Happy hump day! Half way through the week. Yippee! I've worked two nights on this new project. I really like how it turned out.
Cuttlebug Spot challenge. The challenge was to make a mini book. And I combined it with the challenge from JustRite stamps. Their challenge was titled "A Picture's Worth a Thousand Words." My picture was taken at sunset off Big Pine Key, Florida when we visited this spring for my father-in-law's 80th birthday. I'm going to add some additional pictures of the trip to remind him of his big day, so it's a mini-scrapbook for him.
All stamps used in the scrapbook was from JustRite Kaleidoscope stamp set. I embossed the stamp for the cover with Winter Wonderland embossing powder and the sentiment was embossed in gold. The background paper is embossed with the Swiss Dots folder. The cover was embellished with the brown 3mm self-adhesive rhinestones.
Here are the pages in the book.
Stamp set: JustRite Kaleidoscope Stamps
Ink: Versamark, Stampin' Up! So Saffron, Pumpkin Pie, Pink Passion
Embossing Powder: Gold, Winter Wonderland
Spellbinders Circle Nestabilities
Background Paper: Basic Grey Indian Summer
Embellishments: 3mm Rhinestones and Pearls
Embossing folders: Victoria and Swiss Dots
Hope you enjoyed my little gift for my father-in-law. I need to come up with something special for my in-laws 60th wedding anniversary in September. If you have any ideas please leave me a comment. I'd so appreciate it! Have a great end to your week!