by Lori Warren
Scrapbooking is a great way to craft and upcycle your memory keeping. The last memory I wanted to save is of Mother’s Day, so I decided to create this keepsake using a vintage book cover, walnut ink, and Fireworks Shimmery Sprays. It’s not your traditional scrapbook page, but is a great piece to see at home and treasure the memory!
Time: 1 hour
Start with a cover from a vintage book.
Adhere vintage book and music print as well as a vintage lace to cover.
Spray with Walnut Ink, blot and dry.
Spray with Dandelion Fireworks, blot and dry.
Repeat with Bamboo Leaves Fireworks.
Print a small photo.
Color paper flowers with Fireworks in Dandelion and Bamboo Leaves and dry.
Wrap sheer ribbon around the top of the book cover.
Adhere paper flowers to the book cover, and mounted photo.
Cover photo and spray with Sparkle, Sheer Shimmer Craft Spray.
Type up a personal sentiment.
Adhere typed sentiment to cover.
- Fireworks! Shimmery Craft Spray – Bahama Blue, Rich Cocoa, Dandelion, Bamboo Leaves
- Sheer Shimmer Spray – Sparkle
- StazOn Pigment Inkpad – Chocolate Brown
- Walnut Ink
- Ink Blusher
- Paper Clay shapes
- Vintage book print & music sheets
- Vintage book cover
- Recollections paper flowers
- Sheer ribbon
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