Wednesday, 6 March 2013


For today's project I thought I would use these fabulous stamps from MARLON TEUNISSEN'S COLLECTION to create a PASSPORT cover.

The stamps are available singularly or as a plate here.

The Pilot
Steam Angel

To make this cover I used an empty Cereal box, covered both sides and then used a sewing machine to edge.  Unfortunately I didn't check the stitches before starting so the stitching isn't set on the proper tension but the effect is OK.

I then finished colouring the images and cut the die cut shapes - having another mishap - the die slipped whilst embossing but again I quite liked the effect!

To strengthen the spine I gilded and decorated with PVA glue faux pearls.  I decided not to add too many embellishments as I wanted the cover to remain quite flat.

USED:      Cereal box

Medium:   Copics, Sakura glitter pen, black gel pen, distressing ink, gilding flakes
Papers:    Kanban
Dies used:    Marianne stamp dies, Circle punch, Sizzix corners
Embellishments:  Faux pearls, Epoxy caps

Best wishes,
Challenges I'm entering this into 
CraftRoom - From me to you gift
Crazy Amigo - Women
Creative Craft - Mothers day
Loves Rubber stamps - Anything goes
Papertake Weekly - Anything goes
Use it Tuesdays - use gold - everything else in from hoarded stash
Vickie's Challenge - Anything goes
Kaboodle Doodles - Anything but a card
Craft my life - Anything but a card
Paper playtime - Anything goes
Whoopsi daisy - 2 pattern papers