Used Spellbinders nestabilities to cut apertures in each side of each page. You can cut 2 at one time.
No, this is not 3 diecuts, this is one single diecut, embossed. How cool is this?
I used it on the cover and for this project, I'm doing both white and black pen work.
Tell me Quick! What was I made of?
Sugar and Spice? Everything nice?
A bit of you, and him, and her?
Wish I could still ask your advice!
Here's a close up of the oval with pen work on top.
The inside of the star when open:
And from the side:
Mom and her mom. Not for these pages, I used a green glitter pen with the white pen. There are just so many different variations you can use with the nesties. So much fun!
I left some photo mounts blank just so students can see what it would look like. These are oval frames on top of the page
Oval frames, embossed with pen work:
For these, I used the die as a stencil and just did pen work on the outside page. The inside frames are embossed only.
Even more ideas for using the white pen with the nesties:
Here I used black pen on the frames inside the ovals and then white pen on the outside flourishes:
close up of one example:
and another one:
This is a 4 hour class and it will go fast! But what fun! I did mine as a heritage book, but you could change up the colors and once again, pick almost any theme! I truly like how this one turned out and think this is going to be a totally fun class! The date and time will be posted on the SBL! site soon!