Welcome to the second Sunday Chipboard Special episode today
Welcome to another Sunday Chipboard Special! Thanks for joining me today. Today I worked out all the measurements to make an awesome Shopping List Gift for a little shopping list pad I found in my craft stash. I love making these chipboard specials.
I decided to use the beautiful Mosaic Designer Series Paper for this project which includes a lined shopping pad. I also used the Label Me Pretty Stamp Set that features in our Annual Catalogue. Isn’t this just perfect for the chipboard special shopping list project? I think so too.
I really loved how this turned out.
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This stationery set really is sturdy and the contents can be changed / refilled easily when they run out.
I hope you like today’s project.
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All products used are listed below for your perusal.
Instructions and Measurements for this chipboard special shopping list:
Chip Board Pieces
2 x 3 1/4″ x 8 1/2″ (front and back)
1 x 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ (Spine)
Outer piece should measure 9 x 9 inches (not 8 1/2″ x 9″ like I done in my video)
Inner liner should measure
Adhere chip board pieces to your Outer Cover DSP Piece
Adhere inner DSP layer
Stamp and punch out a sentiment relevant to a shopping/ receipe / kitchen theme – the Label Me Pretty was perfect.
Please refer to youtube tutorial below for exact instructions.
I used some of our lovely Mossy meadow Twine to tie around the stationery set and tied in a nice little bow. You could change this to a belly band if you wish.
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Thank you so much for visiting me today. I hope that you enjoyed this project and can take something away from today to try at home.Product List
YouTube Tutorial – Sunday Chipboard Special #2 Stationery Gift Shopping List (Stampin’ Up!)
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