Friday, 21 March 2014

Challenge #27 at the Left Of Center Blog: - Delicious Doodles - Favourite book

This time round I have chosen to use La Rosa Muerta from Delicious Doodles, and as the theme is -Favourite Book, I chose 'Queen of the Damned' By Ann Rice as my inspiration...
I made a book card following a tutorial on Cat's Blog




To make the book, I used 280 gsm black cardstock for the pages, and a thicker onyx shine cardstock for the cover, from Anna Marie Designs. the black papers are from the papermania bexley Black collection 
and the red paper came in a mixed craft bag I got some time ago.
the frame, fleur de lis strip and medallions are Sizzix die cuts, and the medalions have vintage brads in the middle.
I used my promarkers to colour the image, and peel offs to finish the corners. the sticker on the spine was one out of a packet given to me, and the title of the book was printed on pearlescent card and then antiqued with vintage photo stain.

I hope you like it, I am more than slightly in love with it!


wanting to play at :
http://brownsugarchallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ anything goes
http://cutitupchallenges.blogspot.co.uk/ die cuts
http://digihaven.blogspot.ca/ things with wings - must use a digi
http://stampinfortheweekend.blogspot.co.uk/ Anything goes
anything goes , sister act card challenge



8 comments :

  1. Your book is just amazing Rachel! I've been dying to make one of these but they look so complicated. Fabulous project with Teri's great image. xxD

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    1. Donna it is unbelievably simple! If you type book into the search bar on the blog i linked to,cahe has an easy to follow tutorial..its one i saw when i first started crafting and thought I couldnt do as they had made the tut really complicated!

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  2. just gorgeous! wonderful inspirational piece xx

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  3. This is stunning. Gorgeous work!!

    Thanks for joining our Anything Goes challenge at Cut it Up!
    Evelyn
    http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

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  4. This is an amazing project! I am so happy you linked your beautiful art at Cut It Up!

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