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November 20, 2008

ISC Challenge 19

This weeks challenge is to make a mini book using Vinyl Sleeves and ISC Images....After I made my book, I went back to read the challenge - it called for ISC Holiday Images, it was late an no time to re-create my book - so here's my book using some NEW ISC Images.

To begin, I adhered my Christmas of Magic DSP to my chipboard, then ran it through my Big Kick cutting it with my Top Note Die, leaving the left edge off. I stamped my image from Presence of Trees in Artichoke, as well as my sentiment from Be Thankful. "Family Memories" also from the Be Thankful plate was stamped on a punch out from the Christmas of Magic DSP. I added some Dew Drops with Glossy Accents.
The tabs on my inside pages are stamped with words from the Flair of Summer and Rustic Artsy Swirls. I used my Bind it All and 1/2" Chocolate Coils to bind my book together.

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Gerrie Johnnic said...

Luv the book, luv the trees!

Michelle Murphy said...

great book..i love the cover..it can go for christmas or least winter

Kerry D-C said...

WOW! this is awesome Lisa!!

Unknown said...

I also like this book. My daughter is working on her geneology. I may have to do something like this for her to post photos and information in.

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Basement Stamper said...

Great book Lisa! I love the colors of it.

Creative Chaos said...

Woww, this is just fantastic !!
Patti xx

Connie Fossenier said...

Wow I love the look you achieved with the lines and the stamp.
I have one started with top note die..now I better finish it.
connie paxman

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