for my husband for Valentine's Day.  Each one of these was going to be placed on a ticket and slipped into the little holder.  I then used my oval Nestable to cut out the sentiments.
First, I taped down the nestable so that the sentiment was centered in the nestable.  Then I placed my A and C plate in my Cuddlebug.  I placed my nestable taped to my sentiment upside down so the cutting side was up.  I placed my B plate on top and ran through my CuddleBug.
Next, I embossed the edge of the oval nestable.  I left the cut piece in the oval flipped upside down.  I placed a rubber embossing mat on top.
Next, I placed three thick pieces of card stock and a B plate and again ran through my Cuddlebug.
See the gorgeous edge my nestable creates.  I love this look!
I took my Red Brick Tim Holtz ink again and inked the outside edge of each oval by working in a circular motion starting a my craft mat (wax paper) and slowly working into the tag.
Once my sentiments were inked and my tags prepared I glued the sentiments to the tags.

Then I finished the tags with a red silky ribbon.
I used my Cropodile to punch a hole through all five corners and looped a ring through.
Finally, I finished using my silky red ribbon and a sheer white ribbon.
I hope you enjoyed my project. Please check out my blog at MelissaMade to see more fun projects!  Thanks Pam for allowing me to share today!

9 comments :

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Melissa this is an adorable mini album that I am sure hubby will love! Love the inking on the folder and the great embossing on the project. Great tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

Beatriz Farquhar-Guzman said...

Adorable!111 Love it, very nice.

Pam aka TheBugBytes said...

Oh really this is simple? Girl what this is - is Gorgeous!
Love love how it fits masculine which is a very hard thing to pull off . Love it!
Did I say Love it? Love it

Sandiecris said...

so cute love it

Luvy said...

Love it! Looks like something I might be able to duplicate ... thanks!

Wende said...

Love this. Thanks for sharing. Definitely gonna try this.

Karen said...

These are so cute! I love this idea and can think of many uses! Thanks for sharing.

Denine said...

OH... I Love it!!! I can never remember how to layer the darn plates... thank you so much!!! I am bookmarking this!
I love your mini... so awesome. So cute and creative.
You Rock!!

TR said...

This is fabulous!
I can see it being used for a LOT of things!


TR

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