I used the "on the Beach" stamp set, Splash striped paper, mint melody and Barely banana, and bordering blue CS. the lighthouse tag on page 1, and the beach chair pull-out tag on page 2 used resist emboss. I did not have a better blue than briiliant (ink) at the time so that was the blue I used for my prototype (this L/O) the class used brocade (ink). the three "tabs" on page 2 are also resist emboss. the main pages themselves were bordering blue stamped all over with the beach ball sun and flip-flops in cocoa, brocade blue, more mustard. The triangle corner piece on page 2 is one big pocket, with a pull out tage that has natural hemp as the handle ... the L/O utilizes hemp tied in knots on both ends of the "corner" as well as the title piece and on the "tabs". On the various photo mats and journaling squares, I have shells, buckets and crabs stamped. I listed this a s a 4 for difficulty based on the stamper's experience. When I taught this class, I learned a LOT of things... for example.
Even if someone says they are intermediate or advanced scrapper, does not mean they know how to use their own paper trimmer, or read a ruler correctly! LOL ---1/8, 1/16ths etc.
Date: Friday, December 22, 2006 GMT Views: 995