Welcome to this month's blog hop with The Krazy Crafting Crew!! This month we are making Tags, Bags, Boxes and whatever can be made 3D!! If you just came by to visit with me, I'm glad you're here but you'll want to check out the entire line up! I'm the starting point today, so check out my project then head to the next crew member for more 3-D inspiration!
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I made 3 different books for my project this month! Bags, Tags and more!
Here's a story-a Teacher told her class to draw a red flower with green stem.. and the class did so. One day one of the girls moved to a new school. Her teacher told the class to draw and she just sat there. The teacher asked what was the matter, and she said, "you didn't tell us what to draw." The teacher said to draw whatever she wanted. So she drew a red flower with a green stem. The moral of the story- she didn't know how to use her imagination or creativity. So I made these and didn't finish them for the program so they'd have a blank slate and could embellish them as they wanted. I had stamps, stickers, and punches, and markers so they had plenty of options.
First a book from my favorite Girl Scout Cookies- Thin Mints
I recently retired from being staff with our local Girl Scout Council, but still volunteer in various areas. I did a Book Artist Badge for the Cadette Girl Scouts and they were learning about bindings, etc. so we made 3 different books and bound them differently. First we made a book from empty cookie boxes. We're right in the middle of our sale, so plenty of boxes.. We used the gluing system, with the folds and red line tape and put sacks on each fold. We covered the sacks with pretty paper, and added flaps. The girls could then decorate as desired. I'm going to finish mine with photos my granddaughter's troop is taking to Savannah later this year.
Next we made a book out of toilet paper rolls. Yes, and they couldn't believe my book was made from those! We used three rolls, flattened them, covered in pretty paper, and the girls used my Bind It All to put the o rings in them. They loved using the tools.
They used punches and embellished them as they desired.
Finally we used those brown lunch sacks (3) and made these simple books. They used the Crop-A-Dile to punch holes..thought that was cool!!
They used a rubber band and golf pencil to bind them. They punched two holes, pulled the rubber band up through them and threaded the pencil in.They loved all the pockets, and secret places to put notes in or special photos in.
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The complete lineup:
Lissa Marie www.somanycrafts.com/