A Crafty Baby Shower Series – part 7

Welcome to the final part of my Baby Shower series!

I hope that you have enjoyed the projects that I have shared with you throughout this series and have found some inspiration for any projects of your own šŸ™‚

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For this post I wanted to share the Baby Shower Guest book with you. I made the Guest book with my Bind-it-all tool. I used chipboard covered with white textured whiteĀ card for the front and back covers. I added embellishments that coordinated with the other items we made and added the distress ink around the edges. For the pages I used a very thick smooth white cardstock – 300gsm paper weight.

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Heavy weight card was used for the pages.

Heavy weight card was used for the pages.

The main focus of the book is the trio of images in the centre. I used images from the Stampin’ Up! stamp set that we had been using throughout, which I layered onto patterned scallop circles. IĀ had inked the edges of the white layer andĀ used adhesive foam pads for dimension.

I carried onĀ the trio theme by adding three butterfly punch outs, as well as three homemade ‘card candi’, which I had punched out from the papers that we used. The domed effect was achieved by using a ball embossing tool rolled over the circles and a small adhesive foam pad underneath.

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The title was created by using silver peel off stickersĀ and the closure was the same Aqua satin ribbon adhered around from the back to the front of the Guest book. The spiral spine was decorated with a selection of the lovely ribbons which had been used on many of the other Baby Shower items we had made.

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I really hope that you have enjoyed this Party pack series. Please comment or feel free to ask any questions – I love to hear your thoughts.

Take care all and happy Crafting šŸ™‚

About JenniferRabbit

I am an avid crafter and will try any artistic medium that I can :)
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