So got the BoBunny Zip A Dee Doodle Paper collection and decided what ones to use and found I needed a sheet of each. I used the black chipboard Tall Album and it went well together.
I used the acetate as the front page with chipboard pieces from the collection. I then layered it over a page and left it relatively blank for the youngster to do their own front design. I added a little chipboard bow at the top just as a wee note. I accidentally punch a hole in the wrong side oopsy but you could add a charm, ribbons etc whatever the youngster wants.
I have a lovely die called Lifestyle Crafts Pocket Die Set, loving the look of it, took two diecuts and used them to make a pocket. As it is an intricate front I put some cardstock behind so you can easily take the tag in and out. A chipboard tag was added to the front as a closure.
I love the shadow box that Debi Schnabel put up and was used as a challenge on Scrapadabadoo Crafts, and it fit nicely on one of the sides, I used an A4 sheet and the scoring was perfectly aligned with any size of paper, yippee, can make any size shadow box now. I had some Tim Holtz sticky tissue paper roll in the back of my desk so decided to use that which can be colour that in as well.
I so love the LIfestyle Crafts Treat Pocket Die and use it everywhere I can lol.
Put a chipboard arrow on top of tag just for a pop of colour.
Two envelopes 4 1/2” x 4 1/2”, you gotta love that envelope board
makes the envelopes to fit your work. I don’t need to have a ton of envelopes just in case now.
I used the top flap cut down to use as a hinge for them, enables the young un to access the patterned paper for colouring.
This one used the Cottage Cutz Large Confectionery Bag
(aside hmmm need to get the other two – ooooh Carol lol)
Two on top, two on bottom, hinged to flip open sideways right and left.
A circular paperclip to keep them closed.
Er did I mention this is for a young un, hmmm well adults can colour in too it is very soporific.
Have fun making it, I did.