Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Ready for school?

Hi all! Donna here bringing you hybrid Wednesday again :)
Jennifer will have an awesome kit coming out tomorrow ("School Days", August 19) at The DigiChick and that is what I used for my hybrid projects that I will be showing you today.

I decided to alter some school stuff to make it more fun and colorful. First project is an Altered pencil case (tin case).

First you have to measure the front cover. This will be your basis on your base document. After editing and selecting the elements and resizing to size, print and cut.













Trace the front cover of the pencil case and cut.













Adhere on the front cover.
*Slightly sand the surface before adhering the paper, it will stick better. Just my preference :)














Decorate the front cover as desired. I used alphas from In My Life kit by Jennifer Fox.












As well as the inside of the pencil case (hmmm never mind the number in the image heehee)















Notice the name tag inside the pencil case? I also made one, size is 2x4. It's flat and the other/reverse side has the surname of my niece. I just forgot to take a picture :D













You can use a string or this one below... perfect for bags, lunch boxes or even as a bookmark....
*Much better if this will be laminated so it's sturdier. Add the eyelet after lamination though.












Oh and I also altered the cover of this notepad (this is actually mine so it's just a simple "NOTES" pad)... The size of the notepad is 5x8.25in. I just used that as my document base in my editing software. Printed, cut and adhered on the notepad's front cover.


















Hope you liked my project sharing today, happy crafting! :)

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As a creative team member for several digital scrapbook designers, I have received their products for free in return for creating and posting projects (digital layouts, hybrids projects, etc). Many of the layouts you see here were done in conjunction with requirements for these creative teams. Please be advised that the products used were indeed received for free.
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