Monday, June 16, 2014

Daisy the Wonder Dog | Accordion Album

Hi everyone! Long time no craft! Well, at least for me. The June Designer Challenge from Karen Burniston was jut what I needed to get me motivated. This months challenge was to use any of the Accordion Album dies and showcase at least one photo. I have a few photos of my Daisy dog I wanted to show case so it came together super fast.


Daisy the Wonder Dog by @gscrapbooks

I’m not even going to lie, I love how this turned out! I really like the contrast of the blue and white on the black. I used the Accordion Fancy Label for this project with the matching Fancy Frame Edges.

Side note: The second photo from the left looks like Daisy is peeking her head around the corner. I didn’t plan that but I am thrilled with the effect it gives.


Daisy the Wonder Dog by @gscrapbooks

I used a bit of patterned paper on the front for underneath the title. I used one of the accessory pieces that came with Accordion Fancy Label set to cut it.


Daisy the Wonder Dog by @gscrapbooks

For each of the pictures, I used the actual Accordion Fancy Label to cut them. I just lined her photo up how I wanted, sandwiched it up, and ran it through my die cutting machine. I snipped the edges away from the album and adhered her photo down onto the original black backing.


Daisy the Wonder Dog by @gscrapbooks

The bones and little paw prints are from the Critters at the Dog Park Lawn Fawn stamp set.


Daisy the Wonder Dog by @gscrapbooks

For the little circle on the right, I used some of the die cuts from the Accordion Circle album. I thought it added a nice touch.




Have you seen the Sneak Peeks for Karen’s latest products coming to stores on July 15, 2014? CHECK THEM OUT HERE. You’re going to love them.

Be sure to check out the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog on Wednesday. Karen will have a new post up showcasing everyone's Accordion Album projects. You wont want to miss it!



3 comments: said...

Love how Daisy looks peeking around the Accordion on page 2 too! So cool how that worked out.

Felicia S said...

I love that! I wish I did more in paper crafts but who am I kidding I need another hobby like a hole in the head (DIY , Crochet, and Quilting are enough LOL)

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