Wednesday, July 8, 2009

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I took a class with my local scrapbooking ladies..Amy made one of these at the Great American Scrapbook Convention that came to Fort Worth last month..and she was kind enough to share it with us...I just loved it and hope my girl will too since I designed mine to go in her't take many supplies and very easy to assemble...also very usable found at PCCrafter
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1 Cookie sheet, got mine at Dollar Tree 9x13”
2 Coordinating print papers
2 Solid papers scraps that match the printed pieces
1 Small tablet, with magnet strip
1 Set of 4x6 calendar sheets
Wood Spoon
1 Sheet fun foam
Double Sided tape
Roll of Magnet
Modge Podge
Ribbons to match
Sticker Sheets

Graphics Used: From the Kitchen by Laurie Furnell

1.) Decide which printed paper will be the center and which will be the side accent. Cut the center to fit your cookie sheet, cut the sides pieces 2 ½” wide by the height of your cookie sheet. Ink edges if desired
2.) Out of scrap paper cut them to be 2x3”, ink edges if desired, apply a strip of magnet to the backs.
3.) Apply double sided tape to the background (printed) and edge pieces (printed)and apply to cookie sheet back.
4.) Print graphics you choose for magnets and tag onto sticker paper, cut out. Apply the ones you choose for the magnets to the fun foam. Seal with modge podge. Apply a strip of magnet to the backs
5.) Punch 5 holes on right side of cookie sheet evenly spacing and 1 up high on the left side for the pen holder
6.) Tie the Wooden spoon to the right side with ribbons and a pen with tag to the left side with ribbon.
7.) Place calendar page on with magnets, and add magnet embellishments. All Done.


Angie P said...

hey DeeDee -yours turned out REALLY GREAT!!!

Brenda said...

WOW how cute is this you really amaze me DeeDee!!!

Nita said...

I LOVE IT!!!!! It looks great!

Venus said...

I just LOVE this. It turned out too cute. What a fun addition to any kitchen.

Yogi said...

Very nice Blog great stuff. Thanks for the welcome too!

craftymug said...

Very nice! You did a good job putting that together.