Friday, November 16, 2007

How to Create a Dry-Erase Board with Transparencies & Digital Art

Hybrid Scrapbooking Instructions
by Maggie Lamarre, Creative Team Member

Transparencies are the hottest things right now. I love this medium because it is so versatile.

I created this notepad for my mom she is forever saying she can’t find a pad when she needs to jot info down. The transparency will be use like a dry erase board.

Fleur de Lis from the kit club
Ribbons Offray and bowtique
Glitter alpha meandmybigideas
Stickers I created
Stazon stamp pad

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Let’s begin

  • Cut the transparency 7"x 9"
  • Cut cardstock and chipboard 9"x 11"
  • Cut paper 9"x 9"
  • Cut another piece of cardstock 9"x 2"
  • Adhere the cardstock to the chipboard, then the transparency to the paper, edge with Stazon Ink and let dry.
  • Add the cardstock 9"x 2" to the bottom, then cut 2 pieces of ribbon 24 inches and wrap around the notepad to cover the seams.
  • Print Notes from a thick font adhere the sticker cut and leave 1/8 of an inch around and ink with stazon.
  • I use a dry erase board from the $ store and take the pen and cut a strip of 2 inches by 15 and roll it around the pen, use liquid glue to seal the edges.
  • Then I added Velcro to the pen and the notepad.
Voila you are done, a great way to use to transparency
Have fun, Create your ART

1 comment:

Cathy said...

Thank you so much for leaving me a comment on my blog. Being new at digi/hybrid scrapbooking, I've bookmarked you!