Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Sin City Stamps Design Team Blog Going Crazy For Girls Autograph Book

HI All Lisa here


My daughter was going to a large concert in our area called Van's Warp Tour
we were going to getting lots of autographs so I wanted to do something special for her.

Below is the step by step and list of products used.  The new Sin City Stamps Chipboard Pieces the new girl line is so cute…

I put the book together with an old Chipboard Album I had - I don't have any of the details I guess I took it out of the packaging years ago and it was just sitting in a box.  I adhered different scrapbooking paper to the inside pages. I put some printed burlap on the cover and then I ripped up some handmade paper to the front and started to play with my Lindy Stamp Gang sprays…  this is where I was before I really got creative.


While I like the color…. of course it didn't look good - and then my box arrived from Sin City stamps  I pulled out these new Chipboard girls and BOOM… And Idea - Nicole with going for 4 other girls so this cover was perfect.

Here's a peak of the few pages on the inside of the book


So each page we had the bands sign and I had a Instant Photo Camera Fuji I used this to take the photos of the bands signing the book - or of her and them - and on 1 side has the photos and the other would be the autograph.


Pulled out my Stencils from Sin City Stamps (See below for details) - and Light Modeling paste.


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Then while the book was drying I pulled out the Chipboard Girls and my Lindy's Stamp Gang sprays with a paint brush and just started painting the girls.



Once the girls were done and drying - I took to my Lindy's Stamp Gangs and prayed the cover - lots of different color just spray until you get the look you like.


I then took Aleene's Tacky Glue and attached them onto the book.  


I also filled in some spots with Black Paint - as well as around the edges.


Some close up photos





Thank you for checking the blog out 

List of Supplies
Chipboard Album
Lindy Stamp Gang Sprays


Sin City Stamps





Here's some fun photos from the concert… I tried to get the book now that it has all the instant photos with autograph but my daughter is too busy at looking that the memories to release it back to me.











9 comments:

  1. WOW! What an amazing experience she had!! Awesome! Your autograph book just added to the awesomeness!! Wonderful work!
    xxDaniella

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  2. Your book is amazing.. I love all the detais.. I have to have that clock stencil.. this is the second time in two days I saw it used and I LOVE IT.. great book and lots of great memories..
    Laura D>

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  3. that book is amazing!! I love the way you layer the components and bring them all together in the end. Hope to see more of your work in the future :-)

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  4. Awesome ideas and great project! I love the colors and those chipboard girls rock!

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  5. So, so , so awesome Lisa!! Always a fan of your work!! I am in love with these chipboard pieces!! They are great.. Love how you incorporate LSG and use them as well!! Thank you for the step by step!!

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  6. This is super fun and the story behind the album is even more fun! Great job! You made an awesome job and this will certainly keep those memories intact for a long time!

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  7. Love it! This is so fun and creative!

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  8. Fabulous book, and the idea for holding autographs is even more special. The chipboard girls looks awesome on the front cover, as do the stenciled images. Good job!!

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Thank you!