I thought I would show you something today, that some of you might not be aware of in the shop that is available for purchase. Adrienne has an Accucut diecutting machine and whole lot of different dies for it. She has a variety of shapes and styles for you to pick through, so I thought I'd show you some of my favourites. You can see some of them here. I decided to make a mini album, so I chose some of the rectangular dies with funky edges - tabs scallops and bracket shapes.
On the front cover I used a smaller piece with a window precut out of it. Popped a piece of transparency behind and added a rubon quote to it, tied some tulle on the rings and added a Prima flower from my stash.
I have also used the same range of paper throughout the album Prima's Pixie Glen - its just the cutest range of paper for babies and it went perfect with my theme, and theres still some in the shop!
So, meet little Indie Grace, is'nt she just the cutest :)
I wanted this album to show some different techniques as well, so Ive altered metal with paint, used texture paste on Primas gate stencil, and I also went into my stash of rubons and rubbed onto transparencies and ribbon.
These next two pages are my favourites combining texture paste and altering Tim Holtz's metal angel wings with paint. Ive also used Vintaj metal embellishments, but left these as they were - theres quite a variety of these in shop.
The best thing about these albums is that once you decide which pages you want Adrienne can then cut the patterned paper you want too, so you have a perfect fit without having to cut and sand back - saves a lot of time! You can also have square pages as well! Go check it out - I'd love to see how you go :) In the meantime, this will be in the shop on Friday for you to have a look at it.